Footprint Marrakech and the High Atlas Handbook

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Footprint Handbooks, 2001 - Travel - 330 pages
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This guide aims to help travellers to maximise on time and resources, with suggested itineraries and easy-to-get-to sights. It features, what to do in Marrakech from exploring the palace museums to wandering through the mythical Red City, adventure highs in the High Atlas including trekking up Toubkal (one of Africa's highest peaks), skiing in Outkaimeden to four wheel drive excursions, and where to sample the best Morrocan cuisine.

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Justin McGuinness began travelling in North Africa while still at school. After studying Latin and Arabic at Cambridge, he lectured at the University of Tunis. Justin's interest in Morocco began with research on the traditional architecture of North Africa.

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