Discovering the best places to party in Morocco
If you are planning to travel to Morocco, we are sure you have already carried out searches on the schedules of the most important monuments, must-see places, history of the cities, typical dishes… That is all very well but… why not to revel in Morocco’s thriving nightlife?
Many young people arrive to Moroccan cities during their vacations. We all know that this country offers a wide range of cultural, sports and gastronomic activities, but we rarely talk about nightlife, fun and leisure!
Where to party in Morocco?
We must also be clear that not all Moroccan cities offer the same variety of night life. Some cities are recommended for cultural visits, other for its amazing nature or for being a place of rest and relaxation. If you are looking for a perfect combination of culture, history and party, Casablanca and Marrakech are the cities you just have to visit.
The center of Marrakech will surprise you as at any time of the day or night you can find people out on the streets, spending their nighttime in one of the city’s many bars. The Jamaa el Fna Square and the surrounding streets are an incredible continous spectacle full of street performances with artists of all kinds, food trucks or spacious terraces where you can have a drink in a stylish ambient lounge atmosphere.
Another great place to enjoy the Moroccan party is Boulevard Corniche in Casablanca, a sea drive that runs along the coast and attracts large numbers of visitors that come to enjoy its stylish architecture, restaurants and nightlife.
These aspects should be kept in mind:
In many establishments alcoholic beverages are not sold, especially in places that are close to medina and the city center. Nevertheless, if you are going to have a drink you should do it discreetly. Remember that alcohol consumption is not common in this country. But don’t worry, all pubs and bars sell non-alcoholic drinks too, so you don’t have to drink to enjoy yourself!
However you can always buy alcoholic beverages in a supermarket. During the month of Ramadan the alcohol section remains closed, but if you show your passport to prove that you are from outside, you will be able to buy it without any problem.
So now that you know one more face of Morocco, you also have one more reason to visit this remarkable country.
Now, put on your best smile and enjoy the party!