Marrakesh is the largest city in Morocco. Located in northern Africa, Marrakesh is a top tourist destination offering a host of fantastic sights and activities combined with a wonderfully warm climate.
When holidaying in Marrakesh, there are a number of sights you shouldn’t miss. An opportunity to soak up the history and culture of this beautiful city, a chance to explore the beauty and learn more about the country.
Djemma el-Fna is a large square in the heart of the Medina (old Town) in Marrakesh and a popular tourist attraction. You can easily spend the day at this sights just soaking up the experiences on offer from the snake charmers to the jugglers and dancers. There are also a number of food stalls selling traditional delights for you to try.
The souks are traditional markets which are also found in the Medina. Souks are alive with activity and bright colors and a memorable experience for anyone holidaying in the area. You can buy a number of fantastic items here from leather goods to pottery and jewelry to carpets. Be ready to barter and enjoy the true Moroccan experience.
Jardin Majorelle Gardens
These gardens date back to 1931 and are a tranquil haven in the center of the bustling city. An opportunity to just relax and enjoy a leisurely walk while exploring the spectacularly landscaped gardens.
The tombs are another of the top tourist attractions in Marrakesh. Dating back to the sixteenth century the tombs were built by Sultan Ahmed al-Mansour for him and his family, there are sixty six people buried here. Surrounding the tombs are magnificent gardens where you can wander around and soak up the beauty.
Museum of Moroccan Arts
The Museum of Moroccan Arts is set in a superb palace. The palace alone is an experience and offers spectacular architecture. This museum is where you can discover the jewelry, ceramics and costumes, learn about the culture and history of Morocco.