Chefchaouen is the most instagrammable city in Morocco. It’s a very beautiful small town with overall majestic mountains and blue walls. This town is rich in beauty. This town was established in the year 1471 when Jewish and Moorish people fled here in order to escape the Reconquista of Spain.
In this beautiful blue town, there is much to see and do. So here our guide to find the best in Chefchaouen.
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This town has so many little stories as well as hidden finds. Before visiting this place it is important for you to read the guide before visiting there. There are various majestic walls and gates of the town who shows its rich history.
Old city and Medina
One of the biggest attraction for tourist in this city is the shopping. Shopping attracts various visitors n the year at this place. After exploring maze-like streets, blue walls think about shopping here you will love the leather products here and for this only Chefchaouen is best known for.
You can view the natural scenery of Chefchaouen which surrounds the town. From the town, you will get the taxi which takes you to the tourist trail from where after 10 minutes of beautiful walk you will lead to the waterfalls. The crystal blue water will amaze you and it’s rock pools will let you end completely the day.
If you are a true nature lover then this place is best for you to visit in Chefchaouen. You can hike the beautiful mountains here and also take panoramic views from the above of the mountains.
Plaza Uta el-Hammam
Every city and town has its own square and this town is no exception. There is a fusion between Spanish and Arab influences called Plaza Uta el-Hammam. You can get the fanatic food here and also come across a wide range of restaurants. It is also a great place for relaxing along with admiring mountains.
The Mosque in Morocco culture is a must sight to visit. This mosque is not only beautiful but also one of the biggest mosques in the world. This mosque is very popular among visitors of Chefchaouen. Its stunning architecture will remind you of the 15th-century gorgeous architectures.
It is also the most important building in the town and only Muslims are allowed to enter this Mosque.