The leave-taking point is going to be the blue city of the north. From Tangier.
As you enter the Rif Mountainous chain, the attractive white and blue walls and construction of Chefchaouen appear in front of you. It is really a noteworthy urbain panorama.
To get familiar with the mystery of the city, a guided expedition will make your visit more interesting.
The museum of the kasabah is going to be our first stop by. It was built in 1471.
At the time being the kasabah has been categorized as a momentous building reflecting the immense bulwark of that time.
The museum’s roof remains an appropriate location for taking pictures of the Hispanic flavored town with its white and blue houses, little balconies, tiled roofs and porches garnished with citrus trees.
Plaza Uta el-Hammam is a historical site known by the impressive 15th century Grand Mosque.
Spend the first night in Chefchaouen.