The laid-back attitude, eighteenth century architecture and brisk sea breezes of Essaouira make the coastal town one of the most enchanting in Morocco. Whether you come for a whirlwind day trip or a relaxing getaway, you’re sure to enjoy it.
The labyrinthine alleyways and packed squares of Marrakech make driving an adrenaline pumping experience, but even without a vehicle of your own the city begs to be explored. Whether you’re making your way through the medieval medina or taking a day trip out of town, you have several options for getting around in Marrakech.
With Morocco’s train network pretty limited, the other best way to get around the country is by bus. The bus lines are able to get you basically anywhere you need to go and depending on which company you wind up using, you are in for a fairly comfortable ride at a reasonable price.
As Morocco becomes more and more popular with tourists wishing to have a taste of Northern Africa, curiosity about the capitol city of Casablanca has only increased. It’s a beautiful city that acts as a natural starting point for travels around the country, but visitors to Morocco should be sure to dedicate some time to enjoying the city before taking off to other areas.
The blue streets of Chefchaouen, Morocco, have made the city one of the most striking and photogenic destinations in North Africa. Indeed, reliable travel tips can be difficult to find for Chefchaouen, as the vast majority of information online is dedicated almost entirely to pictures of the beautiful cerulean accented architecture and surroundings.
For a truly romantic twist on your holiday, Marrakesh offers loads of great options from its historic infrastructure, to tranquil restaurants, exotic palm groves and bazaars that are sure to make for an exciting time in one of Arabia’s most sought after destinations.
Taking the train in Morocco is one of the best and most comfortable ways to get around even though it is not the most extensive rail network in the world. With trains running between many of the important hot spots, including Oujda, Casablanca, Rabat, Tangier, Fes and the international airport, train excursions can still leave you able to get around.