Moroco is a country in North Africa with a coastline on both the Mediterranean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. The country is mainly comprised of Arabs and Berbers. Some segments of Moroccans are descendants of Spain and Portugal refugees who fled from the Christian reconquest of the Ibearian Peninsula in the 15th century. The biggest event in Morocco is Ramadan, a period during which muslims fast during the day and break the fast at sunset. The event culminates into a holiday called Eid al-Fitr.
Getting in and out
There are 11 major airports in Morocco, where the Marrakesh Menara Airport and Tangier Airport are the main airports that links flights to all major international airports in Western Europe. Morocco also has a rail transportation system which is operated by ONCF.
Morocco is an excellent tourist destination with stunning mosques, Roman ruins, mountains and the Sahara Desert. Cities in Morocco are among the most exciting places to visit in Africa; from the rocky deserts medinas, to the Carnivalesque street theatre in Marrakesh and the modern city of Casablanca...While at Morocco, be sure to hike up Atlas, camel trek in the desert and shop in the souqs.