Marrakech, also spelled Marrakesh, chief city of central Morocco. The first of Morocco’s four imperial cities, it lies in the center of the fertile, irrigated Haouz Plain, south of the Tennsift River.
Marrakech gave its name to the kingdom of which it was long the capital. It was founded in the mid-11th century by Yousuf Ibn Tashfin of the Daynasty of the Almoravids, and it served as the Almoravid capital until it fell to the Almohads in 1147.
During your visit to Marrakech do forget to visit those amazing places.
Fez Medina is the greatest medieval city in the world. Its tangled network of lanes is home to extraordinary Islamic architecture — elaborate mosques, palaces, and madrasas.
But it’s the magic of every day that enchants most: artisans hammering patterns into brass, donkeys ferrying sacks of spices between the souks. The waft of fresh mint tea drifted from a doorway. It may seem like a vision from Arabian Nights, but this is no fantasy — Fez is a living, a working city rather than one preserved largely for tourists. It’s that character that makes it so bewitching.
The white house or Casa Blanca as the Portuguese colonizer named it. Casablanca has located in the Atlantic Ocean of Morocco just around 90 Km from the capital city Rabat. Today Casablanca is a large, modern city, economical, and industrial city in Morocco due to its large population which raised to more than 4 million populations.
Casablanca is famous for the movie Casablanca by Micheal Curtiz, September 10, 1948. The former French colonial post still allows myriad movie moments for those who want to revisit love in Medina and Old City.
Casa (as locals call it) isn’t too touristy, but it’s the most tourist places in the city are the following Visit the King Hassan II Mosque, the corniche place, the Commercial center of Casablanca, and also the biggest Mall in Morocco “ Morocco Mall “.
Merzouga is famous for its proximity to the Erg Chebbi dunes. Moreover, it is known for its clean weather. Also its the most popular destination for tourists. . It has the largest natural underground water in Morocco.
In 2006, Merzouga experienced a devastating FLASH FLOOD. Displacing 1,200 and resulting in some deaths. Even though the governments tried to help people but it was late.
Erg Chegaga near Mhamid El Ghizlan along the Draa Valley. Technically all these ergs are within an area of semi-arid Pre-Saharan Steppes and not part of the desert.
Along the Erg Chebbi dunes Lives various tribes. Hassilabied is 4 Km. Tanamoust is 3 km (1.9 mi) away. Takeout 1.5 km (0.93 mi) away. Kamiya 7 km (4.3 mi) away and Tissrdmin is 15 km (9.3 mi) away.
Ouarzazate or the city without noise. which allows you to have contact with the desert, seaside, mountains, and all aspects of Morocco. The city lies at the center of a desert plateau in stark contrast to the rugged greenery of the surrounding High Atlas mountains. An exceptional setting geographically and climatically speaking, at the crossroads of the Drâa Valley and anti-atlas.
Ouarzazate was the main gate for camel caravans that came from sub-Saharan countries with the aim of trading in Morocco. Ouarzazate also has been formed to become the center of Sahara tourism.
It has also served as the center of international or Hollywood film producers when shooting deserts and mountains and western Landscapes. The Famous and most Hollywood movies shot in Ouarzazate are Gladiator, Game of Thrones, Mission impossible, Mummy, Scorpion King, Lawrence of Arabia, and The Sheltering Sky. Ouarzazate has also a small international airport.
Ouarzazate has direct flights from Paris, Spain. There are also a lot of daily direct flights to Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca from North America New York. The airport is located in the middle of the city, not far from any hotels or Riads
The Kasbah is one of the oldest kasbahs of 1000 kasbahs in Morocco which is under UNESCO world heritage, this fortified Berber village, Kasbah in the local language could mean a castle or a group of people living like a tribe.
Ait ben Haddou Kasbah adorned with an amazing surrounding wall and towers contracted by adobe bricks and clay which gives it a nice color from a distance is rightly considered one of the most beautiful Kasbah in Morocco. Restoration work has been carried out to protect it against rain and wind storms because some of its clay-brick houses have been damaged and also to encourage the residents to keep the village alive. Kasbah of Ait Ben Haddou has seen various Hollywood movies and local movies.
Rabat is the capital city of Morocco, located on the Atlantic coast in the northwestern part of the country. It is the country’s political and administrative center, as well as a major economic hub.
Famous landmarks in Rabat include the Kasbah of the Udayas, the Hassan Tower, and the Royal Palace. The city also has a rich cultural heritage, with museums, art galleries, and historic monuments.
Rabat is known for its mild climate, with warm summers and moderate winters. The city also has a rich culinary scene, with a wide range of Moroccan and international restaurants, cafes, and food markets.
Rabat is well connected to other cities in Morocco and abroad, with an international airport, a well-developed road network, and a modern train station. It is also home to several universities and research institutions, making it a hub of education and innovation in the region.
Meknes مكناس ⴰⵎⴽⵏⴰⵙ is one of the four Imperial cities of Morocco, located in northern central Morocco and the sixth largest city by population in the kingdom of Morocco. Founded around the 11th century by the Almoravids Dynasty as a military settlement. Meknes became the capital of Morocco under the reign of Sultan Moulay Ismaïl (1672–1727), son of the founder of the Alaouite dynasty.
Moulay Ismaïl created a massive Imperial Palace and endowed the city with extensive fortifications and monumental gates.
The city recorded a population of 642,079 in the 2018 census. It is the seat of Meknès Prefecture and an important economic pole in the region of Fes-Meknes.
The area has been inhabited by Berbers or Amazigh people since ancient times. Oulad Dlim is an Arab tribe of Himyari from Yemen that settled in the Sahara in the twelfth century. Colonized and established by the Spanish in 18 century and formerly. Dakhla lies just north of the Tropic of Cancer on a sandy peninsula stretching 40km from the main coastline. It’s a very lonely 500km drive from Laayoune and more than 1300km from Marrakech through the endless desert of western Sahara, and Dakhla is actually closer to Mauritania than any Moroccan city.