Exhibitor at ITTF Warsaw - Morocco
Morocco has many years of tradition seamlessly combined with modernity. For centuries, it has preserved its cultural heritage, which it uses as a lever for development. In Marrakech or the Medina, you'll experience the magnetic benefits of the unchanging rituals of the local community, while Guéliz and Hivernage offer state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure. The combination of modernity and tradition embodies the true strength of Morocco.
Morocco, a melting pot of dynasties and cultures
Each country has its own history: historical facts, events, and important milestones that have given the country real historical value. The history of the country is one of the events considered worth remembering, which applies perfectly to Morocco. With several dynasties that have followed each other over the years: the Idrisid dynasty, the Almoravid dynasty, the Almohad dynasty, the Merinid dynasty, the Saadian dynasty, and the Alaouite dynasty, Morocco has gained international recognition as a multicultural country, with several types of heritage recognized as World Heritage by UNESCO. Morocco is one of the favorite destinations for lovers of discovery, most fascinated by nature, history, the art of living, and Moroccan hospitality. The experiences gained while traveling around Morocco make them very happy with their stay.
The beauty of stones
From north to south, Morocco is known for its breathtaking architecture and interwoven history and legends. Fortified walls, medinas, minarets, monumental gates, and even ksars and kasbahs, the country is perfectly preserved. It allows you to discover the architectural treasures of Morocco.
Medina, a multicultural place
Despite its modern transformation, Morocco has never lost sight of its deep-rooted traditions. The magical medina is traditional Moroccan culture embedded in people's daily lives. The traditional medina, usually surrounded by walls, invites you to discover its innermost treasures along the winding narrow streets. Craft shops, fountains, mosques… Hundreds of people live and work within its ocher walls, passing their knowledge on to the next generation.
In Fes, Tetouan, Essaouira, and Marrakech, these car-free and best-preserved historic cities have quickly become world heritage. Whether in an imperial city, a coastal city, or in the mountains, Medinas will transport you back to history.
Explore the enigmatic old quarters and immerse yourself in their magical atmosphere.
Morocco is a wonderland of landscapes
At the crossroads of Europe and Africa, surrounded by the waters of the Mediterranean Sea and opening onto the vastness of the Atlantic Ocean, Morocco is a wonderland for nature lovers. This "land of the distant sunset", a place full of contrasts, with a history of two thousand years, will arouse your curiosity. In these lands, where several dynasties followed one another, you will discover the remains of the greatest Mediterranean civilizations. In the north of the country stand the Roman ruins of Volubilis.
In Rabat, elements of architecture are evidence of the presence of the ancient French. Elsewhere there are several treasures associated with Muslim civilizations: the Kasbah Oudayas and the verdant expanses of the Menara Gardens.
Between the sea and the mountains, desert sands, and green plains, stunning panoramas are displayed that shower you with tranquility and natural beauty; captivating vivid images with a richness of adventurous culture take you to nature's rawest.
Morocco has a long and rich history. Traces of the past are still alive from pre-Roman and Roman, Phoenician, ancient and prehistoric times, including dinosaur or rupestral traces. Everywhere they testify to the country's rich heritage and promise an enriching stay.
A gastronomic journey through Moroccan flavors
Morocco's culinary heritage includes the country's deep-rooted traditions and cultural diversity. Couscous, Tajine, Pastilla, Mrouzia, and R'fissa are some of the country's signature dishes that are irresistible. Subtly composed with a wide range of striking flavors and aromas, Moroccan cuisine draws its originality from the combination of Berber, Arab-Andalusian, and Jewish culinary traditions. With a rich cultural heritage specific to each region, Morocco has built an undisputed reputation around the world.
Many years of tradition
A rich country with a long-standing culture, Morocco is home to vibrant traditions preserved for generations. Each festival, ritual, or special gathering is a symbol of the country's living arts. Taste the traditional Moroccan experience in every corner during your stay.
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