The Sights and Smells of Morocco

From the moment you step foot into Djemaa el Fna, it is an assault on the senses! During the day, it is a little less chaotic, with only a few of the musicians, tea sellers and fruit stalls around and a random man with a monkey that you could have photos taken with. At night it truly comes alive, when the food stalls get cooking and the smell of spices pervades the night air. Musicians and acrobats abound, the sounds of drums emanating across the square. Its best to get a vantage point from one of the upstairs restaurants and have a bird’s eye view of the melting pot below.

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Charlie Bridger

Published by Charlie Bridger

By the age of five Charlie had already lived in three different countries including the UK and Thailand, and it's this experience that started a love for travelling that continues to this day. As one of On The Go Tours' longest serving members - she joined in 1999 - Charlie has enjoyed some of the world's most memorable experiences from riding the Trans-Siberian railway from Beijing to Moscow, sleeping out under the stars in the Sahara desert and scaling the heights of Mount Kilimanjaro. She continues to wow customers with her stories as part of our reservations team in London.

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