This little square with all those amazing carpets in old Marrakech Medina and cushions and many other cute things made me want to have a stable home
Exotic style: Morocco must play the city Raiders
Speaking of the favorite country, Morocco is definitely one of them, colorful and colorful as if God's overturned palette, people can not forget to stop. The most classic cities are Marrakech, Rabat, Chefchaouen, Sahara and Fez. They are almost a must-see for every visitor, and their route is very smooth. Back to Marrakech, the perfect route!
Marrakech - Rabat - Chefchaouen - Sahara Desert - Fez
Marrakech has a civilian color, also has ysl noble blue,
There are also many horse-drawn carriages in Marrakech, and a large part of them are for tourists. Spend a small amount of money to travel around the New Town in a carriage (remember to bargain in the dead!)
and freshly squeezed juice! Super recommended! ! A glass of orange juice is only 4 yuan rmb, and their orange juice is particularly good, I drink 2 cups a day in Morocco.
Marrakesh's other highlight is the Bahia Palace, which is also my super favorite palace, exquisite carvings, deep and tortuous, and another must-have place is the back garden of ysl Saint Laurent. Originally thought to be a small garden, it was amazing! Every scene can take a good-looking film, and it takes 3 or 4 hours to take a photo. It is too late to punch each place.
Because of the redness of Chefchaouen, the capital of Rabats old town is very quiet. In fact, the colors and streets of these two places are very similar. Lets go first. In the old town of Rabat, no one was very comfortable in the morning. It is recommended to get up early to enjoy the life of the locals.
Heavy! Chefchaouen recommended by many travel magazines! The car drove to the middle of the mountain, looking at the psychedelic blue of the hill and could not help but exclaim, finally came to this blue mountain city. But excited to be excited, remember not to take pictures of women in the city, this is their taboo thing, otherwise the foreign countries will not be allowed to do anything oh ~ sneak shots, many of them will be surrounded by locals.
In order to chase the footsteps of the Sahara desert, we set off at 4 in the morning, and we were so tight that we couldnt stop eating the mouthful of sand, but when you sat in the Sahara When the desert looks at the sun jumping over the horizon, you will feel that everything is worth it!
Fiss is probably the largest maze in the world. The small urban area has more than 6,000 paths, some of which are narrow enough to accommodate the next person. Fes is also a city I particularly like. In retrospect, I feel that it is like life. There is always an unknown waiting for you, and it is always worth taking risks.
Now you don't need a visa to go to Morocco, it is more convenient to say go and go, it is very recommended to travel around Morocco in these cities, you will definitely fall in love with this beautiful country.
The red city of Marrakech is brick red
Marrakech, the entire city is brick-and-red building, the old town has many alleys, walking through the streets, walking and taking pictures, everywhere are photographed Good point, Morocco is a country that is suitable for taking pictures.
Safi is one of the oldest cities in Morocco, and the Portuguese fort built in the fifteenth century was preserved intact.
hides gentleness and enthusiasm, quiet blue and gentle yellow goose, which constitutes my entire memory of Safi. The owner of the roadside hand shop took a group photo with us, and then took a cup of Moroccan mint tea sitting in a small shop on the street, watching the crowds and the sea in the distance. It is a small friend who loves literature and art. city of.
The old town of Marrakech, also known as the Maid, is the city centre of Maraca, where ancient mosques and huge traditional markets are located, as well as countless restaurants and cafés, where you can spend a whole day and local When people shop together, they can also find a coffee shop on the roof, and like a visitor, hold a pot of mint tea to enjoy the sunset.