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Morocco at a glance

International dialing code
+212
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In recent years, Morocco has been emerging more and more as a prominent tourist destination, one which is enchanting and unlike anyplace else. In the last midcentury, literary icons from the west travelled to this place and managed to capture the movement and color of the landscape. This is a North African country which manages to mix Arab influences with Berber nomadic culture and style. Cities like the capital of Casablanca, Fes and Marrakesh surely can ring a bell and paint a vivid picture of alleyways tinted blue. Beyond the booming cities, make sure to head out into Moroccan nature in order to capture the diversity of it all. Snowy peaks exist in Morocco along with beautiful, dry mountains like the Anti-Atlas mountain range. One of the most striking sights in Morocco are the Erg Chebbi sand dunes. The deep amber lines and shadows of the dunes provide a perfect representation of Morocco's ability to color life itself.
Time zone
UTC+1
Spoken language
Darija, Berber, Hassaniya, French
Cost to avg. transport ticket
US$15.6

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Transportation types in Morocco

 

Ferries in Morocco

 

Morocco is one of the most mystical places on Earth, with a wondrous landscape and a unique culture. Sailing the sea around it, between cities and countries, is a no brainer. By ferry, you'll be able to experience the blue influence the sea has on the streets of cities like Tangier. Seating is almost solely indoor, and the cabins are very tidy. You can walk around the boat and explore the cruise-ship like amenities. Especially on the upper deck, you'll be able to get a great view of your surroundings. Keep in mind that this service is season - it operates from April to August.