This is the entrance to the outdoor market and food court of the city center. Spend some time here and head off to other destinations if you aren´t looking to shop.
This is one of the major landmarks in the city. It is a World Heritage Site and serves as a commercial center for much of central Morocco. Come ready to haggle!
For a nice hour in a place of serenity and shade, visit the Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech. Wander within the paths of this small garden full of... more »
A spa with quality facilities and good massages with reasonable prices for what you get. Come ready to relax!
After your hammam at Mythic Oriental, come for a stroll in this extravagant 19th century palace. You’ll be able to prolong your relaxation with the beauty and quiet offered here.
Here you’ll find a solid exhibition of historic and some contemporary Moroccan art. The building itself is full of intricate Byzantine designs and colors.
This is a beautiful mosque. Remember to remove your shoes before entering, as it is an important Islamic tradition that preserves the sanctity of the mosque. However, you are not allowed to enter as a non-Muslim, so respect that rule or you might run in to some real problems with the community.
We had an amazing time! An absolute must do for those visiting Marrakech. The whole trip was managed perfectly and we were so well looked after. The pilot is fantastic and has a great sense of humour! We loved the berber breakfast and camel ride too. Worth every penny :)
The Museum is housed in the old palace of Dar M’Nebhi Palace and well worth the admission price just for that. Inside the palace the layout is fairly... more »
This is the Jewish neighborhood in Marrakech. Here you´ll find the Lezama Synagoge, an important historical site, as well as other eating and shopping opportunities.
Although you are not allowed to go inside the palace, it is still interesting to see from the outside from an architectural and historical standpoint. Plus, you’ll get a breather from the hustle and bustle of the center of town.
The Saadian Tombs are located just outside Marrakech and were constructed during the reign of Sultan Ahmad al-Mansur in the late 16th century. This is the resting place of al-Mansur, his family, and other notable officials from that era. These tombs were discovered in 1917; restoration began shortly thereafter. Today, much of its original splendour has been restored.
At this small, well organized, and informative museum, you’ll get the chance to learn about the history of Marrakech and the region in general. Stocked with artifacts from past centuries and other quality exhibits, you’ll leave feeling satisfied with your time spent there.
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