The sky-blue alleyways, world-class food and cobblestone markets are just the beginning. Morocco, which is located on both the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, blends European, African and Arabian culture to form one of the most exotic places in the world. Don't believe us? Check out these 15 Instagrams.
We'd love to have a morning coffee at this Portuguese-influenced hotel overlooking the Strait of Gibraltar.
Ooh, but we can't get enough of the beautiful patterned tiles in this Marrakech guesthouse.
Rule of thumb: Go for the tiles; stay for the pools.
But you definitely don't want to miss the food... Make sure to leave plenty of room after lunch for goute, the mid-afternoon coffee break.
And you absolutely have to try the world-famous tajine…
And don’t forget to indulge in the array of street food, like bessara (the Moroccan answer to split-pea soup).
#Mood after all that food we just ate.
The colors of the rainbow await you in every alleyway.
No filter needed. Ever.
Even the whitewashed walls are breathtaking.
And you can't beat the signature salmon pink that surrounds you in the medina, the ancient walled quarter of Marrakech.
Or can you?
Did we mention the souks? These markets and bazaars offer everything from spices to babouches (traditional leather slippers).
Why not get lost in the twisting streets and indigo alleys of the Blue Pearl (aka the mountain city of Chefchaouen)?
You may just stumble upon a hidden oasis.