Morocco has four imperial cities: Marrakesh, Fes, Meknes, and Rabat. The country has beaches along both the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Its diverse mountain ranges appeal to the fans of outdoors. Morocco’s population is made up of both Arabs and Berbers, with each group having contributed to the rich traditions and cultural practices that can be observed in the country today.
Contradictions and nothing else! Travel south and you’ll encounter the dunes and deserts of the Sahara; travel north and you’ll find lush, green plains and mountain ranges. Its cities are vibrant, and distinctly unique. Just a stone’s throw from Europe, the country has adopted its own distinct personality and cuisine: a blend of North African, Arabic, and French. Morocco is a place of color, culture, and charm.