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Marrakech
Known as the ‘Red City’, Marrakech is the third largest city in Morocco. A vibrant, bustling place full of culture, Marrakech is an experience for all the senses. The best time to visit the city is between September and May when temperatures are a bit cooler, but if you like to ski then during January and February the Oukaimden ski resort in the Atlas Mountains is open for business.

Shop (and haggle!) till you drop……
Djemma el Fna should be your first stop in Marrakech. Located in the central square of the Medina (Old City), this huge marketplace is full of fresh food, cafes, undercover stalls (souqs) and weird and wonderful entertainers including jugglers, snake charmers and sorcerers. The marketplace is a bustling and busy place but don’t be intimidated by the chaos. There are also plenty of Guides for hire if you feel you want some help!

Walk the walls…
The Medina is surrounded by 13th century ramparts that run for 12 miles and feature a number of impressive gates. Taking a walk along these is a great way to see the Old City.

Smell the flowers…
Go for a wander through the beautiful Majorelle Gardens, found in the centre of Gueliz (the New City). Full of peaceful ponds, plants and flowers, the garden is the perfect place to relax after the excitement of hectic bargain hunting at the markets. The garden is also the home of the Museum of Islamic Art, full of bright examples of Moroccan jewellery, pottery, carpets and art.

Go underground…
Rediscovered in 1917, the Saadian Tombs are one of the most popular tourist attractions in Marrakech. They were originally built in the 16th century by Sultan Ahmed el Mansour as a burial ground for himself and over 200 of his descendants, before being sealed up in 1672 and then forgotten. Since being rediscovered, the tombs have been restored to their former glory and now the domed ceilings, mosaics and detailed marble and wood carvings are open to the public.

Drop in at the Palace…
Home to the Moroccan royal family when they’re in town, the El Bahia Palace is a beautiful example of 19th century Eastern architecture. The lavish and extravagant building took 15 years to build and was originally a home for Ahmed Ibn Moussa’s official concubines. The palace is also surrounded by extensive gardens and is open for tours whenever the royal family are not in residence. Hiring a guide is recommended for extra information about the building and its history (and to make sure you don’t get lost!).

Getting around…
The best way to see Marrakech is on foot as you really experience the sights and sounds of the city. But if your feet get tired there are plenty of other options to get about. Taxis come in two sizes; ‘Grand’ (large old Mercedes cars that stick to main routes) and ‘Petit’ (smaller vehicles that are more expensive but will take you anywhere you want to go). Caleches (horse drawn carriages) are also an option but make sure you agree a price with the driver before you hop in. There are plenty of cheap buses as well although these can get quite crowded.

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10/10 Amazing

Monday, October 18, 2010

Fatastic for winter sun, love the place, go back every year

Wandering around the Soukh and the medina is lovely during the day or at night. Tagines are great, the restaurants are beautiful and have a lot of atmosphere. The people are lovely and it is not spoilt by tourism yet,

The best thing about my stay was ...

The Soukh, the food, the people, the atmosphere, the weather

10/10 Amazing

Monday, October 1, 2012

wonderful

lovely cafes restaurants and tourist sites

The best thing about my stay was ...

souk

10/10 Amazing

Monday, October 3, 2011

TWO WORLDS

THE MEDINA AND SOUKS, TYPICALLY ARABIC. OUTSIDE THE WALLS OF THE MEDINA EVERYTHING MODERN, LARGE AVENUES WITH FLOWERS AND FOUNTAINS, MODERN SHOPPING CENTRES. THE TRAFFIC IS CRAZY, TO CROSS ROADS IS AN EXPERIENCE. THE PEOPLE ARE VERY FRIENDLY AND HELPFUL. A MUST SEE PLACE.

The best thing about my stay was ...

SO DIFFERENT, A MUST SEE

10/10 Amazing

Monday, June 11, 2012

Marrakech

Marrakech is a very beautiful and attractive city,historical and modern flavour=Marrakech

The best thing about my stay was ...

People of Marrakech are very nice people,

10/10 Amazing

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Another World

Marrakech is a different world in only 3 hours of fly!!

10/10 Amazing

Friday, March 4, 2011

lovely red walled city

lovely red walled city but very noisy due to lots of mopeds around.take the marrakesh bus touristique to get a good idea of where evertyhing is in Marrakesh

The best thing about my stay was ...

everything very cheap

10/10 Amazing

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Marrakech - a wonderful exciting place to be.

We loved Marrakech because it is a city of many contrasts. You get the noise and smells of the souks and then the tranquillity of our riad. The people are very friendly and smile a lot. The women seem shy but also very willing to say hello. The Place at night is a brilliant experience and it is essential to eat atone of the many foodstalls. The modern town is interesting but we loced the Medina best. After the heat and dust of the city take a caleche ride to Les Jardins Majorelle - on oasis of peace and beauty.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The vibrancy and excitement.

10/10 Amazing

Friday, September 14, 2012

seductive sensual exotic

I return every year to reclaim my joie de vivre

The best thing about my stay was ...

There's nothing like it!

10/10 Amazing

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Great vibrant city. Bargain shopping, fab food!

Thoroughly enjoyed our long weekend in Marrakesh, had great food, (even the street food in the night market) great bargain shopping, top SPA treatment, (Traditional Morrocan Hammam) Lovely hot weather to sun bathe and swim. Great city break destination.

The best thing about my stay was ...

Bargain shopping and Morrocan food.

10/10 Amazing

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Great City

Great city all the yaear

The best thing about my stay was ...

Climate

10/10 Amazing

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Busy, lively, great experience!

Marrakech is very lively, bustling city. What you always remember about Marrakech is sounds, smells and tastes! There is always lots to do, i like Menara Gardens , Cyber Park and also El Badi Palace but the most exciting is the main square - Jemma el Fna. Great for shopping - good quality leather goods ( very cheap ), spices. The food is lovely and very cheap, try chicken tagine with lemon and olives or with vegetables .I would recommend this city for couples and singles but it's not a place for children as it's too busy! Will be back again!

The best thing about my stay was ...

souks

8/10 Great

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

buzzing and full on

Amazing place, learnt so much while I was there - sadly didn't get to do all the shopping I wanted because for 2 days Marrakesh was shut for revolution!!! Just a case of bad timing though ... beautiful city ... wil definately return some time.

The best thing about my stay was ...

monkeys fighting in the square :)

8/10 Great

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Great interesting place to see

Mixture of very rich to very poor. Lots to see and do. Exciting centre if not a little scary at times especially when travelling with young kids hold on tight!! Great city to explore. Would return!

The best thing about my stay was ...

The people

8/10 Great

Saturday, September 21, 2013

shopping mad in marrakesh

Marrakesh brill for shopping in souks as long as you dont mind getting lost down alleys lol but dont worry theres always someone to help you get out so long as you pay them.I loved the square you need to be there, the atmosphere is electric it takes you away into a different world. I wouldnt have missed visiting Marrakesh i loved it.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The Square and souks

8/10 Great

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

easy to do in a week

Marrakech grew on me. We were there two weeks which was probably too long at our hotel with its limited outside space. There are excursions to fill out your days but they come with hidden extras such as stopping off at local craft places to try and get you to part with more money. We ate cheaply in the square most nights but splashed out on an italian (Portofino) one night - very nice and went to the highly recommended Good Earth veggie restaurant another - great too with big portions. We went to the Essaouira on the bus by ourselves which was ok but a long ride back, train looked modern but it's still a long ride to Casablanca. We did the excursion to the waterfalls but you'll probably have to pay extra for a guide to help you climb to them (you must be fit) We were also less than a kilometre from the bomb when it went off so we were lucky. Even so I don't think we need to go again.

The best thing about my stay was ...

shopping

8/10 Great

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Exciting

Even though it is only a 3 hour or so flight from the uk you enter a different world. A combination of the old and new. The medina is a fascinating experience with the Jmaa el Fna square being the highlight especially during the evening. Be prepared for hard bargaining during most occasions where money changes hands- even taxi fares.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The medina

8/10 Great

Monday, October 11, 2010

good for the shopping and sunshine

Only 3.5 hours flight - so makes this very accessable alternative to the med. Good shopping - if you dont want to haggle go to the government fixed price shops - but they are not open on Sunday. Always barter with your taxi driver, you should generally pay half what he asks for but a taxi from your hotel is more than the taxi back. Try tagines and cous cous and the salads. Visit the main square and do a cookery experience. All in all a sun holiday with more culture!

The best thing about my stay was ...

Sunshine

8/10 Great

Saturday, June 15, 2013

una città tutta da scoprire

Sono stata 4 giorni a Marrakech e sono pochi per visitare una città così grande. Nella piazza principale jemaa el fna di giorno ci sono incantatori di serpenti, scimmie, aquile, signore che fanno tatuaggi all'henne o che leggono la mano, la sera invece diventa un grande ristorante sotto le stelle. Intorno alla piazza ci sono un'infinità di vicoli dove vendono merce di ogni tipo, ti sembra di essere tornata indietro nel tempo. Nella zona nuova invece si vede una città moderna e lussuosa con una vita notturna movimentata e con tantissimi locali alla moda frequentati da turisti e gente del posto con soldi.

The best thing about my stay was ...

piazza jemaa el fna

8/10 Great

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Marrakech

good for family holiday

The best thing about my stay was ...

sun

8/10 Great

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Loved it!!

A visit to Marrakesh is a must. Make sure you visit the Medina at day and night as the atmosphere is very different. With museums, palaces, mosques and gardens it is a beautiful city. Marrakesh is very noisy day and night so if you are looking for quiet it's not for you. Taxis are cheap and in abundance or if you prefer can use the horse & carriage or "hop on hop off bus" to take a tour of the city. You will be hassled by street/market sellers wherever you go and there are adults & children begging everywhere but it didn't bother us as we expected it. If you do want to take photographs of anyone be prepared to pay for it although a few dirhams does the trick! We did witness a few aggressive incidents which generally involved the snake charmers who never seemed satisfied with the amount of money they were given for taking photos. Alcohol is not particularly easy to come by although you can get a beer or wine at most hotels or a few of the restaurants around the Medina. It isnt cheap though around £3.50-£4.00 for a small bottle of beer. Anyone wanting a city break with a difference would definitely recommend Marrakesh.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The Medina, mosques, palaces.