Marrakech Guide 

Welcome to the new Marrakech City Guide, your essential guide to the city of Marrakech, Morocco. Here you will find all you need to know about this beautiful city. We aim to provide you with information to make your holiday enjoyable and memorable.

Marrakech, the historic and exotic Moroccan city emerged in the latest Esperian Hitwise survey as the fastest growing destination for the Brits. Located near the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, Marrakech attracts visitors for its year round sunshine and a magical destination. The city is famous for its open food square Jemaa El Fna and souks. Relax sipping mint tea in a cafe, while snake charmers, storytellers, dancers and soothsayers gather in the square to begin their spectacle. Try the food in Jemaa El Fna or try Moroccan cuisine in the many fine restaurants. Marrakech and beyond has a lot to offer and explore.

Spotlight On 
 

 

 

 

 

Jardin Majorelle

Jardin Majorelle is one of the most beautiful garden in Marrakech. It features bamboo, towering palms and huge cacti and aquatic plants in its goldfish pond.

Serene Gardens Saadian Tombs

Serene gardens of the Saadian Tombs. Sultan  Ahmed El Mansour created the tombs for himself and his successors. The main hall contains family tombs lavishly ornated. Saadian Tombs is open daily.

 
Sightseeing  
  

Passage Bab Agnou, Kasba, Marrakech

 

 Most visited sights in and round Marrakech.  
   
Djamaa el Fna at Night, Marrakech, Morocco 

 

   
 
 


 

 

 

 
 
 

 

 

 

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