The reason why Morocco is one of the best-preferred destinations for tourists is the varied geography it has. It is a culturally rich and diverse environment. If you are a lover of history, mountains, beaches, deserts or forests, Morocco is the right destination. Here, I will share with you the 7 best places to visit in Morocco in 2023.
Jamaa el-Fnaa is located in Marrakech, a city filled with colour, tradition, and friendly people. Jamaa el-Fnaa is the hub of this city. It is full of life.
Jamaa el-Fnaa is a free outdoor theater. At night, people meet in this vivid square of Marrakech selling food, performing music, dancing, boxing, snake charming, doing magic and much more.
In a few words, Jamaa el-Fnaa is a super unique square.
Fes el-Bali is the oldest part of the Medina of Fes. When you get inside, you find yourself in a completely different world. It is like a maze where it is almost impossible not to get lost, in case you thought of discovering it yourself without a guide.
However, you may love getting lost so that you enjoy its beautiful architecture. Also, you may love to know how leather is produced in an old-fashioned way in such a historical old city. Fes el-Bali is worth the visit.
Hassan Tower is one of the most attractive touristic sites to see in Rabat. The builder Sultan Yacoub al-Mansour intended to be the largest mosque in the world. After he died in 1199, the project was abandoned and never completed. Yet, Hassan Tower is a beauteous, impressive and historical building the way it is.
You can describe Hassan Tower in three words: unfinished yet unmatched.
Hassan 2 Mosque
Hassan 2 Mosque, the largest mosque in Morocco and 7th in the world, is the only mosque in the city of Casablanca that non-muslims may visit. To uncover the beauty of it, you should have an inside tour. You will be astonished by the level of craftsmanship and the beauty of architecture.
What is more fascinating about this architectural marvel is the fact it is built on a promontory looking out to the Atlantic Ocean. It is a must-see site.
If you want to escape the crowds of cities and experience desert life, visit Erg Chebbi Merzouga, a small village in southeast Morocco. It will give you a taste of desert life. It is a quiet place where you can enjoy traditional Berber music under a sky filled with stars.
Erg Chebbi is a beautiful place where you can enjoy watching sunrise and sunset and enjoy riding a camel across the windblown dunes. It is a go-to destination where you can enjoy a magical and unique experience far away from city noises.
Ifrane is located at an altitude of 1650 meters. Ifrane is called the little Switzerland of Morocco because of its clean air, scrubbed streets and red-roofed houses.
Ifrane is a fertile area. Its natural sites offer a relaxing experience such as Ifrane National Park and Dait Aoua Lake. Also, Michlifen Ski Resort is an attractive place where you can enjoy skiing if you are a ski lover.
Volubilis, or Walili, is an excavated Berber-Roman city located north of Meknes. It is one of the most famous historical sites in Morocco. Also, it is one of the UNESCO world heritage sites.
Once you get to this historical site, you will feel as if you had time-travelled. You will see remains of mosaic floors, altars, aqueducts, and temples that reflect that era. You will experience how people lived thousands of years ago. Volubilis is a feast for history lovers.