Where Should You Go in Morocco
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Where Morocco Is Located
Morocco is in the north-west corner of the African continent, overlooking the Atlantic coast in the west, and the white shores of the Mediterranean Sea to the north, interspersed with a series of Middle Atlas Mountains, the Mediterranean Atlas, the great Atlas, and the little Atlas in the south. The length of the coasts of Morocco and the extension of its mountain ranges gave it with a unique natural environment. Its climate is moderate, and its rains heavy in winter.
The most important places and cities for travelers
Morocco includes many cities and places that are distinctive tourist destinations for many visitors, as these places contain important tourist attractions that attract tourists and foreigners to them, and among these:
The city of Marrakesh is one of the important tourist cities in the Morocco, and the visitor can reach it by train from Casa-Voyageurs, and enjoy the landscapes along this road, where high-end hotels, public parks, and natural parks spread throughout the city, and the most important tourist areas in the city:
Majorel Park, surrounded by tourist destinations of a great beauty, it is organized in a way that a visitor to the region cannot go without visiting.
The ancient Mosque of Jamaa El-Fna with its large square, regularly holds popular events, surrounded by cafes, restaurants, and popular gatherings.
The Kutubiya Mosque, this mosque is in the center of the city and it is famous for selling old books.
The Eureka Mountains which are covered with forests and wild plants.
Ali Bin Al Falah Palace,this palace presents activities from the ancient folklore of Morocco.
The city of Oukaimeden, this city is characterized by the ice skating rinks.
Jinan Al-Saffron Park, Nakheel Village, Eureka Falls, Eureka Valley, and the Si Said Museum.
Agadir is a coastal city, and the visitor can reach it after completing his tourism program in Marrakesh and head to Agadir, and go to the restrooms spread along the road, and eat chicken tagine that is famous in the regions of the Maghreb. Among the most important tourist places in Agadir: the Berber museum, rest houses, cafes, and restaurants built on the seashore.
The Sahara Desert
The Sahara Desert is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Morocco, and it can be reached through the eastern town of Merzouga, and the Sahara Desert is home to the distinctive Erg Chebbi sand dunes, and tourists can book a safari, or take a tour via four-wheel-drive cars to spend time there or in one of the Bedouin villages, in addition to being able to enjoy the sunset and sunrise.
The city of Casablanca is the commercial capital of the Morocco, and one of the main tourist cities in Morocco, and there are many high-end hotels, and many tourist areas that the visitor can spend days in, such as Ain Diab Corniche, ANFA Place, and Marrakesh Gate, Habous, and Bouznika Center which is located between Marrakesh and Casablanca. Barbecue restaurants especially seafood are most famous in the region.
The city of Rabat is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean near the mouth of the Bou Regreg River. It is a city surrounded by walls, and you can find a lot of hotels, parks, restaurants spread around the city. Its most important tourist attractions are Bab Al-Ahad Square, and the Hassan Archaeological Mosque, which is considered one of the oldest monuments in Morocco, and this mosque is next to a park overlooking the Bou Regraq River, and the Agdal area which is famous for its Moroccan baths, and there are many beautiful marine beaches such as Harhura Beach and Kenitra. Besides the Oudaya castle.
The historic city of Volubilis (باللعربية: وليلي) is surrounded by mountainous terrain, and one of the most famous natural sites that attract lovers of archeology and history, as it is possible to visit the city of Volubilis and explore the site full of colorful mosaics, and ancient Roman temples, and the city is commonly considered as the ancient capital of the kingdom of Mauretania.
In Chefchaouen, there are many houses that are painted with white and sky blue color that distinguish this city from others. The Andalusians and Jews built the city. The beauty of these homes throughout the ages and to this day plays a role in attracting many visitors who frequently visit its main square and its cafes. And what increases this attraction is the availability of more than two hundred tourist hotels because of the influx of European tourists specifically.
The Casbah: It is the place that Ali bin Rashid took as his military headquarter, it is distinguished by its Andalusian construction. The city is surrounded by a wall comprising ten towers, and inside it is a large garden and an ethnographic museum.
Wataa Al-Hammam Square: It is a public square located inside the old city and is considered an attractive area for tourists. Given that it can be accessed from various roads; As this square was initially designed to open a weekly market in it, but it has changed at the present time, and it contains many cafes and restaurants, and it also contains a wonderful water fountain, and a Great Mosque.