Discovering Moroccan Imperial Cities
Discovering Moroccan Imperial Cities -
The discovery can continue in the Moroccan imperial cities (Rabat, Fes, Meknes and Marrakech) with their old quarters (medinas) surrounded by walls, which enclose a maze of tiny alleys, beautiful houses,
colorful commercial stalls, vivid fragrances and the famous riads.
Just make sure your itinerary includes the old Medina of Fes, an item included on the UNESCO World Heritage list, Rabat’s Oudayas district, which stretches itself along the coast,
Marrakesh’s internationally renowned Djemaa El Fna Square, the city’s luxurious palaces and gardens and the Roman ruins located next to Meknes.
Casablanca, with its white buildings, built by the French in the early 20th century is the country’s economic capital.
The city is dominated by the Hassan II Mosque – a showcase of the richness of the Moroccan