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About Morocco

Morocco’s Main Tourist cities:

Marrakech:

Marrakesh is possibly the most important of Morocco’s four former imperial cities (cities that were built by Moroccan Berber empires). Marrakesh comprises an old fortified city packed with vendors and their stalls (the medina), bordered by modern neighborhoods, the most prominent of which is Gueliz. Today it is one of the busiest cities in Africa and serves as a major economic centre and tourist destination. Marrakesh is served by Ménara International Airport and the Marrakesh railway station, which connects the city to Casablanca and northern Morocco.A hot semi-arid climate (Köppen: BSh) predominates at Marrakesh. Average temperatures range from 12 °C (54 °F) in the winter to 32–45 °C (90–113 °F) in the summer.[45] The relatively wet winter and dry summer precipitation pattern of Marrakesh mirrors precipitation patterns found in Mediterranean climates. The Jemaa el-Fnaa is one of the best-known squares in Africa and is the centre of city activity and trade. It has been described as a “world-famous square”, “a metaphorical urban icon, a bridge between the past and the present, the place where (spectacularized) Moroccan tradition encounters modernity.

Fes:

Fes is the second or third largest city of Morocco. The city has two old medinas, the larger of which is Fes el Bali. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is believed to be one of the world’s largest car-free urban areas.Located by the Atlas Mountains, Fez has a Mediterranean climate with a strong continental influence, shifting from cold and rain in the winter to dry and hot days in the summer months between June and September.

Ait Benhaddou:

Aït Benhaddou is a fortified cityalong the former caravan route between the Sahara desert and Marrakech. Most citizens living in the area now live in a nearby village, although there are 4 families still living in the ancient city. Aït Benhaddou has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. Several films have been shot there, including:
Lawrence Of Arabia , Prince of Persia , Babel, Gladiator , The Mummy and many others.

Essaouira:

Archaeological research shows that Essaouira has been occupied since prehistoric times. The bay at Essaouira is partially sheltered by the island of Mogador, making it a peaceful harbor protected against strong marine winds.Essaouira’s climate is Mediterranean with oceanic influence. The gap between highs and lows is small and summers are warm while winters are mild.The medina is home to many small arts and crafts businesses, notably cabinet making and ‘thuya’ wood-carving (using roots of the Tetraclinis tree), both of which have been practised in Essaouira for centuries. Essaouira is also renowned for its kitesurfing and windsurfing. Essaouira presents itself as a city full of culture: several small art galleries are found all over the town.

Casablanca:

Casablanca is Morocco’s chief port and one of the largest financial centers on the African continent. Casablanca has a very mild Mediterranean climate. The original name of the city was “Anfa”, in Berber language, by at least the 7th century BC.

Sahara desert in Merzouga:

Merzouga is a small village about 30 kilometres of Rissani and about 50 kilometers from Erfoud, and about 50 kilometers from the Algerian border. The village is well known as a part of the itineraries of many tourists visiting Morocco. The dunes of Erg Chebbi reach a height of up to 150 meters in places and altogether spans an area of 50 kilometers from north to south and up to 5–10 kilometers from east to west lining the Algerian border. Merzouga, the local tourist center, is located near the edge of the dunes. A number of companies offer camel trips from Merzouga and into the desert, taking tourists on overnight trips several kilometres into the erg, which is enough to bring the village out of sight.

Ouarzazate:

City is nicknamed as “The door of the desert”. The town is chiefly inhabited by Berber-speakers, who constructed many of the prominent kasbahs. The Ouarzazate area is a noted film-making location, with Morocco’s biggest studios inviting many international companies to work here.Atlas Studios is one of the largest movie studios in the world. The kasbah-town of Aït Benhaddou is nearby.

Dades Gorges / Todra Gorges:

Dadès Gorges, is a gorge of the Dadès River and lies between the Atlas Mountains and the Jbel Saghro of the Anti-Atlas mountain.

Todgha Gorge is a canyon in the High Atlas Mountains ,near Tinerhir. Both the Todgha and neighbouring Dades Rivers have carved out cliff-sided canyons on their final 40 kilometres through the mountains. The last 600 metres of the Todgha gorge are the most spectacular. Here the canyon narrows to a flat stony track, in places as little as 10 metres wide, with sheer and smooth rock walls up to 160 metres high on each side.

List of the busiest airports in Morocco:

  • Casablanca : Mohammed V International Airport

Mohammed V International Airport is an international airport serving Casablanca, operated by ONDA (National Airports Office).

  • Marrakech: Marrakesh Menara Airport

Marrakesh Menara Airport is an international airport serving Marrakesh,[2] the capital city of the Marrakesh-Tensift-El Haouz region in Morocco. It is an international facility that receives several European

as well as flights from Casablanca and some of the Arab world nations. The airport served over 4 million passengers in the year 2014.

as well as flights from Casablanca and some of the Arab world nations. The airport served over 4 million passengers in the year 2014.

as well as flights from Casablanca and some of the Arab world nations. The airport served over 4 million passengers in the year 2014.

  • Agadir : Agadir–Al Massira Airport

Agadir is the capital of the province (wilaya) of Agadir and the region of Souss-Massa-Drâa.

  • Tangier : Tangier Ibn Battouta Airport

The airport is named for Ibn Battouta (1304–1368), a Moroccan traveler who was born in Tangier.

  • Fes : Fes–Saïss Airport

Is an airport serving Fes, the capital city of the Fès-Boulemane region in Morocco.