Museums in Morocco are doubly appealing: not only will you admire the collections on display, but you will also be stunned by the ancient palaces that house them and the richly decorated exhibition rooms that are works of art themselves.
Do not miss the Dar Batha of Fez, installed in a magnificent Arabo-Andalusian palace – make sure you visit the beautiful room dedicated to literature and books.
In Rabat, the Oudaia museum presents several rare pieces that trace the history of Morocco from prehistoric times to the Islamic era, while in Marrakech, the museum located in the heart of the medina, you will see several illuminated copies of the Koran, illustrating the riches of Arab calligraphy.
This museum also exhibits ceramics, jewellery and rare coins.
And in Meknes, the Jamai palace is an architectural marvel that houses the Dar Jamai museum where you will discover magnificent examples of Moroccan arts and crafts.
Culture and Sightseeing – City Tours – Whichever city you are in these tours will help to ensure you do not miss a thing.