A UNESCO World Heritage site made famous by Hollywood…
Category Archives: Morocco
Take a trip through some of the country’s most historic and breath-taking cities.
Your camera roll will be full by the time you leave this city!
Snake charmers, storytellers and crowds of tourists; the legendary Jamaa El Fna square of Morocco’s Marrakesh is almost as famous for the number of visitors as its colorful performers. But with tough government restrictions imposed to stem the spread of the novel coronavirus, the tourism industry on which Marrakesh depends screeched to a halt.
Interreligious Dialogue in Morocco: Peaceful Co-existence between Divine Religions; Hind Al-Subai Al-Idrisi; Qantara.de
Before the founding of the state of Israel in 1948, about a quarter of a million Jews lived in Morocco. In the 1950s and 1960s, many emigrated to the new Jewish state, leaving a diminished Jewish community behind. Hind Al-Subai Al-Idrisi takes a closer look at interreligious dialogue in Morocco, a predominantly Muslim country that is now ruled by a moderate Islamist party
Planning to explore Fez? To know more about this hidden gem of Morocco, Melo Villareal has compiled only the most fascinating things you can do while at Fez.
Morocco Handicraft Arts: Carpets, Leather, Pottery & More; Manal Khan; National Geographic Expeditions
In the winding alleyways of Fez, one of Morocco’s four historic capitals, artisans have been creating gorgeous handmade wares for hundreds of years.
STARING out at the pounding Atlantic waves, Lucy Domachowski never thought she’d get in, let alone close to surfing, standing up on a board. The breakers pulsed toward her as she patted her feet in the shallows while trying to stay upright in the unrelenting wind.
Mystical and enchanting, Morocco is the perfect choice for a new adventure.
Millions worldwide may have seen the desert fortress in the hit fantasy series “Game of Thrones”, but fewer know they can visit the Moroccan village of Ait-Ben-Haddou.
Just three hours from Marrakech, you’ll find a stunning and laidback coastal alternative.
Essaouira city guide: Where to eat, drink, shop and stay on Morocco’s Atlantic coast; Cathy Adams; Independent
Essaouira city guide: Where to eat, drink, shop and stay on Morocco’s Atlantic coast…
With A Round Trip That Costs Less Than iPhone 11, Marrakech Should Be Your Next Global Destination; Srishti Magan; Scoop Whoop
You could be a tourist or traveler, Marrakech has something for everyone.
Prestige’s journey through Morocco took them from the souks of Marrakech to the High Atlas Mountains, and to the desert landscapes of Skoura.
The Atlas Mountains are vast and full of natural wonders. In this guide, World Travel Guide explores the Atlas Mountains, what you can expect, what to pack, when to go and key sights in Anti-Atlas, High Atlas and Middle Atlas sub-ranges.
The Portuguese city of Magazan, located in…
MOGA festival, now in its third year, benefits from Essaouria’s illustrious past; a music and arts festival, it blends Moroccan, Maghrebian and African national scenes with a swathe of international DJs.
The City’s ancient medina, a UNESCO world heritage site, has a budget of MAD 73 Million, covering 17 different monuments.