Top Tourist Attractions in Morocco

Morocco offers a captivating experience full of wonders. From Snake charmers to souks piled with hordes of treasure, you can expect to be amazed at every step of your journey. It engulfs a serene desert on one side and the Atlas Mountains on the other, providing the most stunning and eye-catching landscapes. 

The country has a  vast number of coastal villages and hillside towns loved by nature enthusiasts. It is a place where the African and Arab worlds merge creating a vibrant and age-old culture. This is why Morocco has been a center of attraction for artists and it continues to be. 

Here are some of the top tourist attractions in this fascinating country.

  • Hassan II Mosque 

This mosque represents the peak of traditional Islamic architecture and also the Moroccan craftsmanship. This landmark in Casablanca is spread over two-hectare and every inch of it is decorated to perfection. The construction of this building was completed in 1993 and yet, for some reason, it still manages to look contemporary in every way. 

  • Marrakesh Medina 

This vibrant city full of colorful local life and it is the face of Morocco for tourists visiting the country. It is an old city providing an amazing amalgamation of modern and traditional lifestyles. Once you enter the city, you’ll find countless alleyways full of stalls and vendors. Artists, acrobats, and snake charmers create an enjoyable environment that is unforgettable. 

  • Oudaias Kasbah 

This is one of the many beautiful towns in Morocco. What separates it from all the rest is that it is amazingly picturesque.  This peaceful village is right at the core of the citymaking it easily accessible as well. It is full of while and blue lanes of houses with beautiful flowerpots make you lose the sense of time. 

  • Tangier 

Tangier is a historical city with a touch of European culture. It has its significant role in literary history, mainly from the 20th century, making it an attraction for tourists from around the world. This city inspired some famous works such as Naked Lunch. It tells long tales of days gone by and is a must-visit place if you are traveling to Morocco.

  • Fes el Bali 

This is another historical city known as a famous cultural destination. It is easy to get lost in this muddle of a place. The alleyways are decorated with chipped plasterwork and old doors making the visitors stop at every corner to click some photos. 

  • Riad Authentic Palace & Spa

Situated close to Royal Palace, this is one of the best luxury boutique hotels in Morocco. It provides all the necessary amenities with 24 hours hotel service. Its amazing infrastructure makes it one of the best places to stay for tourists traveling to Fes, Morocco.

  • Dar Seffarine 

This amazing hotel is actually an ancient old house dating back 600 years, restored to its glory making it no less than other luxury boutique hotels in Morocco. It is an example of Fes’s architectural excellence. 

  • Chefchaouen  

This prepossessing city is located in the midst of the gorgeous Rif Mountains. It is a wonderful pace filled with blue buildings and vibrant architecture and is peaceful enough to just get lost in the alleyways and unwind. It is also one of Morocco’s hiking destinations and the starting point of the Rif Mountains. 

  • Volubilis  

This place is a center of attraction for history lovers visiting Morocco. Some of the most remarkable mosaics, temple remnants, and remains of ancient cultures still stand, telling the tale of empires that eventually crumbled. In addition to ancient ruins, this city has some amazing views as well adding to that ambiance of long-lost glory.

  • Ait Ben Haddou  

This fairytale fortress is a top destination for filmmakers due to its unmatched beauty. The golden-stoned adobe is set amidst scenic mountains adding that wow factor to its amazing architecture. You can spend a night there as well to experience tranquillity but be aware that there is no electricity inside the fortress. 

  • Bab al-Mansour  

This huge gate right at the entrance of Menkes’ Imperial City showcases stunning decoration speaking volumes about the glory of days long gone when Meknes’ was Morocco’s capital. It is considered the best-preserved historical gateway of Morocco. Visit during the daytime to take some amazing shots in the soft sun.

  • Royal Mansour Marrakech

This luxury boutique hotel represents the city’s traditional roots and architectural mastery. It combines the contemporary style and traditional architecture providing an amazing experience to its guests. It is a unique concept where luxurious riads have replaced suites taking guests back to the old days of glory.

  • Dades Valley  (h4)

This is a paradise for trekkers and nature enthusiasts. A journey through Dades valley is full of picturesque landscapes with Atlas peaks at the backdrop. Visitors have a chance to spot some rare birds, experience views of lush green fields, and amazing orange gorge cliffs. 

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