Marhaba! Exotic yet not intimidating, this North African kingdom just knocks our socks off with its ancient, labyrinthine "imperial cities" such as Fez, Marrakesh, Rabat, and Meknes; its beautiful beaches; its Sahara desertscapes; and its scrumptious cuisine. Maroc, c'est magnifique!

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Memories of Morocco

For around ten days recently I traveled through the country of Morocco. I started my trip in the fabled "blue city" Chefchaouen (population around 43,000), just inland from Tangier. It’s cool to get lost in the old medina (old town) - founded along with the city itself in the 15th century - so stunning I didn't mind wandering aimlessly through its cobalt labyrinth. This town is also a prodigious place to get your shopping done, with handicrafts not always available in the rest of the country -…

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Chuffed by Chefchaouen, Morocco's 'Blue City'

               Blue skies, blue seas...this is a colour which we associate with open spaces, freedom, expansiveness, and inspiration. Blue's cool tonality also invokes, among other things, rest and tranquillity; it's even been shown to lower blood pressure. And of course, especially when it's used in architecture, blue never fails to impress - especially when it's the dominant colour scheme, as in a small number of towns and cities throughout the world, such as Jodhpur, India; Júzcar (aka "the…

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3 of Morocco's most compelling destinations

Fez One of Morocco's Imperial Cities and past capitals, Fez (locally spelled Fes) positively exudes culture and history, especially its emblematic medieval medina, a huge, no-car warren that can at times seem overwhelming to some visitors but entrances them all. Those who wander the narrow alleys can discover the city's palaces, hammams, mosques, market stalls, and pair of madrassas, Islamic schools dating back to the 14th century, both with intricate façades carved from cedar and adorned…

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