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Visit the Old Medina

Make your way to the Old Medina and immediately see why the area is considered among the most well-preserved districts in the Arab world. The big attraction is the medina, a UNESCO Heritage Site that encapsulates the Fez way of life.

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Stroll the Souks & Medinas

Visit historic sites, see colourful souks, be enchanted by snake dances and storytellers, and feel the life of the Old Town on this guided walking tour.

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Kasbah Museum of Mediterranean Cultures

This recently refurbished museum is housed in the former sultan's palace of Dar el-Makhzen. The focus is on the history of the area from prehistoric times to the 19th century, including an impressive dome decorated with sculpted and painted cedar and plaster, and a unique 18th century Qur'an, gilded and richly illuminated.

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Ait Ben-Haddou & surroundings full day tour

This full-day excursion shows you the grand scenery of the Atlas Mountains, the iconic buildings of the former garrison city, and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ait Ben-Haddou.

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Explore Essaouira's past

The rugged fortifications that border the city speak of this seaport's troubled past and the mix of European and Arabic architecture is the legacy of previous rulers. The best place to find examples of the city's heritage is in the Medina. It is one of Morocco's nine UNESCO World Heritage sites and if you step through one of the many gates in the old walls you’ll be transported back in time.

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Stop by the Mogador Cultural Centre

One of the first places culture seekers should visit is the Mogador Cultural Centre. Designed as a seagull flying over the town beach by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer – described by the BBC as 'one of the most innovative and daring architects of the last 60 years' – it's home to regular musical and dramatic performances.

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Medina, Palaces & Tombs Walking Tour

Labyrinthine alleys, food stalls, snake charmers and artists welcome you into Marrakech's medina.

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Walk the streets of Marrakech

Souk stalls overflow with spices, leather goods, and jewellery, snake charmers and storytellers captivate passers-by, and ornate mosaics adorn every surface, from mosques and palaces to fountain-filled courtyards.

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Discover Rabat: The royal Capital

A short drive from Casablanca, the must-see city of Rabat, the capital of the Kingdom of Morocco, awaits. See the official residence of the king as well as the Hassan Tower, the Mohammed V Mausoleum, and the Kasbah of the Udayas.

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Uncover ancient Kasbahs

Ouarzazate has stood at the edge of the Sahara desert for hundreds of years. A city of palm trees, sandy streets and blocky, fort-like buildings, this is the Morocco seen in a hundred movies.

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Be amazed by the blue town

The town is a fantastic example of how an Andalucian settlement would have looked in Moorish times. At the centre of Chefchaouen is the 500-year-old fortress that the rest of the town grew from.

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