MOROCCO


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There is no more magical Moroccan city than Marrakech. No other place can compete with its voluptuous red and sophisticated atmosphere. But how you can make your trip to the imperial city remarkable and unforgettable? This Marrakech for women article will give you ideas for original and women-friendly activities to help you enjoy the city in its full potential…

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Morocco is popular destination for few reasons one of them being its unique sceneries and authentic culture. In such touristy environment, the unusual, less popular places become especially attractive.

moroccan riads

For me, the riads are one of the best reasons person should visit Morocco. It is one experience you will find nowhere else. And hopefully for us, the travelers, many of these traditional houses are turned to guest houses…

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My heart stayed in Marrakech. My wish is one day to go back and to embrace again its imperial glory and oriental colors and aromas for at least one week. Because one-two days are not enough to dive deep and feel the real Marrakech – the city of kings and French movies stars…

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I doubt that there is a woman who doesn’t dream of visiting Morocco…

Marrakesh is one of the places in Morocco for the visit of which the time is never enough because the city has many faces and stories to tell…

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After a day spent in the desert, on the next one we were on the road to Ouarzazate. The route crosses the city of Tinehrir which looks completely uninteresting at first glance. However! On top of the hill we saw building with view to the entire valley – red dust, green palms (also covered with dust) and red cubes of clay houses. So we’ve decided to check the place.

In Marrakech as a woman

The city of Marrakesh has many faces.But if you want to see the real life of Marrakesh you should visit its beating heart – the Medina. As in every country, to know its culture you have to see how the simple people live. In the Medina you can observe their daily life, work, bargaining, selling the production of their own hands.

Riad Zayane

Riad Zayane was our home in the city where life boils tirelessly and that surprises with its different faces of world luxury, French chic, Moroccan style and Arabic familial traditions…

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This is the recipe for traditional Moroccan mint tea that you can do at home. Its taste and aroma will bring you in Morocco and you will imagine yourselves…

Kasbah Tizimi hotel

Why do people visit Morocco? One of the main reasons is to see the desert and to feel its enchantment. Sahara Desert brings a special charm and sadness which many of us can not resist. In this respect when visiting Morocco, whether self-organized or organized trip you will most likely visit Merzouga…

In this beautiful evening of June, I remember the wonderful 11 days in Morocco spent among the people of the desert, sand dunes, delicious food and fascinating interior of Moroccan houses. I go back to the land of olives, argan oil, the best farmers I’ve ever seen, and most of all, in the land of peace appealing in Arabic way…

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  During our trip to Morocco, we have stayed in several hotels and guest houses and one of them was Kasbah Zitoune in Ouarzazate. In this way, we had the chance to experience the Moroccan hospitality. I hope that this hotel review, as well as others that I will write in the future, will, Read More

Exploring Morocco with a car is undoubtedly the best way to see the country. This our experience of renting and using rent-a-car service for 10 days.

Casablanca

Everything in Morocco is happening slowly. As Moroccans say, let’s do the things in Moroccan way, i.e. – slowly and quietly, without hurry. Thus, for the first time in my life, we missed our flight (from Casablanca to Madrid) and we had to buy another tickets for a later flight…

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To spend a day in the Sahara Desert is one of the most unforgettable experiences one can have. 

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It was the day of the Friday prayer. Hundreds of Muslims hurried to the largest mosque in Casablanca – Hassan II Mosque, called after the father of the current Moroccan King Mohammed VI. Built on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, the mosque is a magnificent specimen of the Muslim art. It was constructed in 1993 and claims to be the largest in Morocco, and the seventh largest in the world…