Tour d'une journée à Marrakech

Marrakech

Disponibility : Everyday

Start from 09:00 to 13:00

 

The Best Day Trips From Marrakech

 

Marrakech is a great place to visit, it’s also known as the Red City, founded in 1062, is a fascinating place, frenetic and full of surprises at every corner. Touristic capital of the country is visited every year by millions of international tourists.

 

Especially in the old city you will experience unforgettable moments such as the amusing contracting ritual in the souk, or getting lost in its labyrinth, and the overwhelming feeling of the overcrowed square Jeema el Fnaa in the evening. Your tour guide will be the van driver, who will drop you off in the vicinity of the monuments to be visited starting with the Menara Gardens, the Bahia Palace, the Kutubia Mosque, and the Saadians Tombs. Lunch break in a typical Moroccan restaurant then on to visit the Majorelle Gardens, and the Palmerie district just outside the city’s walls, an oasis of peace and relax to finish an action-packed long day.

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60 € / 2 Persons

This was a great tour. We had a great guide, Hassan! If you get this tour, ask for him as he was great. Great day, wonderful sights, excellent historical experience Would do again if I came back

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Great and excellent experience

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THE TOP THINGS TO DO AND SEE IN MARRAKECH


Jemaa el-Fnaa

Jemaa el-Fnaa is the main pulse of Marrakech. By day, the square buzzes with snake charmers, henna-tattoo artists and various other entertainers, while at night there are countless stalls boasting traditional lamb dishes and fresh orange juice, among other culinary delights.


Jardin Majorelle

One of the most popular locations in Morocco, the Jardin Majorelle is the creation of French painter Jacques Majorelle, who spent 40 years injecting his passion and creativity into this magical garden. Complete with enchanting little lanes, tranquil streams and over 300 species of stunning plants, Jardin Majorelle is perfect for those who need a break from the busy city.


Koutoubia Mosque

Given the importance of mosques in Moroccan culture, the Koutoubia Mosque is a must-see for those in the area. The largest mosque in Marrakech, the Koutoubia is not only a spiritual center but a point of reference for international architecture. Setting the trend for buildings in Spain and Rabat, the beautiful 12th-century minaret is an example of ornamental expertise, with characterful arches and rigid proportions, it’s an admirable piece of architecture. Enjoy the call to prayer coming from the top of the minaret five times a day and appreciate the architecture of this important building.


Saadian Tombs

These tombs were created to stand as the final resting place for the many rulers and members of the Saadi dynasty. Rich in history, the Saadian tombs were rediscovered in 1917 after being sealed for centuries. Magnificently decorated with bright tiles, Arabic calligraphy, and intricate carvings, Saadian Sultan Ahmed al-Mansour Eddahbi certainly spared no expense on his tomb, making for a beautiful site for tourists. Located just outside of Marrakech, the tombs are easy to reach, and a fantastic alternative to the bustling city. Carefully restored and well preserved, they now stand as one of the most popular things to see in Morocco.


Museums

Marrakech is full of delightful museums, including the Dar si Said, which displays fantastic Moroccan architecture and objects. The Marrakech Museum, house in the Dar Menebhi Palace, boasts embroidery, weapons and contemporary art. For historical imagery of the city, visit the Maison de la Photgraphie. In the new part of town, visitors can find many contemporary art galleries displaying work from local talent.


Souks

On a trip to any Moroccan city, the enchanting souks are a must on the agenda. Marrakech is no exception. Labeled one of the most magical cities in the country, Marrakech boasts a full medina with traditional winding souks and countless treasures. Whether you’re looking for literature, handicrafts, or food, there’s a street and an alleyway for everything. Visitors can get lost for hours in the labyrinth of enticing streets. So relax, explore, and discover some locally made treasures.


Ben Youssef Madrasa

Madrasas, translating to ‘schools’, now stand all around Morocco as historical representations of the education of the past. This particular Quranic school, once the largest in North Africa, was dedicated to the teaching of Islamic law, and has stood since the 14th century. Guests can explore more than 100 tiny, windowless student chambers and admire the stunning architecture, from the great courtyard to the richly decorated prayer halls. After almost six centuries, this medieval madrasa stands as one of the key tourist attractions of the city.


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