1. Marrakesh's Medina
Experience the old-world charm of Marrakesh's Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site. From the bustling souks to the stunning Koutoubia Mosque, the Medina is an assault on the senses. The entry is free, but guided tours are available for around 200-500 MAD depending on the group size.
2. Jardin Majorelle, Marrakesh
This vibrant botanical garden, once owned by fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, is a feast for the eyes. It's a tranquil retreat from the bustling city. Entry is priced at 70 MAD.
3. Bahia Palace, Marrakesh
The Bahia Palace is a masterpiece of Moroccan architecture. With its stunning gardens and ornate interiors, it's a must-visit. Entry costs 10 MAD.
4. Hassan II Mosque, Casablanca
One of the world's largest mosques, Hassan II Mosque is a striking piece of architecture that towers over the Atlantic Ocean. Non-Muslim visitors can join a guided tour for 120 MAD.
5. Rick's Café, Casablanca
Live the magic of the movie "Casablanca" at Rick's Café. While meal prices vary, expect to pay about 350-500 MAD for a meal and live music experience.
6. Fes el Bali, Fes
This medieval city offers narrow streets filled with artisanal goods and food markets. Entry is free, but a guided tour (150-300 MAD) can help navigate this intricate labyrinth.
7. Chouara Tannery, Fes
Observe the traditional leather tanning process at the Chouara Tannery. Access is through leather shops surrounding the tannery and it's usually free, but tipping the shop owner or guide is expected.
8. Chechaouen (The Blue City)
Stroll through the blue-painted streets of this enchanting city nestled in the Rif Mountains. There's no entry fee, but a guided tour costs around 100-200 MAD.
These Roman ruins, a UNESCO World Heritage site, offer a window into Morocco's ancient past. Entry costs 20 MAD, and a guided tour is around 100 MAD.
10. Atlas Mountains
Take a hike in the beautiful Atlas Mountains. Pricing for guided tours varies depending on length and difficulty, with day hikes starting at around 600 MAD.
11. Erg Chebbi, Sahara Desert
Experience a camel trek and spend the night under the stars in a desert camp in Erg Chebbi. Prices start from 500 MAD per person for a camel trek, with overnight stays from 1000 MAD.
12. Legzira Beach
Marvel at the stunning natural arches of Legzira Beach. There's no entry fee, but local tour guides offer their services for a small tip.
13. Kasbah of the Udayas, Rabat
This historic fort offers panoramic views over the Bou Regreg River and the city of Rabat. Entrance is free.
14. Mausoleum of Mohammed V, Rabat
This architectural masterpiece houses the tombs of Moroccan king Mohammed V and his two sons. Entry is free.
15. The Medina of Tetouan
Explore the narrow alleyways of Tetouan's Medina, a UNESCO World Heritage site, known for its distinct Hispanic-Moorish character. Entry is free, but guided tours are recommended.
16. Caves of Hercules, Tangier
Located just 14 km west of Tangier, these sea caves offer a glimpse into the mythology of Hercules. Entry is about 5 MAD.
No matter where you go in Morocco, you're sure to find beauty, history, and adventure. With its rich cultural heritage and diverse landscapes, it truly has something for everyone. Be sure to plan your visit according to your budget, time constraints, and personal interests. Happy exploring!