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The colourful country of North Africa: Morocco

Staying in a riad, getting lost in the medina, sipping a mint tea, bargaining in the souk, going on a quad excursion in the desert, photographing the palm groves, visiting a hammam, touring the blue village, feeling the breeze of the Atlantic coast... The list of things to do in Morocco is endless and irresistible. And with experiences like these, there is no shortage of things to see in Morocco. To enjoy all the possibilities that the African country has to offer, take into account the travel recommendations. 

Morocco has a privileged climate almost all year round due to its geographical location. However, the best time to visit the country is spring, when temperatures are warmer, and the scenery is more beautiful. Autumn is also a good season for a trip. In summary, Morocco can be visited at any time of the year. 

Morocco Population

The current population of Morocco is 38,000,190. The capital of Morocco is Rabat.

Morocco Culture

Morocco is a multi-millennial country, heir to centuries of tradition. The culture is alive, embodied by the small gestures of everyday life in festivals, rituals or simple daily habits. Stay there for a while and immerse yourself in this sweetness, this art of living.

Moroccan culture and traditions are very rich. As you wander through the streets, you will be immersed in the details of Moroccan daily life. Morocco and its inhabitants evolve to the rhythm of the UNESCO-recognised Mediterranean art of living. This is an ensemble of practices and dishes, symbolic and everyday pleasures, that delights visitors from all around the world. Morocco holidays are unforgettable. You should also give the local cuisine a try. Food in Morocco plays an important role in daily lives of local people. There are multiple languages of Morocco. The two official languages are Standard Arabic and Standard Moroccan Berber.

Morocco Weather

During the summer, the most recommended area is the coast, where the climate is less hot than in the rest of the country. However, many Moroccan beaches on the Atlantic coast and the Strait of Gibraltar are open sea beaches, with strong currents, so be careful.

Popular Cities in Morocco


The city of Nador stands out for its natural beauty. Its main avenue, called Mohammed V, has a promenade lined with palm trees and lampposts that leads to the Bou Areg lagoon. 

In Nador, you can visit the gold quarter, where you will find a wide variety of shops dedicated to working with this material in any of its forms. You can also see the fishermen's market, ceramic handicrafts and the clothing souks.

The city of Nador is also home to different types of roses and fossils, with roses from the Sahara Desert at very cheap prices. There are plenty of activities in Nador for everybody. Before you book your flight to Nador, when planning your trip to Nador please keep in mind that the currency in Morocco is the Moroccan Dirham.

Frequently asked questions about Morocc

1. Are flight prices to Morocco high?

You can fly to many destinations in Morocco at very reasonable prices, provided that you book in advance. In summer, prices may be slightly more expensive than in winter. 

2. How can I book my flight tickets to Morocco?

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3. What is Morocco famous for?

Morocco is known for its diverse desert landscapes, some of the most beautiful in the world. Morocco's fascination lies in its great diversity. The country is made up of more than just arid deserts, you can even find attractive winter sports resorts.

4. Where is Morocco located?

Morocco is located on the north-western tip of the African continent. It is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The Sahara Desert stretches across much of southern and eastern Morocco.