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Morocco’s Top-Rated Tourists Spots

Morocco is part of the continent of Africa. It has neighboring countries of Algeria, Spain, and Western Sahara. The country is known for its Islamic culture but we must not limit our awareness for this amazing nation. Together with its mountain ranges and desserts, this country has a lot more to offer that would make the visit a worthwhile experience.

 

Casablanca’s Hassan II Mosque

Hassan II Mosque

Hassan II Mosque. Source: Pexels

 

Hassan II Mosque is a landmark that portraits one of the important symbols of Morocco. It is located in Casablanca and was completed in 1993. It features carved marble pieces, mosaics, and detailed tiles that establish its Islamic culture and architecture.

 

Tangier

Tangier

Tangier. Source: Flickr

 

The city of Tangier is one of the tourist spots of the country. It is considered to have the most European vibe among all of the country’s cities. There are more than a million people living in this city. Also, there are famous artists who featured Tangier in their works. These artists include Paul Bowles with his work entitled The Sheltering Sky and William Boroughs with his work entitled Naked Lunch.

 

Marrakesh

Marrakesh

Marrakesh. Source: Flickr

The busiest city of the country, Marrakesh is flooded with various street shops, restaurants, and souvenir shops where tourists can explore. It also has traditional dance rituals and art exhibits that depict the culture of Morocco. This landmark is a must-see place as it has famous destinations that can add up to the amazing and fun experience. These include Jemaa el-Fnaa, Medrassa Ben Youssef, Saadian Tombs, Majorelle Gardens, and Koutoubia Mosque. All of these destinations would leave tourists in awe as it features a variety of Moroccan arts, architecture, history, and treasures.

 

Fes el Bali

Fes el Bali

Fes el Bali.Source: Flickr

 

Fes el Bali is the centre of commerce and the textile industry of Morocco. It plays an important part in the country’s economy. Unlike its other sister, Marrakesh, this place has not been well-explored by the tourists. With its various exotic street paths, ornamented courtyards, adobe homes, architectural buildings, and spectacular medinas, tourists can get lost easily as it only offers picturesque views but also has a maze-like environment.

 

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