Marrakech is more than just an imperial city in Morocco, it is an unforgettable experience of unique sights, famous for its traditional markets and shopping in the Medina (Souk), Marrakech is easy to reach by train, plane, or bus. It has an international airport and the roads from Marrakech are Perfects, you can easily reach other cities from Marrakech, such as Fes, Casablanca, Chefchaouen, and even the Sahara desert of Morocco.
Once you’re in Marrakech, all the sights are within walking distance of each other. Walking is the perfect way to explore the red city. As there much more things to do in Marrakech. Once you have visited Marrakech you should go on within the hustle and bustle of the old Medina, the walled, most ancient part of the city. Spend a day, soaking up the sounds, smells, and sights of this remarkable area, experiencing the traditional spices in the souks and Jamaa el-Fna squares.
Starting by exploring the Koutoubia mosque, a spectacular building tha built in the 12th century with a 77-meter minaret, this historical building has a large square with a garden that illuminates light during the night.
These extraordinary palaces discovered in a guided city tour by exploring the traditional Moroccan architecture of the courtyards, filled with trees and fountains, and the historic tomb which consists of two magnificent mausoleums that house the remains of important figures from the Saadi Dynasty.
At the heart of the Medina, there is a famous square of Jamaa el Fnaa, walking through this square is an experience like no other. Feel the heat beating off the stone floor, as you worm your way through snake charmers, entertainers, and street food stalls selling fresh juices! As the evening falls, the square comes to life with music, flute players, dancers, and artists all showing their talents under the twinkling lights of the stalls. This amazing demonstration of culture found only in Morocco.
The Souk is the main true traditional place in Marrakech, lies just 3 minutes from the main Square to discover an extraordinary market, where you can easily lose yourself in the network of tiny streets that are full of artisans and all seem to look the same.
This is the most admirable experience in Marrakech, walk through narrow streets that take you back in time, put your map in your backpack, and lose yourself in the excitement. Enjoy the colors of the walls and buildings, taste the smells of the food and spices, and speak to friendly locals, and head to one of the many rooftop restaurants to touch the panoramic sounds and views.
Staying in a Riad is more than an incredible experience in Marrakech, it’s absolutely a beautiful building. See the traditional Moroccan architecture designed by talented architecture with thousand colors,
This vibrant blue house is an absolute must-see and one of the biggest tourist attractions in Marrakech, the fabulous house and gardens created by Jaques Majorelle, who was the inventor of this deep blue shade.
Ben Youssef Maderssa used to be the largest Islamic college in Morocco, a world of stunning symmetry, mosaics, and beautiful sandy walls, admiring the beautiful Moroccan architecture from the remarkable interior terrace.
Once you have stayed in Marrakech for a journey holiday. Take one of these day trips to experience country life. So you can explore outside Marrakech on a day trip either. To Ourika valley, Ouzoud waterfalls, or Ait ben Haddou in the Atlas Mountains. As well as a day trip to the charming Essaouira city. Furthermore, no trip to Morocco is complete without seeing the epic scenery of the Sahara Desert. Adventure by jeep or foot amongst the rippling dunes. And experience some of the most incredible stargazing in the world by a roaring campfire. Most drives to the Sahara take about 9 hours, stopping at villages and natural sights along the way. Because of this, we recommend to do a 3-day tour from Marrakech to the Sahara desert.
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