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Travel without Visa: Turkey, the country that delights with its culture and charm

We all want to travel without having to worry about complicated procedures and it is possible! You can also enjoy some dream destinations without Visa. Your Moroccan passport will suffice. So ready to take off to… Turkey?

Yes! Turkey, this country that has enchanted dreams for a long time, with its delicious food, crystal clear waters, high mountains, ruins of ancient empires, small idyllic villages or even huge cosmopolitan cities. It is the many facets of Turkey that make it so unique attracting thousands of visitors across the world and giving you the opportunity today to get away from it all. But why this country and not another?

The Turks do not leave you indifferent

The Turks are known for their hospitality and deep spending time with them is a valuable lesson on authentic human relationships. You will always be invited to someone’s house for a delicious meal or at least a few glasses of Turkish tea and something sweet. Without forgetting that the fatal beauty of the Turks / Turks will sting your eyes! 

The food is just… AMAZING!

In addition to being a destination that does not require a visa, its food is just top notch. Besides, each region of Turkey has its own cooking culture, including distinct ingredients and the resulting recipes. Turkish cuisine is more than tasty. You will not be able to resist in front of their Kebab or their Baklava, or their fresh seafood, the mezze, the huge breakfast dishes, the vegetable dishes and other specialties… A real treat!

Its architecture is Breath-taking

Turkey’s architectural scope is truly stunning and includes everything from historic churches and waterfront mansions built by European settlers to great mosques and imperial palaces to stone houses built by ancient Anatolian empires. You will always find a structure that really changes your aesthetic perspective.

Its beaches are heavenly

Between Bodrum, Antalya, Izmir and Fethiye, it’s hard to choose! Turkey has very beautiful beaches. One of the best ways to experience Turkey’s many beaches is by taking a Blue Cruise.

We love its Turkish baths

It’s not for nothing that we love Turkish baths here in Morocco! The hammam experience has become synonymous with Turkey. And it is the little crush of visitors to this country wishing to relax in a Turkish atmosphere.

We can have beautiful photos, everywhere

Turkey’s empires and civilizations have left their mark. Turkey has a remarkable number of archaeological sites spread across the country. From the palaces and mosques of Istanbul to the ruins of Ephesus to the underground cities of Cappadocia, Turkey is a haven for archeology and history buffs. And this is the opportunity to take pretty instagrammable photos.

Even in museums …

Turkey is full of fantastic museums that preserve the finds from the country’s many archaeological sites. From the largest mosaic museum in the world (Zeugma in Gaziantep) to the Ottoman palace museums in Istanbul, there is much to visit during your stay.

Turkey is blessed with several natural wonders

Besides its big cities like Ankara, Istanbul and Izmir, Turkey has real natural wonders. You can enjoy several natural getaways between skiing in the Uludağ Mountains and hiking in Rize province, or even enjoy the famous terraces of Pamukkale.

Meet the actors of famous Turkish series

Well, it must be said that lately Turkish series are taking more and more place in our life, whether we like it or not, we will always see the faces of their main actors! What if we meet them for real? It is indeed possible.

Well, we still give you a guide in case you want to have a nice stay in Istanbul.

  • Where to eat? Taksim / Istiqlal, Nusr-Et Steakhouse Etiler (at Salt Bae), cafes on the üsküdar coast to contemplate the Bosphorus, if not the Mall.
  • Where to take a picture? Blue Mosque, Topkapi, Galata Tower, Madame Tussauds, Princesses Island, Basilica Cistern (Istanbul), Cappadocia (In case you want to visit another city).
  • Where to stay We advise you to opt for Airbnb, hostels (ranging from 100 to 300 dh / night) or look for hotels in Taksim (ready for everything).
  • Where to shop? Laleli, Fatih Market, Egyptian Bazaar, Arasta Bazaar, Istanbul Cevahir.