FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION AND MOVEMENT IN MOROCCO
Agadir has about 300 sunny days, so you can enjoy the sun on its beaches almost all year round.
Direct flights to Morocco
You can get to Morocco from Finland by direct flights. In the winter of 2018, Norwegian will fly to Marrakech 1-2 times and to the coastal city of Agadir once a week. Direct flights to Agadir will continue until March 30, 2019. The direct flight takes about 5-6 hours.
Both Agadir and Marrakech also offer cheap package tours. Trips are offered by, among others, Matkapörssi. A week’s holiday in Morocco is at its cheapest for as little as € 300.
Stay at a hotel or Riyadh
In major cities such as Rabat, Tangier, Casablanca, Marrakech and Fez, tourists will find overnight stays from side to side. In smaller locations, supply and price range may be narrower.
The level of accommodation varies from cheap hostels to hotels with pool sections. If you want to enjoy local yöpymiskulttuurista, can stay at the riad, a traditional Moroccan house with an interior courtyard.
The hotels are reasonably priced and you can get a good hotel for 40-80 euros. The cheapest room for a riad is 30-40 euros per night.
Trips are folded by train or bus
Short for MAR by abbreviationfinder, Morocco’s punctual and safe train network is hailed as one of the best in Africa defined on countryaah. Trains run from the north only to Marrakech. The journey from Marrakesh to the southern parts of the country is folded by buses, which are also relatively high quality and inexpensive.
For example, a bus trip from Agadir to Marrakech folds in less than three hours and costs twenty euros.
Shorter trips can be reached by taxi, in which case it is worth agreeing on the price in advance.
Djemaa el Fna Market is the heart of Marrakech’s old town and the site of many exotic adventures.
A tourist who is thirsty for culture, exoticism and local customs should head to Marrakech. Marrakech’s Medina, or Old Town, is a maze of adventure and souvenirs. In the bazaars of the Old Town you can bargain for gifts very cheaply.
With a population of about one million, Marrakech is a surprising city where anything can happen. For the adventurous traveler, Marrakech’s Old Town Bazaar offers endless things to explore, with not only souvenirs but also delicious Moroccan restaurants and interesting buildings in its mazes.
In the central square of the Medina, Djemaa El Fna, on the other hand, has an everyday show where snake enchanters, monkey breeders and traders showcase their skills and products.
Marrakech is also well-suited for fashion-conscious travelers, as you can follow in the footsteps of French fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent in Marrakech. You can see the designer’s handprint in a museum dedicated to the designer, among other things.
For those interested in history, there is also plenty to do, as in Marrakech you can also experience the splendor of the past. In addition to the old town, the city has several ornate palaces.
With more than 400,000 residents, Agadir is located on the Atlantic coast in southern Morocco. The town with its beach boulevards and pool hotels is ideal for a relaxing beach holiday. The city in particular is known for its surf-friendly waves and clean beaches. Pretty close to the city is also another surfer favorite destination, Taghazout.
Agadir has an average of 300 days of sunshine and a beach to the west. If you plan to watch spectacular sunsets over the Atlantic, Agadir is the right place for romantic evening walks on the beach.
The city is a modern travel destination, and especially for a tourist who is excited about cultural shock, it is a soft landing for Moroccan culture.
Agadir’s ten-kilometer beach is the second longest in Morocco. The beach is also home to the Corniche promenade and the new Marina, which offer things to do in numerous restaurants and shops.
The most famous attraction in Casablanca in northern Morocco is the Hassan II Mosque. The huge mosque is just a reason to visit the city, but Casablanca, famous for its songs and movies, has more to see.
Known for its trade and business, you can go shopping, visit the small old town and relax on the city’s beaches.
THE BEST OF MOROCCO
Souk al Had is one of Agadir’s most renowned sites. On the 11-hectare market, it is possible to buy fabrics and carpets, among other things.
The best to do, see and experience in Morocco
- Medinats or old towns with their bazaars
- Beach holidays and surfing
- Moroccan cuisine with tags
- Colorful mosaics, ornate buildings and pretty ornaments
- Hiking in the Atlas Mountains