The Imperial City of Rabat is now the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco. Its rich history is on display in the stones that decorate its streets, forming a charming setting that you will love exploring.
The rich heritage of Marrakesh stretches back a thousand years. And yet, nothing here seems frozen or petrified. The culture is dynamic and alive.
Jemaa El Fna Square captures this energy. Come experience this gathering place where people eat and drink, reveling in the local delicacies. It is also a place for singing, where visitors come to enjoy the most popular pastimes in Moroccan culture thanks to storytellers, fortune tellers and gnawa musicians. The square is all things picturesque and authentic.
1,001 Tasty Moroccan Delights
Morocco is a country where life is good and the food is even better! Its cuisine is rich and inviting, tinged with the best of the Middle East. Spices are given pride of place: coriander, saffron and cumin elevate many recipes with a hint of spiciness in the best taste. Couscous, tagine and pastilla made with chicken or seafood are the most famous Moroccan dishes.
Tradition is alive and well
Morocco has been around for thousands of years and has inherited centuries of tradition. And yet this kingdom is not the least bit frozen in time. It has a vibrant culture that is expressed each day in the little details that make up daily routines and habits, as well as in celebrations and rituals. Spend some time here and soak up Morocco's irresistible lifestyle.
Whether you pick a traditional or modern experience, a night on the town in Morocco will make your trip unforgettable.
Choose traditional accommodations for an authentic experience
Offering up a warm welcome, stunning scenery and a secular culture, Morocco has everything to make your vacation unforgettable. That even includes traditional accommodations to take you inside the Moroccan lifestyle.
The beauty of stones
The rich architecture of Morocco lacks neither charm nor variety. Whether you visit the north or the south of the country, perfectly preserved medinas, minarets,fortified walls, monumental doors, ksars and Kasbahs invite you to discover the myriad architectural treasures of Morocco.
The archeological treasures of Morocco
Morocco has a long, venerable history. There are still many vestiges of its glorious past, from the pre-Roman, Roman, Phoenician, Antique and prehistoric eras. There are even traces of dinosaurs and rock paintings. They are scattered across the land, attesting to the country's rich heritage and promising you an enlightening trip.
The authenticity of Morocco is also expressed through the nine venues it has listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites and its six UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage designations. This intangible heritage can be found throughout the country and manifests itself in various, often festive, ways.