Marrakech’s Vibrant Flair
From buzzing markets and colorful souks to intricately decorated riads, Marrakech remains Morocco's most vibrant city and a popular spot for tourists looking to soak up the country's lively culture.Filed under:
While Morocco is a predominantly Muslim country, it’s also contemporary in many ways; you’ll find women in hijabs (headscarves) and abayas (long flowing cloaks) alongside women in jeans. In Morocco, there’s freedom to practice one’s own religion, whatever it may be.
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