Bordering the Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Mediterranean Sea to the north, Morocco is a country that evokes the charm of the East and one of the main tourist destinations in all of Africa. Discover the best destinations to see in Morocco.
With its UNESCO World Heritage medinas, colorful qasbahs and fragrant souks, luxurious palaces and countless mosques decorated with mosaics, Morocco is a famous destination forincredible beauty of its architectural heritage.
La diversity of its landscapes, which alternate immense deserts, green oases, fertile valleys, superb beaches of fine sand or wild mountains, satisfies all lovers of nature and open spaces.
In much of the country, the legacy of colonial occupation is still felt in many aspects of daily life and it is the French culture that has had the most lasting effect on Moroccan culture, Europeanizing the cities and imposing its language, which is spoken today by all educated Moroccans (after Moroccan Arabic or one of the three local Berber languages).
This mixture of the exotic and the familiar, the diversity of the landscapes, the contrasts between Ville Nouvelle and the ancient Medina, make visiting Morocco an intense and rewarding experience.
Since it is not possible to see everything on the first or even the second trip, we have selected the places not to be missed when traveling to Morocco so as to give you a taste of the country's highlights.
Cities to see in Morocco
No trip to Morocco is complete without visiting the city at the center of Morocco's tourism. Marrakech contains the modern soul of Morocco, the most interesting sites and museums in the country and the liveliest of all the Medinas ...
Visit the city starting with the square Jemaa El Fna, then the Medina, the largest in the Maghreb, with its colorful souks that contrast well with the calm of the riads. Take the time to discover all the places rich in architecture and history: the Bahia PalaceMadrasa di Ben-Youssef, the minaret of the Koutoubia, El-Badi Palace and finally the Marrakesh Museum and Majorelle Garden.
Marrakech is located at the foot of the High Atlas mountain range, which allows the practice of sports such as: hiking (for example in the Ourika or Imilchil valley) and skiing (in Oukaïmeden in winter).