Morocco a Multi-Cultural Country & Magnetic Tourist Attraction for People From all Over the World

( May 08, 2013

Morocco a Multi-Cultural Country & Magnetic Tourist Attraction for People From all Over the World

Morocco a Multi-Cultural Country & Magnetic Tourist Attraction for People From all Over the World

Morocco, a North African country, is a wonderful God-gifted combination of mountains, sea, desert and jungles; which can fulfill all the passions for nature-loving tourists.

Here one can be regenerated with the fresh fragrance of all the treasures of nature, while enjoying all the modern amenities of large cities.

Some of the great tourist attractions of Morocco include:-

Djemaa El-Fna – a great square in the centre of the city of Marakkesh, which provides all types of entertainment day and night, with different charming shows and tasty food.

Aït Benhaddou – a fortified but rarely inhibited city on the way to Sahara from Marakkesh.

Fes-al-Bali – the largest city with the bigger medina town, adorned by historic gates.

Erg Chebbi dunes – with 492 foot/150 metre high sand dunes of the Sahara, with awesome orange-colored sand.

Draa valley – a superbly attractive valley situated on the south of High Atlas Mountains, lined with native villages and palm groves and the Draa river running through it.

Chefchaouen – a beautiful hill station, situated in northeast Morocco, arranged with houses colored in a strange combination of either white or blue.

Volubilis – a town established by Romans after the land was conquered centuries ago, still attracts tourists with superb Roman architectural examples.

Meknes – an Imperial city built in Spanish and Moorish design, containing many historical structures, along with its natural beauty.

Todra Gorge – a great canyon carved by nature on the east of the Atlas Mountains, with even rocky walls, eroded by rivers Dades and Todra.

Mouth-watering cuisine found in the country:
The culture of Morocco has been influenced by several foreign cultures like Mediterranean and European, apart from its very own African and Arabian traditions.

So its cuisine has many variations as well.

One can easily find many foreign dishes here, along with local Berber or Moorish cuisine.

Moroccan dishes are quite rich in flavor, including their sweets.

The most popular local dishes are Tajine – a cuisine prepared from meat and fruits, the traditional soup called Harira, and of course the national food item Couscous.

Green tea with mint leaves is served everywhere, though various types of red or white wine and beer are available too.

The cultural traditions of Morocco to entertain the foreign tourist:
The most popular local festival is Aid el Arch, celebrated every year pompously to commemorate the coronation of King Mohammad VI.

Another festival is Fez, which is a great musical conference.

Other immensely enjoyable celebrations of Morocco are South of Marakkesh – a kind of fest where all types of commodities are displayed for sale; and Celebration of the Throne – a ceremony celebrated with crackers.

Morocco is very hospitable, with plenty of hotels, restaurants and casinos for the entertainment of tourists. It has a smooth transport system traversing the country, alongside its wonderfully rich cultural heritage.

So it is really a life-time experience to visit and enjoy the African country of Morocco.

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