It is Marrakech, one of the most beautiful cities in Morocco, where all your senses will be saturated, in which sounds mix in the Jemaa El Fna square and a paradise in which the colors of flowers are what you desire in the Majorelle Gardens; you are on a date with a city in which everything invites you to be adventurous and learn more.
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Koutoubia will stir you greatness! The minaret of this beautiful mosque has risen over the sky of Marrakesh for more than nine hundred years. From this elevated position, the call to prayer sounds from the corners of the Jemaa El-Fna square, calling on believers to pray and think. Given entry controls, non-Muslims can rejoice by contemplating the stunning summit of Marrakech from abroad.
It is located on the corner of Koutoubia Street and Avenue Mohamed V, Marrakech
It is open Monday through Sunday from 8 in the morning until 8 in the evening
Jamaâ El Fna Square
Set the storm for Marrakech. From dawn to sunset and beyond, human life does not stop in this historical square. Where amateurs, fortune-tellers, wise men, crazy people, magicians, musicians and mystics – represent all the dramatic characters flowing into the Jemaa El-Fna square. Inhale a deep breath and indulge to see which character they will meet you. The only thing we can guarantee for you is that this tour will not be boring.
Jamaâ El Fna Square, Medina, Marrakech
Open from Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 2 pm
Colors colors everywhere! Visitors to these parks find a wonderful palette of bright spectrum that fascinates eyes. These gardens are the perfect place for photography enthusiasts, where walls, doors and plant pots are topped with sensual colors that blend with the greenery of nature in a beautiful scene full of harmonious colors. As for the maze of bamboo and tables with fine purl, it is a haven for those fleeing the hustle and bustle of the city looking for peace and quiet.
The Yves Saint Laurent, Marrakesh
It is open Monday through Sunday from 8 in the morning until 6 in the evening
Bin Youssef School
It is now one of the wonderful schools. It is an architectural masterpiece that plunges into a hidden place in the stunning Medina district. It is an Islamic university that pioneers clever, clever students of science one day to study the Qur’an. These lucky scholars were able to research their manuscripts and realize the material glorification of God, along with charming forms made of small mosaic tiles and carved cedar wood.
Ben Nahid Hall, the Kasbah, Marrakech
Open from Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm
Sometimes the magnificence of the vase sometimes exceeds the flowers themselves. This museum is a window into the history of Morocco, as it contains a collection of coins, pottery, jewelry, weapons and artwork. However, the jewel of the crown is the building itself. It is a beautiful, restored 19th century palace that fascinates its detail, from the stunning mosaics to the giant frilly chandeliers.
Ben Youssef, Marrakech
Open from Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 6:30 pm
The Tomb of the Saadians
In death we are all equal. But some are more equal than others. Sultan Ahmed Al-Mansur built this majestic shrine for his family. Children and grandchildren were buried in mosaic tombs in the garden, and now stray cats roam around. The Sultan himself possesses the spot of choice – the tombs of the marble mausoleum rise from the tiled floors to which your chest is exposed, and overlook the stunning plaster domes.
The Kasbah, Marrakech
Open from Monday to Sunday from 08:30 AM to 11:45 AM and from 2:30 PM to 5:45 PM
Palace inhabited by sultans and storks. The rulers of the world around the world envy the inhabitants of this palace during its construction in the sixteenth century because of its carved marble and gold leaf cladding, and it was an incomparable landmark, whose name was well deserved. However, the years do not pass but leave a mark, and the impact was great and tremendous on this palace. Here are its thick reddish walls covered with falling holes, and the palace today has no guards except those storks that fly through its sky.
Badi Palace, Marrakesh
Open from Monday to Sunday from 8:45 AM to 12:45 PM and from 2:30 PM to 6:30 PM
The White House, 10 Downing Street and Bahia Palace. This presidential residence, Si Musa al-Sadr, was established by the Sultan of the Sultan in the nineteenth century and brought together the best artists and creative designers in Morocco. The result of this work was this palace, which is ablaze with dazzling detail, with mosaics with their engineering intricacies, with floors and exciting stucco on the ceiling. A suitable place for you and 28 of your women to live.
The new Rue of Olives, Kasbah, Marrakech
It is open from Monday to Sunday from 8:30 AM until 12 PM and from 2:30 PM until 6 PM.
This scenic city that attracts photographers is enchanted by lighthouse gardens that are worthy of their postcards. The rocky cliffs are covered with ice in the Atlas Mountains in the background along the horizon, and the spacious lake in the olive groves reflects the image of the lighthouse on its page. It is a panorama of stunning views, whose origins extend for centuries, that the people of the city enjoy, and is a destination for outings for families and loved ones alike.
Manara Street, Hivernage, Marrakech
It is open Monday through Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm
They are gorgeous orchards. Agdal Gardens contain a huge collection of fruit trees planted in plots of land, and it is irrigated with melt water flowing directly from the Atlas Mountains. Between orange trees, pomegranate, lemon, fig and apricot – Agdal is one of the fruitful gardens. In the middle of it all sit in Dar Al-Hana, a pavilion fitted with columns next to a pure bathroom exuding a turbulent charm.
Open from Monday to Sunday from 9 am to 5 pm
Going to the Al-Mallah region is a time of going back to the past of Marrakesh. This ancient area was called the Jewish Quarter. Where the merchants were trading salt and spices from abroad. The area is still being managed in almost the same way to this day – stalls in narrow alleys are lined with piles of colorful spices, dried leaves, natural remedies and many more.
Nowhere else does the Marrakesh incursion embody your feelings, such as the Spice Souk. Where on this market there is a full range of spicy scents mixed with precision to invade your noses. The glowing pots, with their conical shapes and countless earthy colors. The spice market is the right place if you have lost your faith in traditional medicine, there is a cure for everything here, from colds to fear of evil spirits.
Madness is an integral part of the fun on the main Marrakech square. Head there in the evening to enjoy the legendary night in the market, as the carts cook delicious local aromas that smell fresh, mysterious light players practice some tricks, and sellers compete for your coin. This place is perfect for a real experience in Marrakech – it is very enjoyable if you immerse yourself in the atmosphere and show the fun side in you.
Al Mallah Market
Going to the navigator seems like a tour of the Marrakesh lane memory. This region is the old Jewish quarter of Marrakech, where merchants come to sell imported salt and spices. Today, the area is managed in the same way – very narrow alleys, lined with stalls on its sides with piles of colorful spices, dried plant leaves, natural remedies and more.
We cannot shorten Marrakesh to the old Medina, and the vibrant neighborhood of Gueliz with youthful energy is the best proof of this. This trendy neighborhood abounds with upscale department stores, lively restaurants, and loud terraces spread across the sidewalks. Shop endlessly alongside local fashion makers before dancing in one of the city’s finest nightclubs.
Palm trees sway to stretch your eyes and look at this charming Moroccan oasis. The tranquil Palmeraie is located on the northern outskirts of the bustling city of Marrakech, full of luxurious villas, fragrant gardens and shaded spots for relaxation. For culture lovers, you can savor the magic of local life in North Africa on a camel tour led by the local Berber population.