Frommer's Morocco

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Wiley, 02/03/2010 - 448 páginas
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  • Completely updated every year, Frommer's Morocco features detailed information on the sights and experiences that await you.
  • Our expert author takes you through this North African country's greatest cities, from the alleyways of Fes to the souks of Marrakech, giving you tips on how best to navigate what can be a hectic country, from choosing a guide to haggling at the market.
  • An in-depth culture guide exposes readers to Morocco's history and present, taking you on a tour of the country's religion, architecture, music, food, and people.
  • Surfers, skiers, hikers, and other outdoors enthusiasts will appreciate our book's Active Vacation Planner and tips on how to explore the desert and the small villages of the Atlas Mountains.

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Darren Humphrys is a writer, photographer, and tour guide who left his native Australia in 1997 for an African safari—and stayed. Now residing in his adopted homeland of South Africa and a self-confessed "Africa-phile," Darren has been leading tours to Morocco since 2001. He has also contributed text and images of his favorite North African country to various guidebooks and travel magazines.

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