Destinations to Explore During a Combined Spain & Morocco Tour

Are you guys planning for a combined Spain and Morocco tour? If yes, then you have landed on the right page. Here in this post, I am going to tell you about some top sightseeing destination in both Spain and Morocco. Both countries are exceptional in terms of their culture, tradition and sightseeing destinations. Let’s first start with Spain:

The Alhambra and Generalife Gardens, Granada:

It doesn’t matter how much you’ve read or how many images you’ve seen of Granda’s Alhambra palaces, this Moorish delight palace will still leave you mesmerized. The Alhambra complex includes many buildings, walls, towers, gardens, and a mosque, but it is the inexpressibly obscure stone carvings, the fragile filigrees, the splendid tile-lined roofs, the elegant arches, and tranquil courtyards of the Nasrid palace that’ll haunt your fantasies

The Great Mosque of Cordoba:

Once upon a time the main mosque of western Islam, Cordoba’s mosque is one of the biggest in the globe and the optimum accomplishment of Moorish architecture in Spain.

Cuenca:

Placed between Valencia and Madrid, Cuenca is an amazing instance of a medieval town, constructed on the sheer sides of a mountain. The numerous “hanging houses” are constructed right up to the cliff border, making Cuenca one of the most remarkable cities in Spain, a jewel in the county of Castilla La Mancha.

Ibiza:

If you love partying, then the Ibiza Island is the best place in Spain to make a visit. In fact, this isle is one of the most admired party destinations in entire Europe. Throughout the summer, the islet’s populace doubles as travelers flock here to relish the night clubs, restaurants and beach bars.

Well, now it’s the turn of Morocco. Let’s find out what Moroccan destinations allure the travelers most

Marrakesh Medina:

The bustling & pulsating buzz of Marrakesh Medina recapitulates Morocco for a lot of travelers. The historic town is entered from the huge plaza of Djemma el-fna Square where, it looks, half of the town congregates all through the day and into the sundown to mingle with the stall retailers, snake charmers, random acrobats and traditional musicians. Once inside the Medina, you get into a globe of maze-like paths and merchant hustle. It is an experience of full of noisy and colorful local life, and shouldn’t be missed on your Moroccan sightseeing trails.

Meknes:

Meknes is one of the 4 regal towns of Morocco and its name & fame are closely associated to that of Sultan Moulay Ismail. The Sultan casted Meknes into an imposing town in Spanish-Moorish style, enclosed by high fences with great entrances. While meekness is a regal town with so many historical monuments & natural sites it’s also the nearby town to the Roman relics of Volubilis.

Mamora Forest:

Placed in the neighborhood of Rabat, the Mamora Forest boasts a great number of cork trees alongside pine groves, eucalyptus trees and wild pear trees. The forest is an asylum for a broad range of bird & animal species and is a renowned hiking destination for nature lovers

Menara Gardens:

Placed in Marrakech the Menara Gardens is like a refuge in the bustling city. Originally constructed in the twelfth century, the gardens boast orchards of fruit trees, palm trees, and olive trees, and also irrigation canals and a man-made lake. The exhibition area overlooking the lake provides a stunning sight of the gardens & snow-covered Atlas Mountains in the distance.

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