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Agadir - Agadir is all about the beach! The town is a nice example of modern Moroccan, but not much in the way of history or culture. Take the local bus for a few cents and go 2 or 3 villages North. The beaches are much better there and there are no burglars at all.
Amizmiz - With one of the largest Berber souks in the High Atlas Mountains every Tuesday, Amizmiz is a popular destination for travelers looking for a day trip that is easily accessible (about an hour) from Marrakech.

Asni - Starting point for treks into the High Atlas Mountains.

Casablanca - This modern city by the sea is a starting point for visitors flying into the country. If you have the time, both the historical medina and the contemporary mosque (the second largest in the world) are well worth an afternoon.

Chefchaouen - A mountain town just inland from Tangier full of white-washed winding alleys, blue doors, and olive trees, Chefchaouen is clean as a postcard and a welcome escape from Tangier reminding a Greek island.

Essaouira - An ancient sea-side town newly (re)discovered by tourists. From mid june to august the beaches are packed but any other time and you'll be the only person there. Good music and great people. Nearest Coast from Marrakech.

Fez - Fez is the former capital of Morocco and one of the oldest and largest medieval cities in the world.
Marrakech - Marrakech is a perfect combination of old and new Morocco. Plan to spend at least a few days wandering the huge maze of souqs and ruins in the medina. The great plaza of Djeema El Fna at dusk is not to be missed.

Meknes - A modern, laid back city that offers welcome break from the tourist crush of neighbouring Fez.
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Ouarzazate - Considered the Capital of the South, Ouarzazate is a great example of preservation and tourism that hasn't destroyed the feel of a fantastic and ancient city.

Rabat - The capital of Morocco; very relaxed and hassle-free, highlights include a 12th-century tower and minaret.

Rissani - This small oasis town lies near the northwest edge of the Sahara.

Tangier - Tangier is the starting point for most visitors arriving by ferry from Spain. An enigmatic charm which has historically attracted numerous artists (Matisse), musicians (Hendrix), politicians (Churchill), writers (Burroughs) and others (Malcolm Forbes) Taza

Tinerhir - This town is the perfect point of access to the stunning Todra Gorge.

Tetouan - Capital of the North of Morocco, has very beautiful beaches and is the gateway to the Rif Mountains.

Merzouga and M'Hamid - From either of these two settlements at the edge of the Sahara, ride a camel or 4x4 into the desert for a night (or a week) among the dunes and under the stars.

Taroudannt - Market town.
Asilah - A small beach town about an hour south of Tangier. This was the birthplace of current Morrocan president, and home of a great festival in August, with music and bazaars.

The Atlas Mountains - Visit the Atlas Mountains in summer for a day long hike or a week of trekking.

Stay Safe
All the usual common-sense travel safety applies:

Avoid dark alleys.
Travel in a group whenever possible.
Keep money and passports in a safety wallet or in a hotel safety deposit box.
Keep backpacks and purses with you at all times. Make sure there is nothing important in outside or back pockets.

Women will experience almost constant harassment if alone, but this is usually just cat-calls and (disturbingly) hisses. Don't feel the need to be polite--no Moroccan woman would put up with behaviour like that. Dark sunglasses make it easier to avoid eye contact. If someone won't leave you alone, look for families, a busy shop, or a local woman and don't be afraid to ask for help. If you are so inclined, you could wear a hijab (headscarf), but this is not necessary. Morocco can be a very liberal country and most Moroccan women do not wear headscarves. However, women should always dress conservatively (no low-cut tops, midriffs, or shorts) out of respect for the culture they are visiting. In cities, women can wear more revealing clothing but as a general rule they should follow the lead from local women. Locals will also assume that Moroccan women venturing into ville nouvelle nightclubs or bars alone are prostitutes in search of clientèle but foreign women entering such places will be not be so considered but will be thought of as approachable.

Be careful about being drugged, especially as a solo traveler. The common and easy-to-make drug GHB only lasts 3 hours and is undetectable in the body after 7 hours, so if you are attacked take action immediately. Do not trust room service if you are a solo traveler -- even older women can be targets for robbery and rape.

Hustlers can be a big problem for people travelling to Morocco, and Tangier in particular. It's often difficult to walk down the street without being accosted by somebody offering to give you directions, sell you something, etc. Your best bet is to politely refuse their services and keep walking, as all they are after is money. There are some legitimate tour guides, but just know that your guide will receive a commission on anything you buy while you're with them, so don't let yourself be pressured into purchasing anything you don't want.

Armed fighting in the disputed areas of the Western Sahara are less frequent now, but clashes between government forces and the Polisario Front still occur. Don't wander too far off the beaten path either, as this region is also heavily-mined.


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