Morocco can be an especially romantic destination for a honeymoon. The cities of Fez, Essaouira and Chefchaouen, not to mention the magnificent Draa Valley and Dadès Valley, are magical places in which to celebrate your love.
Morocco only achieved independence in 1956, after having been under a French protectorate. The country afterwards experienced a period of tension with Algeria, and struggled to deal with various internal conflicts, which lasted until the creation of a new constitution in 2011.
Morocco is an exotic destination which appeals to all the senses. Don't believe that it's impossible to travel there due to a disability. On the contrary, the warm welcome of the Moroccan people should help you to overcome several obstacles, especially in terms of infrastructure.
Morocco boasts many artists. Cinematographers, painters, novelists, musicians or poets, don't hesitate to do some research before leaving so you can discover this fascinating culture ahead of your trip.
From the King, to comedians passing through actors and musicians, Morocco is brimming with multiple celebrities. It's quite common to see them during numerous summer festivals everywhere around the country.