Renowned since always for the activity of its tradesmen and the skill of its craftsmen, Marrakech shines also by the quality of its climate and an environment as exceptional as varied, with its palm plantation, its rose gardens, the proximity of the snow-covered Atlas and flowery valleys descending from it. It is still the capital of southern Morocco, still at the crossroads of cultures, guardian of traditions and folklore, and rich in architectural heritage that makes it one of the most important places for international tourism.
Monuments and Palaces: You will discover the majestic silhouette of the Koutoubia (11th century), then the Saadian Tombs (16th century), the Bahia Palace (19th century) and the Ramparts.
Jemaa el Fna Square: Living heart of the city, known around the world for its perpetual animation.
Souks: True economic lungs of the red city where the craftsmen still use in many fields the old techniques.
The Historical Gardens: The Majorelle Garden and the Menara Gardens