Flights to Morocco
Explore a world where European, African and Arab cultures unite when you book a flight to Morocco with Condor airlines. The Islamic influence is obvious in the architecture, which features brilliant tile work and intricate geometric patterns. European styles were introduced by the French, the result of colonization. Book your flights to Morocco and discover all the beauty and charm of this exotic and enticing destination in Africa.
There are many reasons to book a flight to Morocco. Casablanca is one of the most famed cities on the Mediterranean and well worth a visit. Marrakesh is renowned for its lively night market and impressive architecture. The mountainous interior is spectacularly beautiful and well worth a trek out on foot, on bike, or by car. Don't wait to book your cheap flight to Morocco.
With Condor airlines, travellers have two destinations to choose from when they book their flights to Morocco. The first of these is Marrakesh, which is located in the centre of the country. The second is Agadir, which is located on the Atlantic coast southwestern of the country. Flights to Morocco can originate from a large number of airports spread throughout Europe.
Flights to Morocco landing in Marrakesh will arrive at the Marrakesh Menara Airport. This international facility serves mainly European flights as well as others from the Arab world. As a modern airport, it handles around 3 million passengers each year. Those whose flights to Morocco land in Agadir will arrive at Agadir Al Massira Airport, which has become increasingly popular with tourists from Europe.
Top sights in Morocco
For a good look into Morocco's ancient past, the city of Meknes is a good choice. One of the four imperial cities under the sultan's rule, it features Spanish-Moroccan architecture with tall walls and mighty gates. It's not far from the Roman city of Volubilis, where you can explore the ruins.
Be sure to check out Chefchaouen, a mountain city in the northeastern section of Morocco. The whitewashed houses with arresting blue hues make a dramatic setting against the mountains in the background. This is an excellent place to buy local handicrafts that are not available elsewhere.
While in Morocco, venture out into the Sahara desert and see the Erg Chebbi Dunes. This area of the desert is particularly striking due to the orange colour of the sands. The dunes here can tower over 150 metres high! Camel rides are a popular mode of transportation here.
Be sure to visit Fes and take in the old world splendour of the nearly intact medieval city. Surrounded by high walls, you can step back in time and meander through the bustling streets. No cars are allowed here, so people and goods are transported by donkeys or motorbikes.
No visit to Morocco is complete without a visit to the Djemaa El-Fna, the Marrakesh night market. During the day you'll find snake charmers and other vendors, but as the sun sets and night descends, the crowds grow and you'll find all sorts of food and other offerings for sale.