Top Morocco Tourist Attractions That Will Impress You

With the gorgeoussceneries, High Atlas Mountains, remarkable resorts, sandy beaches and pleasing Barber villages, Morocco is truly a set apart country and has become the top significance of travelers from all over the world.  Due to its amazing sites for discovery, visitors come along their families to spend their Morocco holidays and bind up some memorable traveling experiences with them to their homelands. In recent few years, morocco has developed and now is at the edge of becoming the number one tourist’s attraction in the world. Some of the most beautiful places are enlisted below that should be visited while visiting morocco.

  • Djemaa-el-Fna, Marrakesh:

In the busiest and ancient city, also hold the title of 1000 years antiquity, Marrakesh has a beautiful central square market which is known as Jemaa-el-Fna or Djemaa-el-Fna. It is the most famous and ancient market of the red city, Marrakesh. In the evening, this market presents the view of lighting ground with stars where many acrobats, artists, and snake charmers show their magical tricks to amuse local as well as the international visitors.

  • AlmoravidKoubba, Marrakesh:

One of the oldest building falls in the list of top tourist attraction because of its ancient history of 12th century and Almoravid style of its architecture. With the beautifully carved cedar ceiling and cultural motives, if green lined palm trees, this ancient building was used in the past for Muslim prayers while the adjacent mosques are no longer exist there.

  • Todra Gorge, Toudgha El Oulia:

In the eastern part of the High Atlas Mountains, Todra Gorge is a canyon near the beautiful town of morocco, Tinerhir. DedasRiver and todra are bothneighboring and this canyon stretches for 40 kilometers, and most of its part is the most striking and specular and worth visit in morocco holidays. Most of the local villagers live in this place and often seen near the Dedas river.

Here the canyon contracts to a flat cliff track, in places as little as 10 meters widespread, with pure and smooth rock walls up to 160 meters high on each side of the canyons of Todra. The tiny glacier stream passing through this place is something of anoddity, the river which once filled the gorge must have carried a lot more water. This place is one of the most beautiful and warm where many treks in their Morocco excursions.

  • Bahia Palace, Marrakesh:

In Marrakesh, the Bahia palace is also another beautiful place, an ancient monument that is covered in the eight hectares of ground and maintained with a big green garden. Surrounded by arches, and decorated with decorated tiles, this palace is an amazing site in Marrakesh.

  • Melilla la Vieja

A very beautiful and large fortress which stands in the north of port Melilla, constructed during the 16th and 17th centuries, most of the portion is recently restored by the fortress authorities.The beautiful and large fortress covers many of Melilla’s most significant historical sites and some other historical buildings like the Church of the Conception, an archaeological museum, a military gallery, and a series of caves, tunnels in use since Phoenician times.

  • Hassan II Mosque:

Hassan II mosque or Grande Mosque Hassan II is a beautiful mosque in Casablanca, the modern city of Morocco.The largest mosque in Morocco and also ranked as the 13th largest in the world with the minaret of 210 meters, also known as the world tallest Minaret of the mosque,Completed in 1993.

 The design of this mosque was designed by Michel Pinseau and built by Bouygues in Casablanca.

Giving the most beautiful oceanic views, this mosque stands on a promontory location where worshippers can pray over the sea but there is no cut-glass floor watching into the sea. A maximum number of 105,000 worshippers can gather together for prayer however 25,000 inside the mosque hall and 80,000 people on the mosque’s outside grounds.Morocco is truly blessed country with a lot of beautiful places where many seek to solve its mysterious locations and want to discover more of its area.

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