Morocco

8 Places to visit in Fez

places to visit in fes

When you come near one of the tanneries in Fez, there is no way you can miss it. Sellers of leather goods are jumping on you to welcome you on their roofs. There you’ll have a beautiful view of the colored baths in which the leather hides are softened or dyed into a new color. Of the two tanneries I visited, I …

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6 Things to do in Meknes, Morocco

What to do in Meknes?

Next to the main square of Mèknes, you’ll find a huge building with several restaurants and market stalls in front of it. Don’t be put off by all these pushy sellers and just make your way to the beautiful interior of the Souk of Meknes. Inside the building you’ll find a gorgeous color palette, an impressive mix of scents and perfumes and a …

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7 best things to see in Rabat

The best sights in Rabat, Morocco

Chellah isn’t located very close to all other sights in Rabat, but that doesn’t make it less impressive. A lot of rulers and nations seemed to be interested in this beautiful place, but still that couldn’t guarantee its survival. In the fourteenth century, the then owner built high walls around this deserted village and a necropolis was placed over the ancient Roman settlements. …

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Morocco itinerary: 16 day from city to desert

Travel route Morocco itinerary

It’s possible to stay in Morocco for months and still not see everything, but with juste a little over two weeks you’ll probably have enough time to see the country’s most stunning highlights! You can easily set this itinerary for Morocco to your own hand. Prices of flights to Morocco change quickly, so definitely try changing around a few destinations …

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2 days in Rabat

Rabat

Aromatic spices and dried herbs cover the rancid smell of carcasses from cows and sheep. Everyone seems to search non-stop for the best bargains, while sellers announce their offers incessantly. All of this hustle and bustle takes places under a scorching hot sun. Fortunately, the narrow streets provide a lot of shade and cooling. Before we enter the mysterious medina, we visit the Mausoleum …

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Salé, Morocco

Salé - Morocco.

In and out of the airport everything goes very smoothly and for just a little over 50 dirhams (about five euros) it takes us fifteen minutes to head to Salé. Very close to Rabat lies this small, walled city. Much quieter and an attraction in itself! Because the streets are so narrow, there is no traffic here -except for scooters, because …

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