MARRAKESH, one of Morocco’s Imperial Cities, is known as the
“Pearl of the South”. Once the kingdom’s capital under
several dynasties, the city gave the country its name.
Almost ten centuries old, it offers fabulous architecture,
lush gardens, and a timeless culture. Whether sightseeing at
the El Badii Palace, bargaining with the Red City’s
shopkeepers or trekking to the nearby Atlas Mountains,
MARRAKESH offers a truly unique experience.
Casablanca is a surprisingly modern city, with wide
boulevards, tall white buildings and efficient maintenance.
The commerce capital of the country, it combines its
cosmopolitan atmosphere with the charm of its old quarter
and central market. Combining famous sites such as the Royal
Palace and Mohamed V Square with popular restaurants and
clubs, it offers an adventure with every visit.
the oldest and largest medieval cities in the world, Fez is
Morocco’s center of culture and religion. The old sections
of town have changed very little over the centuries. The
city is home to the famous Karaoine Mosque, the Nejjarine
Fountain and the historic medina, with traditional
architecture and an old-fashioned way of life. One of the
most-loved cities in Morocco, Fez will leave a lasting
impression on all of its visitors.