Protected UNESCO World Heritage site surrounded by 13th-century city walls and the seat of the Moroccan government until 1925, the old Fes Medina (Fez el-Bali) is home to one of the biggest mosques on the continent, endless palaces, madrasas, souks and tanneries and is best explored by foot. Some of
Located to the north of the foothills of the African Atlas Mountains, Marrakech is the fourth largest city of Kingdom of Morocco. It is often referred to as a city that can be overwhelming to your senses with its various scents, sights, and colors mixing together leaving visitors in a state
The best way to explore a country is by visiting as many cities as possible. Each city has its own unique look and feel. By visiting a handful of cities across Morocco you get a good feel of all the country has to offer. We have selected our favorites cities in Morocco
Essaouira is a port city located 2.5 hours away from Marrakech, Morocco. It is the perfect day trip as a colorful small city with an unique vibe. On the way to Essaouira from Marrakech you can spot the famous goats who stand on tree. If you have not seen pictures
Have you ever felt like you are entering a new world? Stepping through the doors of the Riad Star we became a prince and princess in a Moroccan fairytale. The former residence of vaudeville star Josephine Baker is now an intimate oasis in the busy Marrakech medina.
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One of the best experiences we had visiting Morocco was staying in different riads across the country. A riad is a traditional moroccan style house with an interior courtyard garden with a fountain or pool. Riads are basically beautiful homes that have been converted into boutique hotels, with only a
The Blue Pearl. You might not recognize the name of Chefchaouen, but the images of this iconic Moroccan town are unmistakable. Chefchaouen, Chaouen for short, is nestled among the Rif mountains in northern Morocco.
The city became well known for its brightly painted blue buildings of the old Medina. The traditional blue painting dates back to the
When visiting Morocco you must experience the Sahara desert. We stayed at the Desert Luxury Camp in the heart of Erg Chebbi for a full day and one night. Erg Chebbi is one of the two spots in Morocco known for its flowing orange sand dunes. To say the least it