Morocco is a culturally diverse country in North Africa. It has Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines coupled with a rugged mountain interior. It’s rich culture is a blend of Arab, Berber, European and African influences. Morocco holds an immediate and enduring fascination with Majestic Atlas mountains, Sahara desert safari, wicked adventure sports, top hiking trails, cultured cities, a vibrant arts scene and some of the friendliest people you’ll find in the world which makes Morocco a top destination to visit all year round.
Morocco is an ancient country with both geographical and cultural attractions all over the country. It is a 100% cosmopolitan country, with a rich heritage of historical travel. From the sands of the Sahara to the Atlas mountains, Morocco offers an infinite variety of landscapes. There is nature everywhere in Morocco from mountains, deserts, oases and beaches.
The Medina – A whole district and section of the heart of the old city of Chefchaouen, Morocco is where many of the important attractions of the city are. It’a also where you can turn a corner and find yourself in the world of 1500! Traditional Moroccan architecture is blended with a Spanish influence on the tile work and the famed blue walls which are a tribute to their Jewish heritage as well.
Gastro MK – Gastro MK at Maison MK is one of the most popular restaurants in Morocco and it is also rated as the top restaurant to eat at on Trip Advisor with over one thousand five hundred great reviews. The lovely restaurant is located in the heart of Marrakesh. Within the boutique hotel there is a famous 5 course tasting dinner menu which is provided in the evening time. The restaurant holds up to 20 guest every evening and provides great food, service, afternoon tea and an amazing roof terrace bar which you can enjoy one hour before your reservation. Beautiful scenery, very friendly staff, superb food etc.. you will leave this restaurant with a fantastic experience and money well spent.
Morocco Mall – This is Morocco’s fanciest shopping mall and the second largest in Africa. Located on the shoreline with a beautiful view of the sea, this mall provides you with a choice between luxury brands such as Louis Vuitton, Cartiér, etc… and mid-range brands such as Zara. Even if you don’t want to shop, there are plenty of other attractions to keep you busy, from a huge IMAX theatre and an Ice skating rink to a two story fish tank where the public can go scuba diving with a professional instructor. You should take a trip to the Morocco Mall to enjoy these fun, cool activities and have an amazing day by exploring the beautiful water fountains and tasting the delicious food in the food court on the top floor which gives you loads to choose from.