I too a day trip to this beautiful mountain village from fes . Showing the authentic culture of the mountain Moroccan people and there tradition for blue colour walls was mesmerising !
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I just loved walking around the old town and and popping into the shops, lots of beautiful handcraft. The people are very friendly and polite and don't hassle you if you don't want to buy anything, not like other places in the country! More than...More
ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PLACES ON THE PLANET EARTH. I love this city, everything about this city is score 10 (if that’s the highest). This charming little blue gem is a must visit if your destination is Morocco. I woke up early in the...More
I'd been told how quaint and picturesque this town was, and still it was even more so in person. So beautiful, with every building having various shades of blue haphazardly applied to sections in no particular order. Narrow, cobble-stoned, uneven pedestrian walkways in the old...More
We arranged our trip so that we were leaving Morocco from Tangier. Our last major stop was Fez so the day before we were leaving, we left Fez in the morning and hired a private cab to go to Chefchaouen. (You can take a much...More
The old city is fairly small and can be covered in a few hours even though you will likely be stopping often to take photos of this lovely part of the city.
Would I recommend a visit to this beautiful and interesting city? Yes, of course. But I would also caution that if you have any mobility issues, be warned that there are many many steps and the majority without handrails. I was on a ship excursion...More
The old city is small. It is also the only blue part and is heavily re-developed towards catering for tourists. However, what I love is the amount on offer for tourists to buy. Of all the places in the interior, this is the place to...More