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Adventure Meets Culture: Spectacular Morocco


Morocco is a crossroad where adventure meets heritage. It’s a truly magical place that the diversity here would make it an ideal spot to spend your holiday and a destination worthy of a place on your travel bucket! In Morocco, it’s not always about the mosaic-covered architecture and vibrant markets that are swarming with crowds; Morocco is also the perfect stop to revel in a countless number of adventures, expanding the horizons far beyond the Saharan Desert to the Atlas Mountains. The old and new, surf and turf, modern urban and the rustic charm, cold snow and desert heat – all the divergences in a blend! You will be spoiled for choice; with so many destinations to choose from it can be an overwhelming task to select one.

The Overwhelming Hospitality & Culture

The locals are some of the nicest people you would come across, In Morocco, hospitality is a way of life and you will feel it in your bones, the way the Moroccans welcome will take you over the top. One thing is for sure you’ll never feel more welcomed! Morocco has a fusion of the perfect balance of adventure and charm from its vicinity to Europe, the African platform, and its influence of the Middle East. The cities like Rabat and Tangier takes after the modern cities of Europe in many ways, the rustic villages like Zagora and Chefchaouen will take you to a bygone era!

The country on its own will guide you on its cultures. Such a wonderful experience. With beautiful souqs and medinas, you would feel like you are in a whole different world, it will give your curious and receptive mind many different vibes, and you are bound to have a really great time.

Morocco Is Well Known For Their Dynamic Landscapes And Architecture.

Comprising of breath-taking landscapes Morocco is all about distinct terrains. Mountains such as the Atlas Mountains, the Sahara Desert and a calm and blissful Tinghir. Beside these beauteous sceneries, Morocco will surprise you with even more natural beauty. You could also get an opportunity to sleep under the starlit skies and cool winds in the Sahara Desert. The architectural highlights are the Koutoubia Mosque, Saadian Tombs and the Ben Youssef Madrasa. The city of Marrakech will surely quench your architectural thirst. Walking through the medina you will see traditional Moorish architecture in almost about every corner. Most Moroccan cities consist of ancient homes. In cities such as Marrakech and Fez, the old homes located in the medina can date back centuries. A great number of riads restored old homes, can be found throughout the country. Many of these retain the old charm and style to provide you with modern-day comforts.

Moroccan Food Is Rich In Spices And Herbs

Moroccan cuisine is listed as one of the world’s top cuisines, with a mix of flavours and cultures. Sweet mixed with savoury, meat and fruit, deliciously spiced vegetables, all capped off with lots of sugary sweet mint tea. The diverse cultures; Arab, Berber, Sephardic, European, and African all contribute to the delectable Moroccan cuisine we know today. When in Morocco you should and eat a delicious dish called tagine. Tagine is a dish that is slowly cooked in a clay cooking pot. This signature dish is prepared with veggies, beef, chicken or lamb, it depends on your preference. One thing is for sure, it is loaded with aromatic herbs and spices and you can order the dish at almost anywhere in Morocco.

Great Shopping Experience In Morocco

Serpentine mazes spangled with storefronts, restaurants and workshops is a heaven for shoppers, to embrace a brand-new shopping experience. You will need your A-game bargaining skills so that you’ll be able to walk away with some true treasures.

Whether you’re looking for desert expanses, spectacular mountain ranges, luscious valleys & stunning landscapes, then Morocco is the place for you! Call Travel Center UK today for the cheap flights and the best deals in town.


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