If you want to be a part of the Orient’s exotic and in the same time to feel the charm of the East, Morocco will exceed your expectations. There you will be fascinated by the ancient culture and the nomadic way of life. From your first minute in the country you will be transferred to another wild reality, reality with many natural resources and diversified cultural heritage. Very often because of Morocco’s proximity with the biggest desert in the world, the country is called “the door to Sahara”.

Your trip there can start from visiting the capital – Rabat. It has a new and an old part. What is typical for both of them is the plenty of mosques, mausoleums and administrative buildings with remarkable architecture. The biggest attraction in the town is the huge medina, where you can find all kinds of goods. The most famous souvenir, which has turned into Morocco’s symbol, is the embroidered leather slippers. That marketplace is not only a trade center, but also a social one. During your holiday you can pop up also to the religious and cultural capital of the country – Fes. The streets of the town are very narrow and the fictile houses are like matchboxes. There is also the oldest functioning high school on the world. The Mausoleum of Moulay Idriss is one magnetic place, which you can’t miss. In the wall there is an aperture where you can put your hand. That act is considered to be a symbolical communication with the saint.

Maybe the most modernized town in Morocco is Casablanca. It blends oriental habits and European novelties. There you will see the most prestigious universities in the country, the French new town and the old medina.

That exotic orient country with all of its landmarks, delicious specialties and entertainments is waiting for you. Go there and feel the atmosphere from the folk tales in “A thousand and one nights”! For a thousand and one holidays visit

Don’t miss to visit:  Marrakech, Essaouira, Casablanca, Fes, Agadir, Tangier, Rabat, Merzouga

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