Morocco Cities – Top 25 Travel Destinations

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Find below Our pick of the top 25 travel destinations and unique places to visit in Morocco for 2019.

Visit the villages, towns and cities, many of which are world heritage sites. Learn more about them and when to go.

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Zagora Attractions

Situated near the Draa Valley, Zagora is a small town skirted by the mountain Zagora, after which the town was named. Popular for its inextricabl...

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Volubilis Attractions

Volubilis is one of the most fascinating cities of the kingdom of Morocco. Partly excavated, the city was founded in 3rd century BC an...

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Todra Gorges Attractions

In the eastern part of the High Atlas Mountains is a wadi at about 15 km of distance from Tinghir, there is a series of limestone river canyons t...

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Tinrhir Attractions

Jammed between the High and Anti-Atlas Mountains is the city of Tinerhir. Located in the Draa-Tafilalet, this capital of Tinerhir Province is hom...

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Tetouan Attractions

Tetouan, originally known as Titawin and nicknamed as White Dove, is a port city located alongside the Martil Valley in northern Morocco. This sp...

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Tangier Attractions

Nestled in the northwestern Morocco, on the coast of Maghreb, guarding the Strait of Gibraltar is the Europe’s gateway to Africa, namely Tangier....

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Skoura Attractions

Nestled in the Ouarzazate Province of Draa-Tafilalet, Skoura is a verdant and fertile oasis lined with tall palm groves. It was a preferred shelt...

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Rabat Attractions

Morocco’s capital and its seventh largest city, Rabat may not be as popular tourist destination as the other Imperial Cities, but it has a charm...

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Ouarzazate Attractions

Settled at the edge of great Sahara Desert, Ouarzazate has rightly earned the moniker of “The door of the desert”. Its strategic location has dra...

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Moulay Idriss Attractions

Moulay Idriss or Moulay Idriss Zerhoun is a small town in northern Morocco. Settled atop two hills, it is a sacred place and a respected pilgrima...

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Midelt Attractions

Nestled in central Morocco, Midelt is wedged between Middle Atlas and High Atlas mountain ranges. The city serves as the commercial center and is...

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Merzouga Attractions

Merzouga is a small village, settled about 35 km southeast of Rissani, 55 km away from Erfoud, and 50 km from Algerian border. The place is popul...

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Meknes Attractions

One of the four Imperial Cities of Morocco, Meknes is in the northern central region of Morocco. It is also the sixth largest city in Morocco by...

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Marrakech Attractions

Marrakech is, also spelled as Marrakesh, is the fourth largest city in Morocco. It is also the capital of the mid-southwestern Marrakesh-Safi reg...

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Ifrane Attractions

When thinking of Morocco, most people think of Sahara Desert, long canyons, red sandstones, and mudbrick houses. But, Ifrane is ready to surprise...

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Fes Attractions

Fes is the second largest city in the kingdom after Casablanca. Flanked by Atlas Mountains in the northeast, the city is celebrated as the “Mecca...

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Essaouira Attractions

Formerly known as Mogador, Essaouira is a city in Marrakesh-Safi region of the country. Settled on the Atlantic Coast, the city has beaches to sp...

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Erfoud Attractions

Erfoud is a verdant oasis amid the barren land of Sahara Desert. Situated in the Drâa-Tafilalet region of eastern Morocco, Erfoud is famous for h...

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Casablanca Attractions

Located on Morocco’s Atlantic coast, Casablanca is not just the largest city in Morocco and enjoys the title of the country’s major port. Packed...

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Ait Ben Haddou Attractions

Perched on the foothills of the High Atlas, along the former caravan stretched between Sahara and Marrakesh, is this ighrem named as Ait Benhaddo...

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El Jadida Attractions

Nestled on the coast of Atlantic coast is the port city, El Jadida. Wedged between the coast and Casablanca, the city seems very un-Moorish when...

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Chefchaouen Attractions

Situated in northwest Morocco, Chefchaouen is the Blue Pearl of the kingdom. Famous for its photogenic blue-hued walls and houses, the city is on...

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Dades Valley Attractions

Dades Valley is the main route stretching between the great Sahara Desert and the ancient trading oases of the Tafilalet region. The valley is fi...

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Agadir Attractions

Agadir, an important commercial center and largest seaside resort in Morocco, is nestled at the Atlantic shore. Flanked by Atlas Mountains on one...


A suggested daily budget of USD $400 – $1,000+ per person including: 5 Star Boutique Riads, Meals, deluxe hauffeured Transport (Wi-Fi), English Speaking guides and Admission fees to all attractions.

Please inquire for a custom quote for your trip. The price is customized based on final Riads you choose; your travel dates (high season vs low season) as well as other custom activities such Hot Air Balloon, Cooking Class, Hammam, Massage and treatments, etc.

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