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If you were given the opportunity to go to travel, where do you want to go?

If the opportunity to travel is given to me, I want to go to Morocco.  Beautiful sea and rich culture, a place where old and new exchanges….

 

moroco3moroco4 Morocco is officially the Kingdom of Morocco, is a country in the Maghreb region of North Africa. Geographically, Morocco is characterized by a rugged mountainous interior and large portions of desert. It is one of only three countries  The area of present-day Morocco has been inhabited since Paleolithic times, sometime between 190,000 and 90,000 BC.  During the Upper Paleolithic, the Maghreb was more fertile than it is today, resembling a savanna more than today’s arid landscape. 22,000 years ago, the Aterian was succeeded by the Iberomaurusian culture, which shared similarities with Iberian cultures. Skeletal similarities have been suggested between the Iberomaurusian “Mechta-Afalou” burials and European Cro-Magnon remains. The Iberomaurusian was succeeded by the Beaker culture in Morocco.

 

Marrakech

The Jemma el Fna & Koutoubia, Marrakesh, Morocco - Robert Harding/Photodisc/Getty Images
Robert Harding/Photodisc/Getty Images

Situated at the foot of the Atlas mountains, the imperial city of Marrakech is large, noisy, polluted and smelly. But Marrakech is also fascinating, full of history, the cultural center of Morocco and beautiful. If you enjoy a daily assault on all your senses then you’ll have a lot of fun. When the most popular sights include numerous references to “tranquility” and “peace” like the Majorelle gardens or the gardens around the Saadian Tombs you know you’re in for an interesting experience.

Fes (Fez)

Kairaouine minaret & Medina at Dusk, Fes - Douglas Pearson/The Image Bank/Getty Images
Douglas Pearson/The Image Bank/Getty Images

 

Fes (Fez) is Morocco’s oldest Imperial city and its “old town” is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Medina (old town) is calledFes el-Bali and behind its high walls is a magical, medieval city just teeming with life in every one of its 9000 narrow streets. Fes is the cultural and spiritual capital of Morocco and you’ll certainly experience its vibrancy.

The new part of Fes, called ville nouvelle, was built by the French and is totally different from the medina. The wide boulevards are lined with modern shops and traffic is hectic.

Essaouira

Morocco, Essaouira, people on shopping street in Medina - Maremagnum/Photographer's Choice/Getty Images
Maremagnum/Photographer’s Choice/Getty Images

 

This Essaouira travel guide highlights how to get to Essaouira, where to stay, best time to visit, and what to see.

Essaouira is a laid back coastal town that offers travelers a nice break from the hubbub of Marrakechwhich is just a few hours away. Visitors to Essaouira are attracted to its beaches, fresh seafood and medina.

Essaouira’s biggest attraction may be its relaxing atmosphere. It’s not a big town, and being a beach place it has a holiday feel about it. Essaouira is very much a working port and a fishing town.

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3 Comments

  1. Angela Lee says:

    Wow~ I hope to go Marrakech.

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  2. lugia says:

    Good

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  3. Black natally says:

    I love peace

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