Marrakesh offers some amazing sights, attractions and experiences for holidaymakers. Morocco has quickly become a favored tourist destination.
This large square in the heart of Marrakesh is a UNESCO world heritage site. This is where you can truly experience Morocco and what it has to offer. Be dazzled by the snake charmers, amazed by the jugglers, have fun with the belly dancers and learn something new from the storytellers that fill the square each and every day. In the square you can find snack stalls or on the outskirts you will find a host of great cafes, where you can sit and watch the excitement as it passes by.
Jardin Majorelle Gardens
These gardens were built in 1931 by painter Jacques Majorelle. You can visit here to enjoy a relaxing and beautiful experience in the heart of bustling Marrakesh.
Souks are traditional markets that have an electrifying atmosphere. Put your bartering hat on and have some fun with the stall owners. The souks offer a host of great traditional items from leather goods to jewelry and perfumes to carpets.
The museum is a wonderful way to spend a day in Marrakesh, with a collection of modern and traditional art works, historical books and beautiful pottery items, just to mention a few of the things you can expect see at this top museum.
The Tombs are a very popular tourist attraction close to the Kasbah and dating back to the 1500s. In fact the tombs were only discovered in 1917. Once you enter these amazing tombs you will be in awe of the spectacularly decorated rooms complete with magnificent carvings.
El Badi Palace
The palace was completed in 1578, today it lies in ruins but you can still get an idea of the vast size the palace was. Originally the palace comprised of 360 rooms, a large courtyard and an impressive pool.
This mosque has the minaret which is considered the tallest structure in the city. While non-Muslims are not allowed inside the mosque, you can still explore the exterior of the building and soak up the fantastic architecture.