Category Archives: North Africa

Places to Visit in Marrakech, Morocco

Marrakech (also written as Marrakesh or Marrakesh) is one of the four royal cities of Morocco. The city, located on the Haouz plain, has a beautiful historic core that has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List for many years. Thanks to its unique atmosphere and beautiful sights, Marrakech has been one of the most… Read More »

Sights of Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt

Sharm el-Sheikh is a popular seaside resort in Egypt. The name literally means “Bay of the Sheikh”, a reference to the location of the town. Unlike some other resorts on the Red Sea, Sharm el-Sheikh is an authentic place, to which the tourist strip of Naarna Bay was added later. Because Sharm el-Sheikh is usually… Read More »

Casablanca and Rabat, Morocco

Casablanca The population of Casablanca is 3.2 million people. The city is located 91 kilometers southwest of Rabat. The city is located on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. While Rabat is the official capital of the country, Casablanca is the industrial and business center of Morocco. In addition, Casablanca is the largest Moroccan city.… Read More »

Resorts and Attractions in Egypt

In the northeastern part of the African continent is the country of the pyramids – Egypt. This beautiful sunny country is one of the most favorite tourist destinations. Every day it attracts more than one million fans of the hot sun from all over the world who dream of soaking in the atmosphere of the… Read More »

Tunisia Economy Overview

The Republic of Tunisia is also known as a popular destination for Czech tourists, it is also the country where the so-called Jasmine Revolution in 2011 started the process of democratization despite security and economic challenges. The cultural and geographical proximity to Europe makes Tunisia an important partner in the North African region. Executive power… Read More »

What to See in Djerba and Sousse (Tunisia)

Djerba (Tunisia) Djerba is an island in the Mediterranean with an area of 500 km2. It is the southernmost resort in Tunisia. Djerba can be reached by ferry, which takes 10 minutes, or by plane from Tunisia. The coastline of the island, which is mainly a strip of white clean beaches, stretches for 130 km.… Read More »

Cities in Egypt

Taba (Egypt) Taba is located on the shores of the Gulf of Aqaba in the south of the Sinai Peninsula on the border with Israel. The city occupies an area of only 1 sq. km. Until 1989, Taba was an Israeli enclave. Now it belongs to Egypt again, the borders are open here, when you… Read More »

Hurghada (Egypt)

Hurghada is located on the Red Sea coast, 500 km southeast of Cairo. This is a world-class tourist center with modern, well-equipped hotel complexes and excellent infrastructure. Hurghada in Arabic sounds different – Gardaka. The city grew out of the small fishing village of Es-Sakkal. The transformation of Hurghada into a world resort began in… Read More »

Economy of Morocco

According to businesscarriers, Morocco is an agrarian country with a number of fairly developed industries. One of the most developed countries in Africa. GDP — $105 billion; per capita $3,500 (2000, current prices). According to the UN classification to the beginning. 21st century – 119th place among 175 countries of the world on the basis… Read More »

Economy of Egypt

According to businesscarriers, Egypt is one of the most economically developed countries in the Middle East and Africa. Over the past decades, the economic potential of the ARE has grown significantly. The conclusion of a peace treaty with Israel (1979) freed up resources for economic construction. Egypt began to receive significant economic assistance from the… Read More »