Morocco

The most beautiful cities in Morocco

The best of Morocco cities

Petr Liška
Wrote 2007 articles and follows him / her 154 travelers
The most beautiful cities in Morocco
Inserted: 13.11.2021
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com
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In Morocco, you will find not only the beautiful landscape of the High Atlas and multicolored rocks and deserts, but also a number of beautiful cities with a typical atmosphere of overcrowded medinas. Here you will find cities painted blue, white or red. Each is different from the winding streets in the historic centers, where you simply get lost. Let's take a look at the most interesting ones

1.
Marrakech

The Royal Town under Atlas Mountains

Rating:
| Altitude: 468 m / 1 535 ft

Marrakech is the fourth largest city in Morocco. Thanks to its location under the slopes of the High Atlas… continue reading

2.
Chefchaouen

The blue City

Rating:
| Altitude: 628 m / 2 060 ft

The city of Chefchaouen is in the north of Morocco, famous for its blue facades. It is located in the Ríf… continue reading

3.
Traces of colonialism

Former capital of Morocco

Altitude: 367 m / 1 204 ft

In addition to the main bazaar in the Medina, there are several streets in the wider center, which are full… continue reading

4.
tetuan

White city just off the Mediterranean Sea

Rating:
| Altitude: 89 m / 292 ft

Tetuan is a major city in the north of Morocco. It is renowned for its historical white medina. There is also… continue reading

5.
Meknes

Royal City

Rating:
| Altitude: 526 m / 1 726 ft

The city of Meknes is one of the most interesting historical royal towns. The most famous monument is the… continue reading

6.
Casablanca

The largest city in Morocco

Altitude: 39 m / 128 ft

Casablanca is by far the largest city in Morocco. It has almost four million inhabitants with its suburbs.… continue reading

7.
Gate

Historic Moroccan port cities

Altitude: 2 m / 7 ft

One of the gates to the historic part of town continue reading

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