The history of a country is one of the events considered worthy of remembrance, which perfectly applies to Morocco. Morocco is one of the go-to destinations for discovery lovers, the most fascinated by nature, history, the art of living, and Moroccan hospitality, says the official website of Morocco Tourism.
Since September 6, 2020, Morocco reopened its air borders for professionals and foreign nationals not subject to visa requirements under certain conditions. Although the state of health emergency is extended until further notice, a simplified procedure was announced to allow a gradual opening of Morocco’s borders.
In Morocco, a state of health emergency is always applied to ensure the safety of citizens and travelers. Within the framework of the application of the state of health emergency, a strict control is ensured in all the entrances of the cities.
With prior reservation, it is possible to access cafes and restaurants while respecting some sanitary measures. Private bathing establishments have also made several efforts to guarantee the health of all their customers as general health protocol is followed. In the case of the wellness centers, the entry and exit routes are separated.
A reservation is mandatory to take full advantage of your stay in hotels and resorts, and all classified accommodation structures. While museums and cultural places are currently closed, in green spaces and public nature parks, regular disinfection of your hands is recommended, besides wearing masks.
Places of interest
In the west of the country, bordered by the waves of the Atlantic, Agadir is one of the pearls of Morocco. Whatever the season, the sun pours its rays and the city enjoys a pleasant climate that the trade winds still soften. Above all, its 10km long seafront offers tourists magnificent views of the blue ocean and the opportunity to laze.
Beautiful palm trees lining its paths, with the Atlantic ocean over the horizon, and large business buildings in every corner. Casablanca is the economic lung of Morocco, a bustling metropolis.Modern infrastructures are in the middle of charming districts, between Arab-Muslim heritage and legacies of the colonial period
Built on a mountainside, Chefchaouen is a city with a special vibes. It unique charm gives an impression of unreality. With its blue-rinsed houses, the whole city seems to be bathed in azure. You walk around as if you were in a dream.
Located in the south of Morocco, Dakhla is a small part of paradise, lost between the waters of the Atlantic and the sands of the Sahara. It gives you a complete change of scenery. Vast streches of beaches expand from one side of the town to the other – an opportunity to relax and indulge in all kinds of water activities.
Fez has a special atmosphere. This 13th-century city is an imperial city of long-lasting multicultural history, that reserves unexpected surprises for its visitors. Cross the walls of the famous medina of Fez, recognised by UNESCO as an outstanding universal value.
Extend your stay in Morocco and visit the attractive town, Azilal. Located in the center of the Atlas Mountains, this city is teeming with charming landscapes. Its unique vivid culture, crafts and architecture, has contributed to develop a responsible and supportive ecotourism that attracts more and more tourists.
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