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Chefchaouen – or Chaouen, as it is often called by Moroccans – is a popular tourist destination because of its proximity to Tangier and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta. There are approximately two hundred hotels catering to the summer influx of European tourists. One distinction possessed by…
any other Moroccan town I’ve visited. Instead of vendors inviting you to their shops, you’ll find quiet men waiting for you to ask them about a price. Streets are be filled with locals enjoying their days and echoing laughter from the children playing ball. You can definitely try to get lost and…
The blue city boast personality and tranquility from holding peacocks, patting ostriches, cafes with tables literally in the water, fresh juices and food this was definitely one of the highlights of Morocco form me.
One of my favourite places so far... Leave the car in Algeciras, take a 20€ and 30min ferry (who cares?) to Tanger and then take a taxi straight to Chefchaouen village (don't pay more than 40€ for the ride). No need of hostel reservation or anything, you will end up renting a 2 floor amazing flat…
Known as the blue city. Beautiful winding streets and alleys with a myriad of goods from cloths to rugs to bags- all in that Moroccan syle!
Chefchaouen in ervaringen op Airbnb
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