All you need is a camera and a buddy to stroll around with. It won't take long for you to be in total awe of this gorgeous white and blue city. Dress in layers as the mornings start cool but the afternoons warm up quickly.
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One of the most beautiful places visited until now...wonderful mix of colors, the blue of the buildings with colorful carpets...very kind people too... we spend the evenings drinking tea with locals...
Amazing quaint quiet friendly city. Most appealing were the blue colors painted everywhere ...walls, doors, walkways, etc. so attractive and appealing. It's a paradise for amateur and professional photographers. Definitely a city to visit when in Morocco.
The blue city...STUNNING! The people...LOVELY!! We stayed for two nights, and wish we had spent more. Wondering the streets, enjoying the people, the Kasbah, the hiking, and the waterfall made this by far my favorite Moroccan city.
Rented an apartment in the old medina for 4 days - if you are interested in short term rentals rather than staying at a Riad look for people on street corners jingling keys! Chefchaoen is a gorgeous city - wear comfy shoes here because there...More
I loved visiting Chaouen! I saw it as sort of a romantic get-away, hard core traveller style, lol. I could never do a posh all-inclusive in Cancun or something, I like things a little more cultural and real. Chefchaouen is perfect for that. Gorgeous and...More
It is a place you visit usually not for more than one day, but its is a quite nice place and very interesting in terns of pictures you can take there.
Everywhere you go you are offered sights, sounds and smells which enchant (and, as usual, a few smells that don't!). Blue doors, blue alleyways, quiet nooks all combine to make a very pleasant stroll. Food is good and cheap if you look around a little....More