What to do and See in Marrakech

When visiting Marrakech the first place to go to after checking into your hotel is certainly Djemaa el Fna Square, nothing in Morocco compares to this lively open-air circus with snake charmers, storytellers, jugglers and street artists of every type. In the evening the square becomes the gathering point of musicians playing all type of instruments. The markets, which are called souks, are another focal point in Marrakech. Stretching out…

Food and Drinks In Morocco

Travelers can have very different eating experiences in Morocco regarding to Moroccan food, the most adventurous will taste the delicious traditional Moroccan dishes such as tajine, couscous and Harira, the less inclined to try the local cuisine can find western food, mainly French cuisine, in hotels and restaurants in the new part of the city (ville nouvelle). Moroccan food is based on meat, usually lamb or chicken, vegetables, couscous and…

Watch Morocco Tour Experience in Video

Watch our featured Morocco tours experience in this video and get to know the cities of Marrakech, Ouarzazate, Merzouga Sahara Desert and more. Read some of others interesting blog post about Morocco and get even more prepared for your trip: What to do in Marrakech | Food & Drinks in Morocco | What you need to know before your morocco trip | Street food in Morocco | Fes: A time traveler’s…

Fes: A time traveler’s delight

Fes is Morocco’s oldest city, and in many ways, it feels like a window on history. It’s home to the world’s largest, living medieval settlement, as well as to thousands of professionals dedicated to keeping the flame of traditional craftsmanship alive. A design icon for the wrist An exclusive opportunity to discover the evolution of the newly designed Rado Ceramica, an iconic watch known for its striking linear shape and…

Chefchaoun: The electric beauty of Morocco’s incredible blue city

Surrounded on all sides by epic mountain scenery and with a 500-year-old fortress at its ​center, the city of ​Chefchaouen — or Chaouen for short — is becoming a new “it” place on​ Morocco’s tourist trail. ​​ Yet​ it’s not the mountains or the “Game of Thrones” architecture that travelers come in their thousands to see. It’s the color — a gorgeous blue rinse that covers not only Chefchaoun’s houses…

What You Need to Know Before Traveling to Morocco

So you’re planning your Morocco travel! As they say in Arabic, Mabruk! (Congratulations). Now what? Well, before you get on the plane, there are some things you probably want to know. Morocco, Morrocco, Morroco? Which is correct? Morocco tour In English, we spell the word: Morocco. But in Arabic, there are no vowels, so it’s really anybody’s guess. If you can pronounce it, that’s more important than if you can…