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Article TitleExploring Ceuta: A Spanish City Surrounded by Morocco

Publication: Journey Beyond Travel

Summary: Travelers exploring the African country of Morocco can get a taste of Spain by stepping over the land border into Ceuta, Spain. This article describes what travelers can expect from this Spanish city, a tranquil destination in which Spaniards and Arabs live together harmoniously. Readers will also receive advice on travel to, from, and within Ceuta.

Though windy at times, the promenade makes for a scenic stroll by day and animated people watching after sunset. As evening falls, a cheery ambiance settles on the well-lit area as families, couples, clusters of teenagers and joggers meander by. The contrast of western attire and traditional Muslim dress highlights the city’s diversity.

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I’ve spent the past three weeks mostly unplugged and backpacking through Morocco with my husband for our honeymoon over our one-year wedding anniversary.

Our journey included imperial cities, rural valleys, Sahara Desert camping, laid-back coastal port towns, and dining in the homes of local families. And now that I’m back, I’m eager to share my experiences with curious readers.

Our route is mapped below and included:

A.  Malaga (Spain)
B.  Ceuta (Spain)
C.  Tangier
D.  Fes
E.  Meknes
F.  Marrakech
G.  Ouarzazate
H.  Skoura
I.  Erg Chebbi
J.  Rissani
K.  Erfoud
L.  Dades
M.  Marrakech
N.  Essaouira
O.  Casablanca

More to come…

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