An Awesomely Unique Morocco Music Festival

June 30, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Fabio Gismondi As the summer advances, it's heating up in Morocco not just temperature-wise but culture-wise, too. And one cultural landmark unique in all the world - and celebrating its 20th edition this year - is the Gnaoua World Music Festival, o...Leer más

Newtown Is Johannesburg’s Coolest Place to Be

June 21, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Francisco Anzola If you're a real traveller, rather than just a tourist, you're a nonconformist with a questing spirit. And in Johannesburg, South Africa, that means Newtown, the vibrant cultural and entertainment district in the western reaches of ...Leer más

South of Cape Town, False Bay Is the Real Deal

April 27, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Neil Bradfield If you’re in the market for a bit of a “different” excursion out of Cape Town apart from the ever popular Cape Winelands, Robben Island, and the Cape of Good Hope, for scenery, beaches, a spot of history, and enjoying the gre...Leer más

Tantalising Tangier, Morocco

April 7, 2017 - Sin comentarios

photo | Evannovostro  Strategically ensconced on the south side of the Strait of Gilbraltar, Morocco's seventh largest city (pop.) is a relatively little known destination among international visitors - except perhaps those who hop the ferry ove...Leer más

Pantsula, the Cool Dance of South Africa’s Urban Youth

March 7, 2017 - Sin comentarios

Literally, pantsula translates from Zulu as "to walk like a duck". It's an energetic, syncopated urban dance that originated in Johannesburg townships during a traumatic period of apartheid in the 1950s, and is today seeing a resurgence among the...Leer más

South Africa’s Intoxicating Wine Country

March 1, 2017 - Sin comentarios

The diverse country at the bottom of the African continent has been making quite a quality name for itself in winedom in recent years - these days South Africa is the world's ninth-largest wine producer - although winemaking here dates back to th...Leer más

Johannesburg’s Creative Cool

January 31, 2017 - Sin comentarios

The "Mother City" of South Africa can, admittedly sometimes seem intimidating in some ways. But even as Johannesburg's streets and neighbourhoods recall a troubled, sometimes tragic past, they also stand for hope, opportunities, anticipation and a me...Leer más

Our First South African Safari

January 3, 2017 - Sin comentarios

photos | Jay Jacobson If, like us, you’ve been thinking about an African safari for ages but always found an excuse: it’s too far, I have to get vaccines… follow our advice, it’s time to put your fears behind you and embark on the adve...Leer más

Historic Meets Hip in Cool Essaouira, Morocco

December 15, 2016 - Sin comentarios

photo |  saiko3p This North African country is packed full of exciting, exotic cities, but there’s something unique about Essaouira (pop. 70,000) perched out on the Atlantic coast. Largely designed for a Morocco’s sultan by European architect...Leer más

The Heart of South Africa With Our Johannesburg Iberia Mayor

November 15, 2016 - Sin comentarios

We're hot on Jo'berg right now, and enjoying our renewed service to South Africa's "Mother City". And now we have the benefit of inside guidance of one of our #IberiaMayors, Rocío Oceja, who unlocks for us some of the secrets of what she calls...Leer más

15 written by Wendy Capra

8/1/2014

You’re so right, I was in Rabat a few years ago with my then boyfriend and we both fell in love with the city. I mean yes, Fez is the ultimate Moroccan destination, but there’s something about Rabat. Hope to go back!!!

16 written by Iberia Airlines

8/1/2014

We totally agree, Wendy 🙂 We hope when you return to Morocco you’ll consider Iberia. Thanks for your comment!

293776 written by magan84

25/10/2016

I disagree. Read: http://www.selenatheplaces.com/2013/12/rabat-morocco.html
Magan

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