Imagine driving along roads that lead to some of the wondrous places you can find in North Africa. For an even more immersive experience on your visit, you can book rental cars in Morocco and take guided or self-guided drives in some of the country’s most beautiful spots.
Why you should see it: Located in the majestic Rif Mountains, Chefchaouen is home to an old town known as the blue city. Here you can find traditional powder-blue painted buildings that stand out amidst its surroundings. Take a walk in the labyrinth of streets and alleys surrounded by blue and white buildings. The town is also a great jump-off point for adventure seekers who want to explore the dramatic landscape and nature areas in the region. And for food lovers, the place is a culinary haven with traditional dishes like Tagine to whet the appetite.
Hassan II Mosque (Casablanca)
Why you should see it: Hassan II Mosque is the largest mosque in the country and one of the largests in the world. It is also open to non-Muslims who want to pay respect and admire the awe-inspiring traditional Islamic architecture and its stunning interior.
Kasbah des Oudayas (Rabat)
Why you should see it: The Kasbah des Oudayas (Oudayas Kasbah) is a picturesque neighborhood that boasts a maze of streets and houses that are unlike what you will find in the rest of the city. It boasts of a quiet and tranquil atmosphere and a great view of the Atlantic Ocean.
Medina of Marrakesh (Marrakesh)
Why you should see it: The ancient walled medina in Marrakesh is an unmissable sight. Its labyrinthine streets, souks, the buildings and courtyards, the smell of spices and other fragrances, the food, and the hustle and bustle of shopkeepers and shoppers are just some of the many fascinating things to see in this place.