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Morocco’s largest city sits beside the Atlantic Ocean and is known for its rich history. Look out for the spectacular Hassan II Mosque, designed by French architect Michel Pinseau and completed in 1993. It’s the largest mosque in Africa and the third-largest in the world, with a 210m tall minaret that punctures the city skyline.

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  • Agafay Desert

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  • Marrakesh


    Brightly coloured textiles, richly patterned pottery and arabesque jewellery are among the beautiful things you can find in the vibrant Marrakesh souks...Read more
  • Rabat


    Although it’s the capital city of Morocco, Rabat is lesser-touristed than other cities...Read more
  • Moulay Idriss

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  • Toubkal

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  • Essaouira


    Sip mint tea and feast on fresh fish as you sit in a coastal eatery and watch life go by in this walled harbour town...Read more
  • Merzouga


    Once you’ve arrived at Merzouga — gateway to the Sahara — you will find yourself surrounded by the dry heat and sand dunes of the desert...Read more
  • Ait Bougmez Valley

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  • Chefchaouen


    In this city in the Rif Mountains, everything is a shade of blue, from the paved alleyways to the front doors of sky blue houses...Read more
  • Meknes


    Meknes is one of four historic capital cities of Morocco (the others being Fes, Marrakech and Rabat)...Read more
  • Fes


    Founded in the 9th century, Fes is the best-preserved medieval city in the Muslim world and is a colourful and bustling place to explore...Read more
  • Midelt


    This small town lies in the high plains between the Middle Atlas and High Atlas mountain ranges...Read more
  • Todra Gorge

    Todra Gorge

    No trip to Morocco is complete without a walk in the wadis...Read more
  • Ouarzazate


    A gateway town to the vast Sahara desert, Ouarzazate is best-known for the huge Taourirt Kasbah that is nome to a 19th-century palace...Read more
  • Volubilis


    Once believed to have been the ancient capital of Mauretania, partially-excavated Volubilis is an archaeologist’s dream...Read more

Morocco's Imperial Cities

Delve into Morocco's history and culture
Approx. 8 days
Casablanca (1 days) → Rabat (1) → Fes (1) → Volubilis (1) → Marrakesh (3) → Casablanca (1)
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Imperial Cities and the Sahara

A journey through Morocco past and present
Approx. 9 days
Casablanca (1 days) → Rabat (1) → Fes (1) → Merzouga (2) → Todra Gorge (1) → Ouarzazate (1) → Marrakesh (2)
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In-Depth Morocco

A grand tour of Morocco's highlights
Approx. 14 days
Casablanca (1 days) → Rabat (1) → Chefchaouen (1) → Volubilis (1) → Fes (1) → Merzouga (2) → Todra Gorge (1) → Marrakesh (3) → Essaouira (3)
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Classic Morocco

Imperial cities, nature and Berber culture
Approx. 11 days
Casablanca (1 days) → Rabat (1) → Fes (1) → Volubilis (1) → Merzouga (2) → Todra Gorge (1) → Ouarzazate (3) → Casablanca (1)
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Things to do in Casablanca

Our recommended experiences and activities

Take a street art tour in Casablanca

Take a street art tour in Casablanca

Exploring Morocco’s largest city is best done on foot, and a great way to do this is by checking out its growing street art scene, which adds a touch of colour to the city’s old white buildings, with the help of a tour guide.

Where to go in Morocco

Our recommended places

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