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With its 12.3 million tourists per year, 400 restaurants and 27 events qualified as international, the city is a must-see destination in Morocco.
Marrakech is one of the four imperial cities of the former Berber Empire of Morocco, inhabited since the Neolithic period. Many monuments are reflecting its glorious past, such as its red walls built in 1122, the glittering El Badi Palace, built in 1578 or the Koutoubia Mosque completed in 1199.
Surrounded by 19 kilometers of ramparts made of powdered pink clay, the medina is a breathtaking sight with its crowded souks, its carcasses of sheep swinging beside glittering lamps and its narrow streets forming a veritable labyrinth.
In the heart of the city is the vast Djemaa El Fna square, where one wanders among snail merchants, snake charmers, fortune tellers, acrobats, magicians, musicians and troupes of actors to discover the hectic pulse of the old city.
Marrakech is a city full of art that continues to thrive, kept alive by the artisans of the souks and the city’s contemporary art and design scene.
The Bahia Palace and the Dar Si Said are a profusion of intricate floral painted wooden tiles and ceilings, the Saadian tombs are enriched with an abundance of marble, while the Mouassine Museum and the Marrakech Museum are a showcase of swirling, carved stucco.
Former imperial capital, the city shelters beautiful pieces of Islamic architecture, including the Ali Ben Youssef medersa and the Koutoubia minaret. The city also has a legacy of other religious communities that helped it become a dynamic caravan city. Visitors will be able to visit the Lazama Synagogue and the Jewish cemetery of Miaara to better understand Marrakech’s cosmopolitan past.
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What activities to do in Marrakech?
Marrakech is also famous for its magnificent riads (guesthouses often converted into family homes. You’ll find incredible little charming riads dotting winding streets all over the city.
There are many lush gardens dating back to the imperial era, including the Majorelle and Menara gardens.
The spa or hammam is an ancient tradition in Marrakech, where you can try ancient beauty rituals. In addition to the luxury private spas, tourists can also enjoy spas and public baths such as the Dar el-Bacha Hammam, the largest in the city.
At the crossroads of Arab, Andalusian, Mediterranean and Berber culture, Marrakech’s cuisine is rich and tasty. Couscous is a staple food, with olive oil and the fragrant spices that grow in the region, such as mint, cinnamon, ginger, and many others.
Marrakech is a city full of art that continues to thrive, kept alive by the artisans of the souks and the city’s contemporary art and design scene
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