Feast for the eyes: Morocco, a tourist’s heaven in North Africa

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Anyone who has seen “Casablanca” – and many who haven’t – knows the sheer beauty of the Moroccan city and its romantic image. The same goes for those who have watched “The Bourne Ultimatum” and got a glimpse of the alleys and the intricate architecture of Tangiers, but Morocco is so much more than what can be gleamed from snippets in movies, and much more beautiful than the sum of its parts – and now might be the perfect time to get a good in-person look.

Travelers are slowly trickling back into Morocco following the end of a flight ban to combat the surge in omicron infections that emptied the North African kingdom’s airports, beaches and tourist sights.

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