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NORTH MOROCCO

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NORTH MOROCCO TRIP REPORT

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NORTH MOROCCO TRAVEL INFO

Morocco travel itinerary map Why? Morocco is a country rich of natural and cultural attractions. The dry climate is another good reason to visit Morocco. Of course, the inexperienced traveler should be aware that this is an Arab country facing some economic problems (but everybody does, nowadays!).
When? Morocco boasts beaches, snow-capped mountains and deserts. In most of the country the heat is the worst enemy during the summer months, while the rest of the year is excellent for an active exploration of the country. In winter it might be rainy sometimes, and even cold, especially if you visit the coast and the mountains.
How? Morocco can be conveniently toured by car. With your own wheels you will be able to drive through extraordinary landscapes and to stop here and there to admire the view or to have a walk. Traffic is a pain, but only in the cities (try to honk once every two to three seconds), while all roads may feature sudden holes... but it’s all worth to enjoy your freedom.
How much? Flights from Europe to Morocco (Marrakesh or Fez) are very cheap thanks to low cost airlines (you might find a round-trip flight for 50-100 euros). The cost of life is low: you can have a decent dinner for 5 euros, a good one for 10.
To have an idea of the prices of the hotels, click here to compare the best offers.

Where? In the northern part of Morocco there are the beautiful cities of Fez, Rabat and Meknes. The village of Sefrou and the surrounding rural areas are quite picturesque. Moreover, antique mosques and Roman ruins will make even tired dromedaries love history and culture, at least for a few moments.
Other destinations? First of all check out this other travel itinerary in Morocco.
Plus, surfers and sun-tanners might appreciate all the Moroccan coast from Essaouira to Agadir. There are other historic cities such as Casablanca or Tangier. The northern part of Morocco has a Mediterranean flair, while the Atlas Mountains feature spectacular landscapes.
PHOTOS!
Meknes
Meknes. The old capital of Morocco is rich of monuments and quieter than the other imperial cities
Fez
Fez. Do you really mean that there is room for some roads between all those packed houses? Yes, there is, but they are just narrow alleys.
Fez
Fez
Fez
Mosque, Fez
Moroccan sunset
Sunset in Morocco
Volubilis
Volubilis. This antique Roman ruins are well preserved and really surprising.
Moulay Idriss
Moulay Idriss. A sacred town for muslims perched on the top of a hill.
Moulay Idriss
Moulay Idriss
Rabat
Rabat. The capital of Morocco, on the Atlantic, is quite modern, but there are some beautiful monuments.
Rabat souq
Rabat souq
Rabat
Rabat
Rabat
Rabat
Sale
Sale. Just opposite Rabat, there is Sale, which is, on the contrary, a very traditional town.
Morocco beach sunset
Moroccan beach, north of Rabat
Sefrou
Sefrou is a small town in the nature. It's rare to see snow and cactuses at the same time.
Sefrou
Sefrou
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