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This old town is charming, a visual delight. Wander into artisan stores (and haggle over prices on handmade crafts and rugs while sipping on mint tea), nibble on homemade breads and sweets, marvel at all shades of blue, have a meal at a local spot,...More
We toured Chefchaouen as part of a private tour with Tangier Tours (Idrissi) and were so pleased we did. Chefchaouen is a vision of blue. We spent our day touring the alleys, nooks and crannies of this old town. My whole family (husband, me, and...More
It rained while we were here most of our 2 day stay, but it was so beautiful, it didn't matter. Well worth the long drive from Fez through the stunningly gorgeous country side. Just wander the streets and stare at the world of blue.
I have been to Morocco twice now. The first trip I went to Fez, Casablanca, Marrakesh and spent some time in the Atlas Mountains. This last trip was spent in Chefchaouen and Tanger. I really enjoyed Chefchaouen. It is an incredibly beautiful city, easy to...More
Everywhere you look is a photo opportunity so be sure to bring your cameras. Residents love the travelers; they are as interested in you as you are with them. Don't be afraid to start a conversation; especially with the children.
It's not just a handful of streets, it is the entire town in a range of blue, purple ad turquoise hues. Absolutely stunning. It is the most relaxing and serene atmosphere, you simply walk around just smiling.
This old blue town is beautiful, but it's clear that painting the houses blue has become more of a tourtist attraction than a tradition. The best was taking a hike into the mountains from the town, past the outdoor laundry spot on the river, and...More
Response from Sundancer93003 | Reviewed this property |
It is quite small. It depends how much shopping you want to do. The locals who have something to sell will not leave you alone for a second! They are very, very pushy. I think an hour or two is plenty of time.
Response from Parsbanou | Reviewed this property |
It's not that big. You wont even need a full day but it extremely depend on you yourself and how you enjoy visiting such places but try every (and I mean every) alley or path as you will enjoy every inch of this blue town!