Morocco: A country full of marvel, contrasting architecture and people. Travel through Medina's, endless dunes and warm beaches, step back in time with awesome architecture and mingle with a colourful and vibrant culture. A holiday in Morocco is an adventure with lasting memories. Below are some of Morocco's best locations to visit and an overview guide.
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|Some of what you will see in Morocco.
Portuguese Fort Essaouria
Street spice seller in Marrakech
Medina market in Marrakech
Ait Benhaddou fortified city
Moroccan Spice Market
Essaouira Fishing Harbour
Leather Tanneries in Fes
High Atlas Valley View
Typical Moroccan back street
Traditional Tajine Cuisine
Morocco is full of eastern promise with a wide cultural structure. While most tourists arrive at Mohammed V International Airport Casablanca, final destinations are normally much further away to the holiday hot spots like Fez, Agadir or Marrakech. The people are very friendly though expect to be propositioned by the street hustlers to buy this or that or visit a shop . Also watch out for the taxis from the airport, they inflate prices up to six times for tourists, so be prepared to barter. Anything over 150 dirhams is a rip off.
Economy of Morocco:
Agriculture is one of the main pillars of the Moroccan economy, accounting for 17% of the country’s GDP. Morocco is one of the largest producers of olives and citrus fruits in the world. It also has a significant fishing industry and is one of the top suppliers of sardines. The country has also been successful in developing its tourism industry and the number of tourists visiting the country each year has been steadily increasing.
The manufacturing sector is another major contributor to the Moroccan economy. The country is home to several large multinational companies that have invested heavily in the country’s manufacturing sector. Morocco is also home to several free trade zones that have attracted foreign investors.
The Moroccan government has been successful in diversifying its economy and developing new industries. It has implemented a number of policies to encourage foreign investment and promote economic growth. The government has also put in place policies to improve the country’s infrastructure and develop its human capital.
Morocco has a strong currency and its economy has been growing steadily in recent years. The country is seen as a regional leader and it has been successful in attracting foreign investment. The government has implemented a number of reforms in recent years to improve the country’s business environment and promote economic growth.
Overall, Morocco has been successful in diversifying its economy and achieving impressive economic growth over the past decade. The country has a strong currency and its economy has been growing steadily in recent years. The government has implemented a number of reforms in recent years to improve the country’s business environment and promote economic growth.
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