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Moon Morocco (Moon Travel Guides) Paperback – October 25, 2016
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The well-established guidebook series has recently changed its format to fit the needs of today's travelers who have less time. Instead of extensive listings mostly for globe-trotting budget travelers, the new Moon Handbooks now provide fewer but more selective listings for a variety of budgets... the books are more easily readable than other guides... making the Moon Handbooks one of the most user-friendly guides in terms of visual appeal and organization... as the quality is uniformly excellent. - Transitions Abroad
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And it's not just the things to do or places to stay, which of course can be found elsewhere; it's his attitude. Where other guides come from the perspective of a tourist, he has the attitude of a westerner who has lived here, married a Moroccan woman, and wants to share with you what he's learned.I have both the Lonely Planet guide and this one, and Lonely Planet has been sitting in the suitcase. This one is worn from use and will be shared with any friend who wants to come to Morocco.
My wife and I are flying to Morocco in May. We were in a bookstore looking for a travel guide on Morocco. We always look for Rick Steve's books but couldn't find one on Morocco. My wife picked out Moon Morocco and as we glanced through it became interested. The details are impressive and the photographs have artistic quality. The book has planned trips with layouts easy to understand. The maps are simple so I didn't get confused with too much detail. We haven't been to Morocco but planning the trip with this book was enjoyable. It's clear the author has lived in Morocco for many years and I hope his advice is good. I shouldn't give 5 stars until after the trip, but I can tell this travel guide is a quality effort. We both read and used the book for it's intended purpose so I'm going 5 stars.