Morocco: Recommendations & 2 week itinerary

My Morocco itinerary (click the links to see the blog posts): Day 1-5MarrakechDay 5-7EssaouiraDay 7-8:MarrakechDay 8-10:A night in the Sahara DesertDay 10-12:FezDay 12-14:Chefchaouen – The blue CityDay 14:Transport from Chefchaouen to MarrakechDay 15:Marrakech Koutoubia mosque in Marrakech Initially I had planned to travel to Morocco on my own as none of my friends had time to join me. However,... Continue Reading →

Chefchaouen – The blue City

Chefchaouen is said to be the most beautiful city in Morocco and I can only agree to that. Once you enter the Medina, almost all the paths, walls and houses are blue. The town is small and cute and it's surrounded by mountains. View from the restaurant "Bab Ssour" We had lunch in the restaurant... Continue Reading →

Fes

After a long taxi drive starting in the desert in Merzouga I finally arrived to Fes. In the moment of getting off the taxi I was hit by the extreme heat. I thought Marrakech was hot with 37°C but it was nothing compared to Fez with 42°C. I tried to ask the driver to bring... Continue Reading →

A Night in the Sahara

The sand dunes of the Sahara Desert and the dromedary ride was what I most looked forward to in my Morocco trip. I booked a 3 day and 2 nights tour from Marrakech to Merzouga and spent one night in a desert camp surrounded by sand dunes. Sand Dunes Erg Chebbi Day 1 The tour... Continue Reading →

Essaouira

Essaouira is a little fishing village and way more calm than Marrakech. After four days in Marrakech it was wonderful to be in a more quiet place. The alleys of the Medina are pretty with little shops and restaurants. There's also a beach and a harbour for fishing boats. We stayed at the Atlantic Hostel,... Continue Reading →

Marrakech

Marrakech is a bustling city in the south-west of Morocco and it's an extremely popular tourist destination. Many assume that Marrakech is the capital of Morocco, while it is actually Rabat. Koutoubia Mosque The first hassle you will encounter is arguing with the taxi drivers at the airport about the fare to the Medina (=... Continue Reading →

How to combine Studies & Travel

I have been a student for almost three years now. In 2018 I travelled to five different continents. People always ask me "How do you do that?" I don't really understand the question, because it's actually not that hard. These are the main aspects you have to consider: Time & Study All students have to study... Continue Reading →

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