A morocco trip is undoubtedly one of the most sought after itinerary that you can find almost any travel enthusiasts list. Morocco is also a voyage into a timeless, serene world of magnificent coastal villages, colourfully painted towns that hang to hillsides & isolated outposts sheltered by fairytale adobe citadels. It's no surprise that Morocco has been visited by writers and artists for decades and persists to allure all who visit. If you are getting ready for your Morocco private holidays, below mentioned are a few places to explore.
The lively & pulsating buzz of Marrakesh Medina entices a great number of tourists. The old metropolis is entered from the massive plaza of Djemma el-fna Square where it looks half of the town congregates all through the day and into the sundown to hang out with the traditional musicians, stall vendors, random acrobats and snake charmers. Once you enter the Medina, you get into a world of maze-like boulevards & shopkeeper hustle. It is an experience filled with colourful & noisy local-life and shouldn't be missed during your private tours to Morocco.
Hassan II Mosque:
Hassan II Mosque is a luxury sign not just of the town, but also of Morocco itself. This modern mosque (finished in 1993) doesn't do things by halves. The decoration detail covering every centimetre of the mammoth 2 ha site took 10,000 artisans to complete. Intricately carved marble pieces, vibrant mosaics and zellige tile details pay tribute to traditional Islamic architecture, and yet still manage to feel contemporary.
Fes el Bali:
Alongside Marrakesh, Fes is another important cultural destination of Morocco. Fes el Bali is a genuine tangle of place where it is nearly unfeasible to not to get lost. You must ask your tour operator to add this place in your Morocco tours.
The most European of all Morocco's cities, Tangier feature an interesting & slightly depraved part in twentieth century literary history, and this part is what allures a great number of travellers here. This is the town that encouraged popular works like Paul Bowles' “The Sheltering Sky” and William Burroughs' “Naked Lunch”.
Morocco's #1 Roman relic is a feast for history aficionados with a grab of exceptional mosaics still buried where they were uncovered. This location is also full of stumbled pillars & temple relics, standing as reminders that even the greatest realms eventually fall down. The hilltop site enables the relics to lord over the neighbouring countryside, adding to the passionate environment of lost pride. This sightseeing attraction can be visited easily as a day trip from either Fes or Meknes.