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Tag: andalusian

  • Hotels

    Multi Hotels

    Zalagh Parc Palace - Few places in Morocco are more beautiful than Fez. Situated at the foot of the Atlas Mountains near Mount Tghat, the city enjoys breathtaking scenery. Striking peaks, green forests and refreshing Andalusian gardens are all a part of staying at the Zalagh Parc Palace. The hotel is located in one the city’s biggest palaces in the heart of the city, just minutes from the ...

  • Multi Hotels

    Menzeh Zalagh Hotel

    Situated just 10 kilometers from the airport in the heart of the more modern portion of Fez, the Menzeh Zalagh Hotel is a stunning mid-range hotel that offers convenience, quality and comfort. The hotel enjoys a great location in the midst of a very green and picturesque part of the city, yet it is not far from many of the city’s tourist attractions and the Fez Medina, so tourists will find ...

  • Hotels

    Sofitel Hotels

    Sofitel Marrakech Lounge & Spa - The Sofitel Marrakech Lounge and Spa hotel has been designed with the goal of providing guests with stylish and luxurious accommodation, while creating a retreat that rejuvenates and relaxes. Its contemporary Andualusian design and décor is enhanced by breathtaking gardens that surround the hotel, and all its services and facilities are focused on providing ...

  • Museums

    Antiquities

    The Museum of Antiquities is located in the village of Chefchaouen, in Tangier, and is found in what used to be the kitchens of the Sultan’s palace, Dar El Makhzen. Surrounding the museum is a beautiful Andalusian garden where visitors can walk and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. There is also a replica of an ancient necropolis, which is a large and elaborate cemetery that was used by ...

  • Culture

    Music

    Rhythms of Moroccan music One of the richest aspects of Morocco’s culture is its music. Made up of more than twenty-five different types, Moroccan music reflects the richness of its diversity and echoes its present and past history. Depending on which region of the country you visit, you will be sure to hear the sounds of Andalusian, Berber, Raï, Chaabi or Gnawa permeating the air.

  • Rabat-Salé-Zemmour-Zaer

    Rabat

    Rabat is home to the Moroccan government as well as a hub of traditional cuisine and architecture and much more. Well worth a visit! The Ville Nouvelle has beautiful modern French-built hotels. For a capital city, Rabat is very quiet and offers a number of excellent restaurants, clubs and pubs.