Morocco has become a very popular destination for British travellers. Visitors are mesmerized by its vibrant culture, breathtaking landscapes and rich heritage. To meet growing demand from British travelers and improve access to Morocco, the Moroccan National Tourism Office (ONMT) has opened new flight routes from the United Kingdom. The most popular cities this year are Marrakech, Agadir, Casablanca, Tangier, Fez, Rabat, Essaouira and Ouarzazate. Morocco continues to strive to become a safer and more attractive destination for British travellers.
Morocco is growing in popularity among the British, with an increase of around 80% in their interest in this destination. According to TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel guide site, Morocco has become the hottest destination for British holidaymakers, surpassing Spain with a rating of 4.5. Travelers rate the country favorably in terms of accommodation, restaurants and attractions.
In fact, the kingdom is attracting more and more British visitors with its vibrant culture, breathtaking landscapes and rich heritage. In recent years, tourism from the United Kingdom has seen strong growth, attracting visitors eager to discover the country’s beauty. Morocco’s accessibility from the UK, combined with its pleasant climate and affordable prices, make it a very attractive destination for British travellers.
According to TravelDailyMedia, this year’s top cities for overnight stays include gems like Marrakech, Agadir, Casablanca, Tangier, Fez, Rabat, Essaouira and Ouarzazate. These destinations offer cultural diversity and unique experiences, from bustling souks and historic palaces to pristine beaches and desert landscapes.
As part of its strategy to promote Morocco as a leading tourist destination, the Moroccan National Tourism Office (ONMT) recently announced the opening of new flight routes from the UK. These new routes include easyJet flights between Glasgow and Agadir and flights between London-Essaouira and London-Overseas and Ryanair. This expansion of flight options aims to ease access to Morocco and meet growing demand from British travellers.
Farou Lazhar, Commercial Director of the ONMT, underlined the office’s commitment to position Morocco as a safe and attractive destination for British tourists. He believes these new flights will help boost visitor numbers in the coming months. The announcement highlights Morocco’s continued efforts to strengthen its tourism sector and offer memorable experiences to British travelers seeking adventure and discovery.
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