Top things to do in Azrou

Top Choice Market in Azrou

Azrou Souq

Azrou's weekly souq is one of the largest in the Middle Atlas and truly a sight to behold, but it's not a souvenir-fest: mountain people come from surrounding villages to trade and shop, and the real attraction is i…
Moroccan in Azrou

Hôtel des Cèdres

Hôtel des Cèdres' restaurant is by far the best place to eat in Azrou. Inside there's a 1920s dining room and log fire; outside plaza-fronting terrace tables allow diners to sit cheek by jowl with the town's stalwar…
Cafe in Azrou

Café Restaurant Bilal

The streetside terrace at this cafe-restaurant is crammed with locals partaking in coffee and cake (the cafe doubles as a patisserie), but upstairs there's a quiet dining room that makes a good base for checking ema…
Arts & Crafts in Azrou

Ensemble Artisanal

This small artisan area has a few fixed-price shops and a number of craftsmen working on the premises, mostly carving the famous local cedar wood. You'll find it on the left as you enter through the grand cedar-wood…
Museum in Azrou

Centre Culturel d'Azrou

Azrou's new cultural centre houses a shiny museum with three rooms focusing on the ecology of the Middle Atlas, the cultural heritage of the local Amazigh people, and the region's broader history.
Moroccan in Azrou

Hôtel le Panorama

This hotel restaurant is old-fashioned and devoid of atmosphere, but it could happily serve as a quiet place to drown your sorrows with a bottle of Moroccan wine. It serves the standard array of Moroccan fare. Do yo…