Tourism in Morocco



Tourism in Morocco is famous for its amazing historical sites and weather in many months of the year that many tourists visit from all over the world.

The State of Morocco is a tourism Arab country located in the far northwest of the African continent, and its capital is Rabat, and its largest city is Casablanca, which is the economic capital

In the northern borders is the Mediterranean Sea, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west, and between them comes the Strait of Gibraltar. While Mauritania is on the southern border.


Tourism in morocco

Morocco is one of the best places to go for tourism, and that is due to its beautiful nature, and the abundance of its valleys, plains, rivers, and groves. According to the Morocco tourism statistics, the number of tourists is increasing each year.

In addition to its wonderful view of two of the most important water bodies in the world. They are the White Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, we also find in it the desert embracing the mountains and rivers, forming a wonderfully diverse nature that the tourist does not find much.

Morocco tourism places

Kasbah Museum

The Kasbah Museum is a tourist attraction in the Moroccan city of Tangier.
The museum contains huge numbers of exhibits related to the history
of Morocco and a collection of antiquities selected from ancient Roman sites in the country.
It also contains a mockup of a tomb of Carthage, exhibits
displaying the history of Tangier, and a large section containing Moroccan art.
Another room contains silk, illustrated manuscripts, and decorated ceramics.



Chefchaouen Morocco is one of the most beautiful Moroccan cities, and it is a mountain village full of trees. The old city has Moroccan and Andalusian characters with its red tiled roofs and blue buildings.
In addition to the narrow and close lounges in Place Outa el Hammam,
it is a good place to relax and take day trips to the green hills.


Asilah is one of the Moroccan tourist cities surrounded by strong stone fortifications built by the Portuguese in the fifteenth century,
It contains narrow and quiet streets and contains traditional and modern restaurants at good prices, and cafes overlooking the Kasbah Gate for tea or coffee.

Saint Andrew’s Church

It is an Anglican church dating back to 1905 AD and is one of the quietest places in Tangier. So it is a good place to visit for people who want to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. In addition, the church outside contains a small cemetery containing graves dating back to the early twentieth century and you can visit it at any time.

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