Medina of Chefchaouen
The medina (old town) of Chefchaouen spreads out on the mountainside of the Rif Mountains. As you walk through the narrow alleys and stairways, you will see the picturesque scenery of walls painted in various shades of blue, accented with orange tiled roofs and arabesque decorations. The old town is full of attractions that will make you feel like you have wandered into a fairyland away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Chefchaouen is a city in the mountains of the Rif Mountains in northern Morocco. The name of the city comes from the fact that tow mountains of the Rif Mountains look like two goat's "horns" (Chaouen in Arabic). The walls, streets, and stairways of the old town are painted in various shades of blue, and many tourists from all over the world are attracted by the uniquely beautiful scenery and the peaceful, rustic atmosphere.