by Mark Albert
Top Travel Tips in Two Minutes
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Hassan II Mosque (one of world’s tallest minarets)
Rick’s cafe (Casablanca)
Al Mounia (Casablanca)
Rabat: second place by CNN in its “Top Travel Destinations of 2013.”
Cooking class with HajarSmouni
In Casablanca, just steps from the corniche and the local train station (Casa Port), Mark stayed at the Sheraton Casablanca Hotel & Towers (full gym)
Many restaurants don’t take American Express, so have Visa, MasterCard, or cash on hand.
Also, it’s not always safe to walk in some areas at night. Click here for other key international travel tips.
Negotiate with the petite taxi driver before getting in the small red cabs OR insist on the meter in advance.
For more in-depth travel advice when visiting Morocco, check out the Moon Morocco guide on Amazon.com, written by The Voyage Report contributor Lucas Peters. Thank you for using our referral (“affiliate”) link to support our journalism.
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