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Cities to visit in Morocco
Cities to visit in Morocco
Cities to visit in Morocco
Cities to visit in Morocco
Cities to visit in Morocco
Cities to visit in Morocco
Cities to visit in Morocco
Cities to visit in Morocco
Cities to visit in Morocco
Cities to visit in Morocco
Cities to visit in Morocco
Cities to visit in Morocco

A beautifully different country to visit with magical and mysterious destinations in Morocco. Colorful cities, magnificent peaks of mountains, the Sahara desert, charming beaches, historical sites, and bustling cities for a night out.  Plentiful activities will be waiting for you to explore in Morocco, so whatever your willingness, it is easy to experience.

From all the beautiful cities in Morocco, I will pick up 10 fascinating cities where you will find a unique thing in each one.



Chefchaouen is located in Morocco's dramatic Rif mountains in the north. It is called the blue city for its decorated beautiful houses by blue. It was founded in 1471 and was influenced by Islamic and Andalusian architecture. The city is surrounded by breathtaking mountains, and also has narrow streets and tiny unique Moroccan houses. It is one of the most magical places for many tourists globally.



It is one of the most popular cities and is famous for its markets, alleys, and traditional souks. This old city is full of unique treasures related to Moroccan culture such as flavored spices, beautiful jewelry, and sparkling lamps. While making a tour in Morocco, don't forget to get around Marrakech.



Meknes, Morocco's historic city, is the city that has been chosen by Unesco World Heritage sites for its unique combination of architectural styles, breathtaking monuments, and well-preserved heritage. The town itself is beautiful, from the regal Dar El Makhzen palace to the numerous mosques, hammams, and gardens. Surely a worthy historical site to visit in Morocco.



It is located in southeastern Morocco's Sahara Desert and has long stretches of dunes.  Merzouga is a small-scale city with red sandstone buildings that can be explored on foot. The most incredible scenery is when the sun reflects on the dunes to look like gold.



Fez is the second largest city after Casablanca and it was the previous capital of Morocco. The ancient city attracts many tourists according to its stunning mix of Arab, Amazigh, and Andalus heritage, which appears in its sites, buildings, and architecture. It is also a perfect place for shopping in its beautiful souks with its narrow streets that are full of many sellers.



It is located in the western region of the Atlantic coast and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2001. Essaouira is known for its white houses, amazing castles, and charming beaches. For sure you are going to love this fascinating city.



Ouarzazate is in proximity to both the Sahara and the Atlas which makes it an exciting destination for many tourists. This incredible small city is a filmmaking location for major film studios. It has appeared in many famous films, including Game of Thrones, Lawrence of Arabia, The Mummy, Gladiator, The Hills Have Eyes and so many others. As well as while visiting this beautiful city, don't forget to see its pretty green Oasis and the historical kasbahs.



Casablanca is a forgotten destination although it is a charming city. It is the largest city in Morocco and has one of the largest Mosques in the world, the Hassan II Mosque.



A great place for beach lovers who want to spend a lovely day on the beach and enjoy the sunlight. certainly, Agadir is one of Morocco's best beach cities.
The city has some interesting attractions such as the Passage Ait Sous Museum and the Agadir Souk.



Tangier is located on Africa's northernmost tip. This Moroccan city is one of the oldest in the country, dating back thousands of years. Tangier is a top Morocco travel destination for many tourists. When visiting it you will like the historical museums, the old Kasbah and its beautiful beach.

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