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A medieval city of drama, myth and mystery, Marrakesh will captivate all who venture inside its ochre-coloured walls. Step in and you will be transported back to a place and time that has been consigned to the annals of history. The winding alleys of the Medina and the sights, sounds and smells of the souks, the human drama that is Djemaa el-Fna square and the Atlas Mountains rearing up in the background all make Marrakesh Morocco’s crown jewel.

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El Badi Palace
Place des Ferblantiers, Marrakesh

El Badi Palace was built in the 16th century and reputed to have been one of the most beautiful palaces in the world. Originally there it had 360 rooms, a grand court yard and a pool which was 90 m x 20 m.

Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret
Avenue Mohammed V, Marrakesh

The Koutoubia Mosque and the Minaret was built in 1120 and standing at 70m, it is the spiritual landmark of Marrakesh. Unfortunately, non-Muslims cannot enter but the building itself is impressive to see from the outside too.

Djemaa El-fna
Djemaa El-fna, Marrakesh

For the most authentic Moroccan dining experience, head for the Djemaa el-Fna, sit among the crowds at the open-air food stalls, and dine on such traditional delicacies as steamed snails or stewed sheep’s head.

Dar Marjana
15 Derb Sidi Ali Tair, Marrakesh

Dar Marjana serves delicious traditional food. A spectacular setting and live traditional music makes this a gem in the imperial crown of Marrakesh dining options.

Rue Souq-el-Kebir
Rue Souq-el-Kebir, Marrakesh

If you’re looking for accessories for that special night out, then head to Rue Souq-el-Kebir, where you will find the jewelry and bag makers’ markets.

Food Markets
Avenue Haumann el Fetouaki, Marrakesh

Write one of Marrakesh's vibrant food markets into your shopping route and stock up on fresh, ripe fruit and vegetables to bring back with you. Local delicacies and much more await you. Haggling is often expected, especially if buying in bulk.

Marrakesh Menara Airport, Marrakesh

Menara Airport is located 6 km from Marrakesh. Bus number 19 runs to Djemaa el-Fna every 20 minutes during the week and less frequently during weekends and public holidays. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes. A taxi for maximum 5 people plus baggage from the airport to the city centre takes about 20 minutes. Agree on the price before taking off.

Passport / Visa

Citizens of the European Union, as well as the Untied States, Australia, and dozens of world countries can enter and remain in Morocco visa-free for up to 90 days. Look up individual prerequisites prior to travel in order to possibly apply for visa in time.

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