Visiting beautiful mosques is a very special experience and one you can only have in a few places around the world if you are not a Muslim.
A lot of people who visit Morocco wonder about the situation of the women here. There are many prejudices, and I’m sure some of them are true. Living here gives me more opportunities to look behind the curtain and see what’s really going on.
Do you travel for food? I certainly do! Moroccan food is full of flavour, fresh ingredients and love. Whether you are planning a trip to Morocco or are just looking for inspiration, here is a list of 25 things to eat in Morocco!
There are so many restaurants in Essaouira, it is hard to choose where to eat. After spending a total of almost a month here, I do have my favourites.
My expectations weren’t high when I visited Tangier, as I had heard it wasn’t interesting and possibly dangerous. So, I was very pleasantly surprised when I found this to be untrue!
Essaouira is a great destination for a short trip to Morocco. If you are staying here for a week, you might want to consider taking some day trips…
Fes has been, and still is, the cultural and religious heart of Morocco. To help you plan your stay, I have put together this travel guide to Fes.
Discover the surroundings of the city with one of these exciting day trips from Fes. Head into the Middle Atlas, to Meknes and Volubilis or Chefchaouen.
Fes is arguably the most beautiful city in Morocco with gorgeous buildings and lots of crafts to be observed. Check out the most unique things to do in Fes.
11 reasons to visit Morocco: From food to architecture to culture, I’m sure you will fall in love with the country just as much as I did.