Tangier – Café Hafa
In the past when Tangier used to be an international zone without any particular laws, this city in northern Morocco attracted writers, poets and other artists from all around the world. One of the places they went to create is a fascinating café built right on the shore with a beautiful view of the Atlantic Ocean. When you order, make sure you don’t forget the local mint tea. It is delicious.
Marrakech – Jemaa el-Fnaa
This square became the main center of the desert city of Marrakech. Here, you will find stands with traditional food, cosmetic products, souvenirs but also local street artists and musicians. After strolling around, I suggest to go grab a cup of coffee at one of the local restaurants with a terrace. You will be able to see this stunning place from another perspective.
Salé – Riad Marlinea
One of the things I love about the Moroccan culture the most is staying in a riad. A riad is a traditional family house where rooms are offered to travelers to stay. Usually, it is a fantastic opportunity to see how people in Morocco live and see how beautiful local architecture can be.
If you find yourself in Rabat or Salé, head to Salé Medina which is charming itself. Deep in the narrow alleys you will find this beautiful house with reasonable prices.