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Top Five Attractions to See in Marrakech

When you plan a trip to Morocco, then Marrakech is your ultimate destination to visit and explore. You can be rest assured of unforgettable experience of the epical and magical city, known as the imperial city. The intrigue and excitement attached with the city is amazing, and the alleyways and streets depict a scintillating outlook. If excitement coupled with thrill is the way to go for you, then the city of Marrakech would serve you ideally. Following are the top five travel destinations located in Marrakech.

Djemaa El-Fna

With the beautiful restaurants, streets filled with various stalls and the delicacy of the Moroccan weather make Djemaa-El-Fna the busiest and the most talked about market in the entire Africa. Entertaining music and delicious traditional Moroccan food add to the fun and excitement on offer at this place. Local cuisine of Marrakech has a significant place in the entire region.
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Djamaa El-Fna

Menara Gardens

Menara Gardens are gardens located west of the imperial city of Marrakech. These gardens contain beautiful orchards and olive trees. When you travel there, you will see a huge basin that dated back in the 12the century. The primary purpose of the basin was for irrigation use. Now it has become an additional attraction to see in that area. You will also be sure to experience a stunning view of the mighty Atlas Mountains!
Majorelle Garden

Menara Gardens


This place is a treat for people fond of palm trees. Comprising of 10,000 trees stretching over hundreds of miles, this place depicts the cultural life of Marrakech in a serene way. While visiting this place, you must not miss out on a camel ride, which has become a traditional treat for the visitors. If you do not have a car to drive yourself to this natural masterpiece, then you do not have to worry a bit. The tourist buses operate throughout the day, making your journey smoother and stress free. Visiting this palm garden is among the top things to do in Marrakech.
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Majorelle Garden is another site worth a visit

Koutoubia Mosque

Marrakech’s oldest and largest mosque, Koutoubia Mosque depicts the impressive architectural artifact of the Muslim era. People from various parts of the world come to pay this mosque a visit and take memorable pictures with them.
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Road to the Koutoubia mosque

Al Hammam – (Turkish bath)

Al hamman is a traditional Moroccan bath, which focuses on cleansing and relaxation. The origin of Al-hammam comes from Turky (Ottoman Empire), and it becomes popular throughout the Middle East region. When taking a bath, you will enjoy moments of deep relaxations with continuous hot and dry air flowing in. which allows you to perspire freely. At the end, you will be receiving a massage from a specialist.



Jessica M
Saturday, January 19, 2013 at 3:37:04 AM
Lovely town! Marrakech is a beautiful city with so many things to see and do there.
Tom Savage
Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 6:40:30 AM
Beautiful attractions, thank you for sharing it with us.

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Morocco Festivals & Holidays Calendar
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International Festival of Nomads

- Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Based in small village of M’hamid el ghislane, features music, exhibitions, conferences, and handicraft displays. The festival starts in March 3rd and ends in March 8th.

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