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The " Blue City " of Morocco ...

SALIM FEZ GUIDE offers a variety of day trips to regions beyond Fez with English speaking drivers. Discover the historic sites of Meknes and the ancient ruins of Volubilis, or explore the breathtaking scenery of the Middle Atlas Mountains, Sefrou with Bhalil, and the heart of the Rif Mountains in Chefchaouen, also known as the ‘Blue City’ of Morocco. Don’t miss the chance to sample the local goat’s cheese and wander through the charming blue and white-washed Medina. Whether you’re traveling solo, as a couple, with friends or family, SALIM FEZ GUIDE can accommodate your needs and make your visit to Morocco unforgettable

Chefchaouen, also known as Chaouen by Moroccans, is a highly sought-after tourist destination due to its convenient location near Tangier and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. Chefchaouen is known for the distinctive shape of its mountain peaks, which resemble two horns, also known as “Achewen” or “Ichawen” in Berber. One of the most notable features of Chefchaouen is its blue-tinted houses and buildings.

The town’s main square, home to the 18th-century Kasbah, central mosque, and authentic Moroccan-style cafes, is the hub of activity in Chefchaouen. The market is bustling with traditional Moroccan and tourist souvenirs, and the quaint medina is a delight to explore on foot.

The charming Jewish quarter, located behind the jewelry souk, has a unique character that sets it apart from the rest of the town. A leisurely stroll through the surrounding countryside provides a serene contrast to the hustle and bustle of the main town.

Whether you are seeking a calm day of sightseeing or a more comprehensive visit to Chefchaouen, it is an ideal destination for travelers looking to unwind and explore at their own pace.

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