I'll go with:
Is it a good Itinerary? any suggestions?
thanks a lot beautiful people : )
Marrakesh is great, book a few days for it! Make sure to try the local food at Jemaa el fna
square. I like Casablanca but most people don't, it's rather modern. I'd recommend going for a day or two to one of the smaller towns by the ocean, just for the atmosphere (if that's your thing), As-Sawira is really nice for that.I'm sure you will have a great time, it's one of my favourite countries and the people are very nice!
A word of advice: If you don't speak French you might want to carry a phrasebook with you. 7 months agoAnswered by Anna via WorldNomads.com
Marrakesh, Rabat, Tanja, Agadir, Maknes, Casablanca 7 months agoAnswered by Ione sauer via WorldNomads.com
Marrakech and Chefchaouen are a must see, I'd recommend doing one of the desert tours from Marrakech which takes you up and over the atlas mountains and into the Sahara, visiting a few towns along the way.
In Casablanca you can visit the worlds third largest mosque there and there is a large art deco quarter if you're into architecture, but I found it to be both stressful and tedious at the same time, and I was staying with a local!
I have not heard good things about Fez or Rabat from travellers, however if you're heading south check out Essoauira and Agadir. 7 months agoAnswered by Dom via WorldNomads.com