Morocco Handbook, 6thby Julius Honnor
From imperial cities to Atlantic fortress towns, medinas to mint tea, Footprint's fully revised and updated 6th edition to Morocco guides you round the land that has intrigued travelers for centuries. Whether you want to go trekking high into the Atlas mountains, shop in the souks, or soak up some sun, this new edition has detailed coverage of it all, plus thorough accommodation listings, where to eat and drink and all the best sights. The heart of the guide is divided by region, giving comprehensive information on Marrakech & Essaouira, High Atlas, Fes, Meknes & Middle Atlas, the Desert & Gorges, Agadir & the South, Rabat, Casablanca & the Atlantic coast, Tangier & the North and East Morocco. Each region has an overview map which includes 'Don't miss' destinations, local information on how to get around, detailed street maps where relevant, and an Essentials section with information on banks, embassies, emergency services and local festivals. Detailed listings on where to sleep, eat and play are provided for every destination within each region, enabling you to have an even better travel experience. · Essentials section with tips on getting there and around· Our recommended itineraries to help you plan your trip whether you're travelling for one week or four · Accommodation listings for every budget from riads and guesthouses to hotels and mountain huts· Detailed street maps for important towns and cities· Full-color mini atlas section to help you plan your trip and get your bearings· Trekking routes and other adventure sports in and around Morocco's mountain ranges· Where to buy the best babouches, carpets, ceramics, leatherwork and all manner of things in this shopper's paradise· Best activities, including desert safaris, trekking, climbing and surfing Packed with information on all the main attractions as well as detailed information on the dozens of activities and adventures that will help you get off the beaten track, Footprint's Morocco Handbook will take you to the heart of this intriguing country.
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Fes is spectacular, but not as immediately attractive as Marrakech. Unlike the capital of the South, a crossroads for caravans and peoples, Fes is more secretive, its old ways hidden behind the cliff-like walls of its alleyways. Its sights are not easily discovered and several days are really necessary to take in the city’s atmosphere.
Meet the Author
Julius Honnor is a travel writer and photographer based in London. He has written and updated several books for Footprint, including Footprint's Bolivia and various bits of Italy. He first visited Morocco in the early 1990s. Having grown up on the edge of Dartmoor, he was initially attracted by its big open spaces; he now finds Morocco's narrow winding streets equally intriguing. More from Julius at juliushonnor.com.
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