Buy a book about the city, do a walking tour on your own. Super informative as the private tours are exorbitant.
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I am a Muslim so I had the pleasure of praying in one of the most oldest mosque in Marrakech. It's serene atmosphere and the peace and tranquillity this place provides is one to experience even though Jamaa Al Fna is close by.
Visited in October 2017 and had a pleasure of visiting and praying at this mosque. What a momument. Since this was made a good few centuries ago, it has become a blueprint for all mosques in Morocco. The Arches were mind blowing..
We can't go inside because it is only for Islamic worshipers. We can only walk around the outside areas and the garden
5 minutes walk from Jama-el fanah, the mosque is beautiful and is the style of the minaret is unique only to be found in Morocco. Lots of pigeons in the area. We visited early morning and it was empty but for one person offering grains...More
I always visit this mosque when I go to Marrakech. It is the second biggest mosque in Morocco afetr King Hassan II mosque in Casablanca. We were on the tour of Morocco in October this year and saw some of the beautiful mosques in Fez,...More