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Lonely Planet Morocco (Travel Guide) Paperback – 11 Aug 2017
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It is broken down into four major sections:
Page 4 - Plan Your Trip:
This section is an introduction to Morocco, with features on what to look out for (Morocco’s Top 17), what you need to know in advance, and all the general touristy stuff.
On the Road (“The Guide”):
P046: Marrakesh & Central Morocco (with 8 sub-sections - and a fold-out map of Marrakesh inside the back-cover)
P152: Atlantic Coast
P218: Mediterranean Coast & the Rif (4)
P284: Fez, Meknes & the Middle Atlas (2)
P352: Southern Morocco & Western Sahara (5)
Page 408 - Understand
This section contains articles on local culture - cuisine, history,
arts & crafts, music, “natural wonders”, etc.
Page 464 - Survival Guide – important touristy stuff, such as the A-Z Directory, transport, health, etc.
* If you have a smartphone get OsmAnd Free, download the OpenStreetMaps (OSM) map(s) for your destination (all work in offline mode) and you're good to go. This is what I am doing for a few years now. It is not perfect but it is way better than the LP maps. The problem is often to map places from LP maps to the OSM map because the former are just not overly precise.
** There's an opening here for an enterprising publisher. Almost all guidebook publishers these days tell you more about Oberois or Intercontis (which are in each and every booking site anyway) than about budget accommodation.
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