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Morocco


Morocco is a colorful kingdom that invites you to immerse yourself in Berber-Arab culture and see beautiful, varied landscapes. This North African region attracts many visitors yearly thanks to its emblematic cities. The most famous of these is the red city, Marrakech. This town owes fame to its beautiful gardens, mosques, and sumptuous palaces. It

Morocco

Things to do and see - Morocco

Explore the vibrant and bustling medina of Marrakesh
Marrakesh
 
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Visit a vibrant city with a rich colonial past and a modern character
Casablanca
 
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Witness one of Morocco's best-preserved Roman ruins
Volubilis
 
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Walk along a long sandy beach and try kitesurfing
Essaouira
 
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Tour a fascinating archaeological cave and cavern complex
Hercules Caves
 
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Experience European and African influences in a coastal city
Tangier
 
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Take a boat tour to see the highest waterfall in Morocco
Ouzoud Falls
 
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Venture to a charming village with Moroccan earthen clay architecture
Ait Benhaddou
 
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Wander through the blue-washed buildings of its old town
Chefchaouen
 
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Take a camel trek through a desert and landscapes of dunes
Sahara Desert
 
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Savour the cultural heritage of this imperial city
Meknes
 
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Events - Morocco

July
Throne Day
Throne Day, also known as the accession of King Mohammed VI to the throne of Morocco, is a significant national holiday celebrated annually on July 30th. It commemorates the day when King Mohammed VI assumed the throne in 1999 following the death of his father, King Hassan II, and highlights the unity, stability, and progress of the Moroccan monarchy. The occasion is marked by various festivities, including parades, cultural events, and official ceremonies held throughout the country.
Morocco


November
Independence Day
Independence Day Morocco is a significant national celebration that marks the country's freedom and sovereignty. It is a day of pride and joy for the Moroccan people, reflecting on their journey towards independence and commemorating their cultural heritage and unity. The day is celebrated with various festivities, parades, and cultural events, highlighting the nation's rich history and progress as an independent nation.
Morocco



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