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Morocco’s melting pot of culture, luxury and colour 

Morocco, set in North Africa and bordering both the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, offers a wealth of stunning sights for visitors to explore. From the bustling cities of Casablanca, Rabat and Marrakech, to the rugged beauty of the Atlas Mountains and the desert landscapes of the Sahara, there’s something for everyone in this country. 

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    Morocco holiday highlights 

    There is so much diversity in Morocco you’ll be spoilt for choice in a country that’s known for its warm welcomes, rich history, vibrant culture and diverse landscapes. Here are just a few suggestions of activities to get you started: 

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    1. Explore Marrakech

    Discover the bustling souks, visit historical sites like the Bahia Palace, and experience the vibrant atmosphere of the Djemaa el-Fna square.

    Morocco overview

    Morocco has a rich and diverse history that goes back thousands of years. The earliest known human settlement in the region dates back to the Neolithic era, and over time, the country has been ruled by Berber dynasties, the Roman Empire and the Islamic Caliphate.  

    During the 16th and 17th centuries, Morocco became a major centre of trade and commerce, attracting merchants from Europe, Africa and the Middle East. In 1912, Morocco became a French protectorate, a status that lasted until 1956, when the country gained independence. Since then, Morocco has developed into a modern state, while preserving its rich cultural heritage. 

    Morocco is well known for its vibrant culture, which can be experienced in its bustling cities, quaint villages and rural areas, and its rich history is reflected in music, dance, clothing and art. The traditional Gnawa music, originating from the country’s southern region, is a fusion of African and Berber influences and is played during religious and cultural celebrations.  

    What to eat

    Moroccan cuisine is a blend of Berber, Arabic and Mediterranean influences, characterised by its use of spices, herbs and fresh ingredients. Some of the most popular dishes in Morocco include tagine, a slow-cooked stew typically made with meat, vegetables, spices and couscous. Another staple of Moroccan cuisine is mint tea, a sweet and refreshing tea made with green tea, mint leaves and sugar. The tea is a symbol of hospitality and is often served to guests in Morocco. 

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