Solo in Morocco 2010
Discovering the country.

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May  3, 2010  —   Morocco
Moulay Driss is the most important pilgrimage site in Morocco. Since it is a holy place, the village was forbidden to non-Muslims until 1912, and it is...
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Apr 29, 2010  —   Morocco
Meknes is one of the four royal cities of Morocco with Rabat, Fez and Marrakesh. It was founded in the 11th century during the reign of Sultan...
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Apr 26, 2010  —   Morocco
Inside its thousand-year-old medina, Fez is home to numerous mosques, fountains, gardens, madrasas, tanneries, and small shops. Surrounded and protected...
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Apr 19, 2010  —   Morocco
This trek over a few days in the foothills of the High Atlas Mountains was with an organized group. In fact, my goal was to evaluate a French travel agency...
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Mar 27, 2010  —   Morocco
Chefchaouen, also known as Chaouen, is one of the most beautiful towns of Morocco. Perched in the Rif Mountains, it has a superb medina with winding alleys...
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Mar 24, 2010  —   Morocco
The town of Tétouan is superbly located at the foot of the Rif Mountains. Its main highlight, in addition to its fantastic scenery, is its old medina...
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Mar 22, 2010  —   Spain
When someone asks me if I ever visited Spain, I automatically answer no. But it is not true. Accessible from Morocco and within the African continent...
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Mar 20, 2010  —   Morocco
During the summer months, the village of Asilah is bustling with sun-seeking Moroccan tourists who want to enjoy the beach and the medina. When I was...
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Mar 18, 2010  —   Morocco
Larache is a small town on the Atlantic Coast of Morocco that sees few tourists. The place is quiet and nice to visit. The main reason I came here is...
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Mar 15, 2010  —   Morocco
Rabat is the political and administrative capital of Morocco and its population is 1,660,000 inhabitants. Contrary to Casablanca, the city is rather charming...
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Mar 14, 2010  —   Morocco
Casablanca is a modern city with a population of 3.7 million people. It is the largest one in Morocco and the commercial and business centre of the country...
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Feb 22, 2010  —   Morocco
Essaouira is one of my favourite cities in Morocco; a surprise since I don't like touristy sites. The medina (old city) is surrounded by an ancient rampart...
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Feb 20, 2010  —   Morocco
The town of Ouarzazate doesn't have tourist attractions apart from the nice Taourirt Kasbah. However, the scenery around the town is incredible. The region...
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Feb 18, 2010  —   Morocco
I already visited the ksar with groups of students, but the place is so photogenic that I wanted to have more time to enjoy it. I walked into the narrow...
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Feb 13, 2010  —   Morocco
Marrakesh is the first taste of Morocco for most travellers. Founded in AD 1062, the city is filled with historic sites, local markets, Koranic schools...