Marrakech, the capital of southern Morocco, has stood for close to a thousand years. Today, it is fully equipped to host big events and conferences, with its luxury hotels, restaurants, golf courses, and casinos. Its international airport makes it very accessible from Europe’s major hubs. Marrakech is the cultural heart of the country, a city full of passion and energy. The most popular tourist destination in Morocco, it remains a most intriguing city, a place of magnificent architecture, vast palm oases and magical souks.
The 19th-century Bahia Palace grants visitors an intimate glance into the lives of royalty. Dozens of rooms are open for public viewing, including the former residence of the Grand Vizier.
TIt is located in the southwest medina quarter of Marrakech, the Koutoubia Mosque is the largest mosque in Marrakech. It is famed especially for its magnificent minaret, the oldest of the three great Almohad minarets remaining in the world.
DJemaa El-Fnaa Square
Djemaa el-Fnaa is the busiest square in the whole of Africa, packed with fire-eaters, dancers, Amazigh acrobats, astrologers, and a hundred other types of street entertainers.
The Majorelle Gardens is one of the most visited sites in Morocco. It took French painter Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) forty years of passion and dedication to create this enchanting garden in the heart of the “Ochre City”.
Located to the west of Marrakech, at the gates of the Atlas mountains. They were built in the 12th century. The name Menara derives from the pavillon with its small green pyramid roof (Menzeh). The pavilion was built during the 16th century Saadi dynasty.