Ryanair is selling crazy cheap flights from Stuttgart, Germany to Marrakech, Morocco from only €4 round-trip!
Morocco is one of the most diverse countries in Africa, with high mountains, sweeping Sahara desert and rugged coastline. This fabulous destination will definitely amaze you with its magical cities and unspoiled nature.
Be sure to try the local cuisine! You’ll get the chance to savour some of the finest Moroccan delicacies, including the hearty stews and grilled meats. Taste the colourful salads, aromatic “chackchouka” ragout and typical homemade bread. Enjoy the famous Berber lamb “tagine”, a spicy stew of meat and vegetables that has been simmered for many hours in a conical clay pot.
Almost all Moroccan restaurants uphold the tradition of serving “couscous” on Fridays. This probably the best known Moroccan meal is made from semolina grains steamed and with meat and vegetables. The fantastic mint tea that usually ends the meal, served in a small glass with a generous helping of sugar.
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Situated 16 minutes’ walking distance from Djemaa El Fna Place in Marrakech, Riad Haj Thami features an onsite restaurant and free WiFi throughout the property. All rooms come with a flat-screen TV and game console. Each room has a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find free toiletries and a hairdryer. There is a 24-hour front desk, a shared kitchen, hairdresser’s, and gift shop at the property.
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