Are you dreaming about flying carpets, Aladdin’s lamp and a fairy-tale castle out of "The Thousand and One Nights"? Here you are in Morocco! The mystery and stimulating place where you can excite your senses and your sense of exploration, whether in the hectic Moroccan daily life or in the peaceful desert of Sahara. This magical land which has inspired a lot of artists and producers it’s an outstanding kaleidoscope of colours, sounds and scents merged with the genuineness and friendliness of local people. The must-see cities include Rabat (the capital), Casablanca, Marrakech, and Fez.
In Rabat don’t miss to visit the Kasbah (a self-enclosed, fortified city) of the Oudaias and make sure you stop at the café (established in the 1920s), to have some sweet mint tea, considered the national beverage.
Casablanca, remembered by many for the movie "Casablanca," starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, is the business capital of Morocco and it holds The Grand Mosque of Hassan II, an unforgettable architectural masterpiece.
You will never forget Fez, which is a scene out of the Middle Ages. It's a picturesque city that is the cultural, educational and spiritual capital of Morocco. Fez' highlight is the medina -a window into life in an ancient world- where the remarkable walls, decorations and ornamental mosaic tiles are as extravagant and breathtaking as a dream from "The Arabian Nights."
And it will be love at first sight with Marrakech, the most exotic city in the world! There are so many things you can go to in Marrakech that you have to plan to stay here several days! Among its attractions there is the main square called Djemaa el-Fna, the heart of the city where everything happens and it reminds you of going to the state fair. Furthermore, don't miss the Fantasia dinner show at Chez Ali where men on galloping horses firing rifles mixed with 100 musicians and dancers and acrobats give you the perfect grand finale for a wonderful tour of Morocco!