The ingredients of Moroccan tourism

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tourism in Morocco

Tourism in Morocco is one of the engines of economic growth in the country, as the Ministry of Tourism was established in Morocco in 1985 to oversee the tourism activities in the country and improve the tourism sector in it, as tourists visit Morocco to learn about its culture and ancient history, in 2020 AD, Morocco was classified as the destination Africa’s first tourism destination, attracting more than 10,300,000 visitors.
Among the most prominent main tourist destinations in Morocco is the city of Marrakech, which attracted more than 2,000,000 visitors during the year 2020 AD, and some regions in Morocco such as the city of Fez and the historical city of Meknes were classified as UNESCO World Heritage Sites because of their historical importance, and most of the tourists who visit Morocco are from European countries such as Spain and France.

Means of transportation to Morocco

Many flights flying to Morocco are taking off continuously, as Morocco contains nearly 70 international airports spread over various cities of Morocco, which welcome flights from all parts of the world, taking care of the safety of visas and other details related to travelers, and it is also possible to move Inside Morocco and going to its beautiful cities by trains, and also going to Tunisia and Algeria.

The main sights

Fas city

Fez is the second largest city in Morocco, with a population of 1,112,072 people. The city also has an interesting history, as it was a prosperous center for the Jewish community in previous historical times, one of the imperial cities of ancient Morocco, and a famous commercial center, and Fez is a heritage site Worldwide for UNESCO.

Hassan II Mosque

The Hassan II Mosque was built to commemorate the 60th birthday of the former king, and it is located on a cliff above the ocean, and it is characterized by a minaret of 210 meters long, which represents the main landmark of the city. The doctrine made of cedar wood and mosaic of zellij, as well as it is possible to visit the mosque and wander inside it outside the prayer times, accompanied by many tourist guides who speak several languages.

The city of Volubilis

Volubilis is located in the middle of a fertile plain about 33 km north of the city of Meknes, and it is one of the ruined Roman cities that were greatly preserved, and among its most prominent features is the beautiful mosaic preserved in it, and it was declared as one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites in 1997

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