Morocco's cultural heritage is characterized by different peoples and cultures which provide an exciting mix of architecture and spices. Morocco is for many perhaps most emblematic of the Orient with its fabric and leather coloring, the red-hot desert sun and the crowded bazaars filled with exotic fragrances, veiled women, and beautiful crafts.


The culture has been influenced by Muslims, Arabs and Berbers as well as Frenchmen. Even today, many languages are spoken here and the heritage is clearly visible in both the architecture and traditions. The country is generally dry and hot, but the climate varies in the surroundings of the mountains. Experience everything from scorching desert heat to the snowcapped peaks of the Atlas Mountains.

Morocco’s biggest cities

Casablanca has the largest port in North Africa and is the home port for the Royal Moroccan Navy. The city has both Arab neighborhoods as well as European settlements and is known for one of the biggest film classics of American cinema – Casablanca with Bogart and Bergman. Rabat is the center of French culture and the capital and home to the royal family. Marrakech is known as the “Pearl of the South” and is on UNESCO’s World Heritage List thanks to its old city, the medina.

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