Located on the northwest corner of the African continent, Morocco is a fascinating destination full of rich cultural experiences, great art, and beautiful landscapes. Known as the “North African Garden,” Morocco benefits from its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. Cooling currents of water vapor support agriculture and keep the sands of the Sahara Desert at bay. Along the coast lies Casablanca, a port city and commercial hub. Here Moorish architectural styles blend with European art deco. Marrakesh sits inland along ancient trading routes. Its famous bazaar remains a hub for traders and meeting place for cultures. Ouarzazate is a well-known film location, featuring in numerous Hollywood movies. In the northern port of Tangier, visitors from Spain and elsewhere in Europe disembark from the many ferries. Morocco is one of the world’s great travel destinations. Venturing here you will quickly discover why.
Located in Morocco, Sahara was formed about 2.5 million years ago. The desert is one of the least welcoming places for regular habitation on earth and the second largest wilderness only to Antarctica. The desert attracts visitors with its vast sea of sand, exquisite dunes, and charming desert customs. Visitors can ride a camel or a four-wheel drive vehicle to explore the desert.
Originally known as Jardin Majorelle, Yves Saint Laurent was once a private villa built by the French artist Jacques Majorelle, and was later bought and lived by French fashion guru Yves Saint Laurent for several years. Now open to Marrakech's popular attractions, the park is full of rare plants, surrounded by a blue villa, as well as the tombstones of Eve Saint Laurent and a small cafe.
The Rick cafe is found in Casablanca and was copied from the coffee shop in Casablanca in 1942, translated as "Netherlands Spies". The film stars Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart and is set against the backdrop of World War II. It tells the story of the spies that lived during the war and love that took place at Rick's Cafe.