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Morocco is so blessed with things to do and see that the reality is even better than the dream.
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Even the word Morocco has an allure to it, conjuring up images of crowded souks, silver teapots with long spouts, low couches surrounded by rich draperies, and other images from old movies. Happily, that’s not far off the mark, although modern-day Morocco has much more to offer than camels and the scent of spices.

Casablanca is Morocco’s most dynamic city, home to the country’s biggest businesses, its most exciting arts scene, most daring designers and a cosmopolitan feel that is almost European. Spending a couple of days here is the perfect way to get a sense of Morocco’s future. To learn more about its past, head to Marrakesh, where the old town (medina) is an entrancing mix of crowded alleyways, dusty souks, elaborate palaces, historic buildings and the occasional brand new boutique or cafe. Searching (and bargaining) for souvenirs in the markets is the ultimate Marrakesh experience. Djemaa el-Fna, the city’s main square, has been a public gathering place for over a millennium and you can still see actual snake charmers performing here.

To learn more about its past, head to Marrakesh, where the old town (medina) is an entrancing mix of crowded alleyways, dusty souks, elaborate palaces, historic buildings and the occasional brand new boutique or cafe. Searching (and bargaining) for souvenirs in the markets is the ultimate Marrakesh experience. Djemaa el-Fna, the city’s main square, has been a public gathering place for over a millennium and you can still see actual snake charmers performing here.

Fez has its own wonderful medina, packed with markets selling everything from local snacks to crafts and carpets. Tangier is jam-packed with important bits of Moroccan history, most of which you can find in the old walled city. It’s got its own new city as well, a modern metropolis. Tangier’s mix of cultures – French, Spanish, Portuguese and North African – is intoxicating and is reflected in the food, architecture and appearance of the city.

Travelling in Morocco can occasionally be challenging – touts can be persistent and haggling is often expected – but a bit of patience goes a long way.
 

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A visit to the largest city in Morocco will reward you with interesting architecture and restaurants galore.
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The baggage allowance for your flight will depend on your class of travel: 30kg in Economy Class, 40kg in Business Class and 50kg in First Class. For tickets issued after 15 November 2014, there’s also a maximum size for checked baggage.

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