Morocco

Tale prispevek je spisala moja 13 letna nečakinja Tiana.

Two years ago, my mom, our friend Manuela and I decided to go to Morocco. The capital city of Morocco is Rabat, but the most recognized cities are Casablanca and Marrakech.

Casablanca is also the largest town in Morocco and it has the most significant port. Marocco is also known for mint tea and Kus Kus.

Our journey began in Venice. We flew from Venice to Rome. In Rome, we had to wait for 6 hours because of bad weather. We went at the end of October so it was chilly. Then we flew to Casablanca where we stayed for 2 days.

We saw the 3rd biggest mosque in the world and the highest building in the state. It’s Mosque of Hassan the 2nd. Its ground is made of glass which is amazing.

We also toured their streets and street markets. We ate only local food like tagine. Everything was so good and very inexpensive. Weird thing is that

We even went to Rick cafe. Inside we could watch the movie Casablanca which was made in the same cafe.

Then we went to Marrakech. The best way was by train. After 4 hours we arrived.

Marrakech is divided into two parts of the city. Medina is the oldest and the most historic one. Other one is the latest with hotels and shopping centers.

2 days later we went back to Casablanca. Marrakech is a very beautiful city with a lot of ocher yellow buildings. And it has the best mint tea.

In the opposite direction, Casablanca is dirtier, but also it feels more like home. And coffee, as my mom said, was way better than in Marrakech. Of course locals were very nice too.

The last day was very exhausting. Our plane went straight to Venice so it was faster. We had a lot of fun and we highly suggest it.

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