By - Techduniyahindi.in
Morocco's Meknes is notable for its city gates, especially the iconic Bab Mansour Gate.
Tangier is situated on the Strait of Gibraltar, making it a gateway to Europe and a melting pot of cultures and religions.
Morocco's Atlas Mountains are well-known for hiking and rock climbing.
Essaouira is a stunningly dynamic town that combines a maze-like medina, a bustling fishing harbor, and a windswept beach.
Chefchaouen is a tiny town in northwest Morocco known for its blue walls and buildings. The town is also known as "Morocco's Blue Pearl."
Morocco's Ouarzazate is famous for its film studios and the clay hamlet of Ait-Ben-Haddou.
It's famous for being the entryway to Morocco's most magnificent sand dunes, the Erg Chebbi.
The magnificent Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca is Morocco's largest mosque and one of the most spectacular in the world.
It's one of the city's primary tourist attractions as well as an important center of Islamic devotion, with interiors as beautiful as the outside.
Morocco's leather tannery, traditional crafts, and gastronomy are well-known. It is particularly well-known for its historic walled city, Fez el Bali, which some consider to be the best-preserved medina in the Arab world.
Marrakech is famous for its vibrant souks, magnificent architecture, and boisterous Jemaa el-Fnaa plaza. Because of its palaces, restaurants, baths, and hammams, it is also known as the city of luxury.