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The Top Places to Fall in Love With Morocco

1Marrakesh

1,501 properties in Marrakesh

Welcome to Marrakesh

Situated in the northwest African nation of Morocco, Marrakesh is a stunning labyrinth of colorful markets with traditional goods and exotic aromas. Wander around the vibrant alleyways and meet snake charmers, acrobats, and musicians.

What Travelers Love About Marrakesh

  • Souks

    18,177 recommendations

  • Culture

    17,166 recommendations

  • Food

    15,097 recommendations

  • Markets

    14,805 recommendations

2Casablanca

182 properties in Casablanca

Welcome to Casablanca

Right on the Atlantic Ocean, the cosmopolitan Casablanca is the largest city in Morocco, although Rabat is the political capital. This colorful city features lively traditional markets and narrow streets full of spices and aromas.

What Travelers Love About Casablanca

  • Shopping

    945 recommendations

  • Business

    832 recommendations

  • Beaches

    814 recommendations

  • City trips

    802 recommendations

3Fez

303 properties in Fez

What Travelers Love About Fez

  • Old Town

    5,491 recommendations

  • Culture

    4,718 recommendations

  • History

    4,689 recommendations

  • Food

    2,942 recommendations

4Agadir

160 properties in Agadir

What Travelers Love About Agadir

  • Beaches

    5,070 recommendations

  • Beach walks

    4,274 recommendations

  • Sunny weather

    3,911 recommendations

  • Relaxation

    3,335 recommendations

Best places to see in Morocco

El Badi Palace
Monuments
From sultans to storks. When this palace was built in the 16th century, it was the envy of rulers worldwide. Bursting with carved marble and gold leaf, it lived up to its name of “The Incomparable”. But the ravages of time have left a shell, albeit an eerily magnificent one. The thick, scarlet walls are riddled with crumbling pockmarks, with storks the only modern-day watchmen.
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Koutoubia
Landmarks
Kowtow in Koutoubia! This mosque’s handsome minaret has dominated the Marrakech skyline for over nine hundred years. From this soaring vantage point, the “adhan” (call to prayer) echoes across Djemaa El Fna Square and calls believers in to kneel and reflect. Due to entrance rules, non-Muslims will have to be content with gawping at Marrakech’s iconic spire from the outside.
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Medersa Ben Youssef
Monuments
Now this is one cool school. Medersa Ben Youssef is an architectural diamond hidden in the rough of mazy Medina. It’s an Islamic college where pious clever clogs once came to study the Koran. These lucky scholars were able to look up from their manuscripts and see a physical glorification of God, with spellbinding patterns wrought in tiny mosaic tiles and carved cedar wood.
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Saadian Tombs
Monuments
In death, we are all equal. But some are more equal than others. Sultan Ahmed al-Mansour built this magnificent mausoleum for his entourage. Children and grand-children are buried in mosaicked tombs in the garden, now prowled by stray cats. The sultan himself ghas the choicest spot – his marble tombs rises out of psychedelic tiled flooring, overlooked by stunning stucco cupolas.
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Menara Gardens
Parks
In this most photogenic of cities, Menara Gardens are supremely postcard-worthy. The snowy crags of the Atlas Mountains loom in the background, sweeping across the hazy horizon. Nestled among olive groves, a placid expanse of lake reflects the simple pavilion. It’s a centuries-old panorama that’s loved by locals – Menara’s the go-to strolling spot for families and lovebirds alike.
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Marrakech Museum
Museums
Sometimes the vase trumps the flower. This museum is a window into Moroccan history through its collection of coins, pottery, jewellery, weapons and artwork. However, the jewel in the crown is the building itself. It’s a beautifully restored 19th-century palace that dazzles with detail, from its impeccable mosaics to the stupendous and humongous filigree chandelier.
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What travelers love about Morocco

Culture
Recommended by 29,278 travelers
Food
Recommended by 27,961 travelers
Friendly locals
Recommended by 26,379 travelers

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