You are on vacation, dammit, and want to try something different. Check out Paris? Ogle Bangkok? No thanks. Because you are tired of listening to the silly stories of your neighbors about their visit to Tour Eiffel, you have to try something unique.
Visiting Morocco is like dining with a quick-to-cook, simple, cheap, and delicious Spaghetti dish. Instead of a traditional, expensive, and average Pizza.
It is always a good time to visit Morocco, but this year is a special one. Morocco is hosting hundreds of festivals and cultural events in 2016. There are events all year round; the biggest was Magazine 2016.
Here are the top 6 unique cities in Morocco that look especially pleasing for international tourists in 2017.
Alhoceima is the second-safest and the most charming city in Morocco. The most of the natives have never heard about some beaches in their city. Because of the huge number of the beaches in Alhoceima.The beaches are diverse, clean, and safe. Sfiha, Cala Iris, and Quemado are the best ones. Swimming at those beaches is absolutely a must-experience adventure.
Native youth love to talk to foreigners, especially English and Asian youth. Then be ready to start some short conversations and have some great moments with them.
I cannot wait for you to join me this summer at Quemado!
It is well-known for its old architecture, ancient monuments, and traditional buildings. The University of Al Quaraouiyine, the first university in the history, was built in Fès. Where the scientific capital is attracting many of foreign Arabic language students. Fèsis a good choice if you are willing to explore the Moroccan culture and history.
Beyond the other cities, Fès does not overlook the sea; therefore, if you are obsessed with beaches, as I do. Then Fès is not a good fit for you.
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Ifrane is the coldest city in Africa. Every year, skiers from all around the world come to visit and participate in skating activities in Ifrane.
Beyond skating, photographing the clean Ifrane forest, the iconic Lion in the Green Garden Mohamed V, or visiting the campus of the best university in Morocco, Al-Akhawaynmight is unforgettable experiences for you.
Because of ofIfrane’s snowy weather and its European buildings, the tourists usually call it “The Switzerland of Morocco.”
The host families are so welcoming; they will answer all your questions about the Moroccan culture and give you a clear vision about the life in Morocco. The staff in the hotels are mostly qualified and bilingual, booking a hotel room will be a good choice.
Marrakesh is the cultural capital of Morocco. In Jemaa el-Fna, you can figure out several worldwide cultures. A mix of the Berber, Arabic, French and Spanish cultures is strongly present in the downtown. As well as tourists who come from dozens of countries to visit the Souk, Jardin Majorelle, and participate in Private tours in the Sahara.
Every year, the red city hosts many events and festivals. Marrakesh will be the best destination for you if you are more of an “only meet foreigners” guy.
The hosts and the hotels’ staffs in Marrakesh are well-experienced, and they know very well how to host and guide you. There are many reviews of these hotels and hosts, try to read some of them for you to choose the right place.
Every year, thousands of Asian, European, and American tourists visit Chefchaouen. Especially because of its blue streets and kind people. They truly experience wonderful moments when they visit the city.While the previous travelers highly recommend visiting Chefchaouen, experiencing Morocco Trek Safaris, Chefchaouen Day Trips, and visiting Chefchaouen Old City would be fabulous for every traveler like you.
Hosts are available everywhere around the blue city. And they are always speaking at least one foreign language fluently (Mostly Spanish, French, or English.) Exchanging languages is a hobby for all Chefchaouenians.
Rabat, the political capital, is one of the most active cities in Morocco. JardinZoologique National de Rabat, Chellah, and Bab Alhad are some of the greatest places to visit. Like Fès, there are many museums and old buildings in Rabat. Visiting Kasbah of the Udayas and exploring some parts of the long Moroccan history would be great.
The capital overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, where tens of thousands of people gather in the beaches, to swim and relax.
If you are planning to spend a few days in Morocco. Collect enough information about the safety, available host families/hotels, and the best places to visit in each city. As much as you search for these things, your trip is going to be more remembered. Cannot wait to read your reviews!