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Azrou, a Berber village at 1250 meters altitude, is named after a volcanic rock at the entrance of the town. The village has preserved its authenticity thanks to the architecture of the houses, craftsmanship, Berber carpets and carpentry. And i..
Chaouen, or Chefchaouen in Berber, is one of the most beautiful cities in Rif, the mountainous massif which is the last rampart before the Mediterranean and the Iberian Peninsula. Chefchaouen is known by its medina of shady alleys, whitewashed ..
Get a lesson in two of Morocco's most renowned arts – carpet making and pottery – and visit some of the city's famous sights on this unique half-day tour of Fez. After being picked up from riad Yacout, head into the medina to explore the heart of ..
Established in 790 by Moulay Idriss, Fes is the religious, intellectual and artistic Moroccan metropolis. Cradle of a millennium monarchy, Fes was for a long period the capital of the Cherifian empire. It has preserved its historical background..
Sefrou, the white city located at 800 meters altitude, is an appealing site on the borders of Fes and the Atlas chains. Sefrou's location enables it to be an important agricultural site where the Cherry Festival is celebrated every June. Climbi..
Rabat is the kingdom capital and headquarters of the government. It is a beautiful city with an important archeological heritage originating from the 8th century BC. Chellah is a romantic solitary cemetery where Merenide sultans rest and the sc..