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Morocco

Arid dunes, snowy mountains, coastal towns, colourful bazaars and bright green forests, welcome to the diverse and unique, Morocco. Fly with us and discover a whole new world of smells, sounds and tastes. You won’t regret it.

Where to go

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Casablanca

Travellers come to Casablanca and expect the same old-world romance of the Ingrid Bergmans and Humphrey Bogarts of the world, when in reality Casablanca is so much more. A time capsule of architecture, a hotbed of art and culture and a great spot for a feed, Casablanca will charm and delight you.

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Marrakech

The city of Marrakech is the result of Europe, Africa and the Middle East merging. This pink hued city sits right on the edge of the Sahara Desert, with the stunning snow-capped Atlas Mountains silhouetted in the background. A centuries-old trading hub, Marrakech is a thriving hotspot for poets, artists and writers.

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Fez

The striking and historic city of Fez can feel overwhelming for many travellers. 90,000 people populate the city, with bazaars, laneways, roads and alleyways heaving.  Often referred to as the centre of spirituality, Fez is home to a number of influential Islamic scholars. Head to Rcif Market for people watching away from the popular tourists’ destinations. 

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Places to stay

Marrakech is an ideal place to stay for travellers looking to discover its ancient customs, the nearby Atlas Mountains or visit the traditional hammam spas and colourful Jemaa el-Fnaa market. The brightly coloured juice bar near the market is a must visit pit stop to sample a traditional fruit juice.

Casablanca, Morocco’s largest city, is a cosmopolitan port with an alluring blend of tradition and modern touches. Choose from a family run guest house or spend a little more and check-in to the Palais Faraj Suites and Spa, you'll be within a 15-minute walk of Blue Gate and Der Batha Museum.

For souks and markets the best places to stay are located within the ancient walls of Fès el-Bali. Within the medina you'll still find everything being transported by donkeys and handcarts.

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