Morocco tours from Colombia
Colombians will no longer need a visa to go to Morocco
This Tuesday, Foreign Minister Claudia Blum signed the visa exemption agreement for ordinary passport holders, and the air services agreement to Morocco, in a virtual ceremony with Nasser Bourita, Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Residing Abroad of the Kingdom of Morocco country. Feel free to contact-us
The visa exception measure for trips that do not exceed 90 days will come into effect in a few months, after the countries comply with internal administrative procedures. This news has encouraged many to prepare their trips for when the pandemic is controlled and the contagion figures improve around the world. For this reason, together with Morocco Tourism, we bring you a list of some tourist sites that you should visit if you decide to travel to the Moroccan country.
It is one of the best known cities in Morocco, thanks to the movie that bears his name. The film is considered cult and starred Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman in 1942. Beyond that, it is a port city and commercial center in western Morocco, on the Atlantic coast. The French colonial heritage of the city is seen in the Mauresque architecture, a mixture of the Moorish style, and the European art deco. It has one of the largest mosques called Hassan II, located partially on the sea.
It is a former imperial city in western Morocco and an important economic center with mosques, palaces, and gardens. The medina is a densely and very populated and walled medieval city dating back to the period of the Berber Empire, with maze-like passages and lively markets selling traditional ceramics, jewelry, and textiles. The 12th century Moorish minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque is a symbol of the city visible from miles away.
It is considered one of the most beautiful cities in this country, due to its white, and blue houses, and the clear light that is present throughout the day. That is why it is the ideal place for thousands of painters and artists, who visit “The Pearl of the North”, as it is also called, for It’s captivating beauty, and its architecture of popular Mediterranean design
The coastal town of Asilah
It is a small town on the Atlantic coast between the cities of Tangier and Rabat, which has mainly Portuguese influences. The walls that surround the old town contrast with its white houses, and makes it a very popular destination, especially in summer. Nowadays it is attractive for tourists due to its beaches with fine sand that stretch out over the Atlantic Ocean.
Ifrane and its snowy mountains
This city is considered the Moroccan Switzerland, since, it is located in the Middle Atlas mountains at 1713 meters above sea level. It has a cold climate, which has influenced its Central European style urbanism. Many identify it as one of the cleanest and most cared for cities in Morocco, because it resembles a small Swiss city, where the streets, and gardens are cared for in detail, describes Morocco Tourism.
Meknes, the unknown imperial city
It is an imperial city with many historical monuments and natural sites, It also includes important tourist places, Kebab Mansour, Al hadeem Square and Sahrij Al-Sawani, and it has the most dangerous and oldest underground prison in an unknown area. It has more than 40 km of imposing defensive walls, and many mosques, which is why it is called the ‘City of hundreds of minarets.” Likewise, It is very closing to the Roman ruins of Volubilis (Oualili), an ancient Roman city.
Rabat, the capital of Morocco
It is the fourth imperial city of Morocco, which has a curious mixture of the historical tradition of the past, and the tombs of Moroccan kings and the political capital of Morocco, and the modernity established in the present.
It was founded by Abd al-Mumin in the 12th century, who used the kasbah (‘fortress, ‘) as a base to fight against the Spanish. Furthermore, It was during this period when the most emblematic buildings of him were built, such as the Hassan tower and the Kasbah des Oudaias. This city became the bastion for the Muslims expelled from Spain at the beginning of the 17th century.
Merzouga, the great desert of Erg Chebbi
Merzouga is the gateway to Morocco Sahara desert.
According to ‘Morocco Tourism’ this is a very popular gem among tourists from all over the world. Merzouga is a small berber town located in southeastern of Morocco, about 50 kilometers southeast of Erfoud, about 30 kilometers from Rissani, and about 40 kilometers from the Algerian border. It is known worldwide for its beautiful landscapes, and the vastness of its dunes.
cheap airlines from Morocco to Colombia :
Air Canada, Royal Air Maroc, Air France
The highlights of Morocco will be:
- Visiting the iconic Hassan II mosque in Casablanca.
- Visiting the world famous Jamaa El Fna square.
- Exploring the historical Ait Ben Haddou Kasbah.
- Visiting the fascinating Todra gorges.
- Camel trekking in the Sahara desert.
- Spending a night in a desert camp.
- Crossing the Middle Atlas Mountains.
- The blue city of Morocco Chefchaouen
- Wandering through the narrow streets of the Old Medina of Fes.
Morocco Tours From Colombia and more, which is enough to have a general idea about Morocco Tours From Colombia & Marrakech desert trips because you’ll be able to visit most of the important spots in Morocco.
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