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Study Trips : Marrakech – Tangier – Chefchaouen
Marrakech – The Red City (1st week)
You will be able to admire all the architectural richness of the Medina, upon visiting one of its many riads, small oriental palaces overlooking a beautiful patio. You can also relax and recharge at the Menara, a vast garden with an emblematic basin. Marrakech shower its visitors by its splendor and its diversity, you just have to leave the ramparts to be immersed in modern Morocco. The districts of Gueliz and Hivernage offer the most modern infrastructures, luxury boutiques and international ready-to-wear stores, which all contribute to Marrakech’s unique offering.
Tangier – The Cosmopolitan City (2nd Week)
Tangier is a little bit of everything – an architectural hodgepodge of Middle Eastern inspired temples, Byzantine Era cobblestone streets, Grecian whitewashed homes, and many other multicultural influences. Moreover, it’s the perfect entry point into Morocco, with regular ferries from Spain to Tangier. Tangier has a lot of international influence as a result of colonization by the Spanish, French, British and others. As Tangier was once considered an international zone, it is home to a unique cocktail of culture and architecture.
Chefchaouen – The Blue Diamond (2nd Week)
Built on a mountainside, Chefchaouen is a city with a special vibe. Its unique charm gives an impression of unreality. With its blue-rinsed houses, the whole city seems to be bathed in azure.
More than just an ornament, the beautiful Chefchaouen brims with attractions. Its heritage is rich. The inescapable Medina with its famous narrow winding alleys, is an opportunity to mingle with the local population, and to smell and taste delights: from freshly baked bread to skillfully prepared tagines. There is also the Kasbah which stands in the middle of the old quarter: its lush gardens, located in the center of the city, are a haven of freshness. Its museum, which is home to a collection of old weapons, some photos of the city, and textiles, is must-see.