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The land of spices and Saharan deserts, intriguing culture and endless sand beach fronts. Morocco puts a new spin on mid-haul holidaying with some incredible resorts to boot.
- Flight time: Approx 4 hours
- Passport & Visa: No visa required for UK passport holders
- Currency: Moroccan Dirham
- Time Zone: GMT+01:00
- Language: Arabic
An ancient land of nomadic traders with enthralling traditions, Moroccans like nothing better than to pass the time with a refreshing Moroccan tea. Explore the maze-like medina and atmospheric streets for a taste of Moroccan culture with the melodic sounds of the call to prayer in the air and remember to leave your shoes at the door.
Step foot into Morocco and there is no doubt you will be offered a refreshingly minty glass of Moroccan tea. A dish you will find in most places is Tajine, which can include lamb or mutton with prunes and almonds, or chicken with olives and lemon. Kebabs such as brochettes or kefta are also commonplace along with fish and of course couscous.
With mild winters and scorching summer temperatures, Morocco is the perfect place to jet off to for some much-needed sun. In-land areas such as Marrakech have sun-filled days year-round, with summer temperatures easily reaching the late 30's and some hotter days exceeding 45°C.
Things to do
Visit the enthralling medina of Marrakech to try your hand at haggling and wonder at the kaleidoscopic array of items to purchase. For dedicated walkers, the High Atlas is one of the most incredible mountain ranges in the world, whilst the Djemaa el Fna Street Theatre will satisfy culture seekers.
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