The red-colored imperial city of Marrakesh a medieval city of drama, myth and mystery, Marrakech will captivate all who venture behind its ochre-coloured walls, The winding alleys of the medina and the sights, sounds and smells of the souks, the human drama that is Djemaa el-Fna square make Marakech Morocco’s crown jewel.
35 € / Person
- The Menara Gardens : epitomize a typical Islamic garden Laid out in the 12th century feature a large pool overlooked by a green tile-roofed pavilion.
- Saadian Tombs : The Royal tombs of the Saadian dynasty are beautifully adorned with domed ceilings, intricate carvings and ornate plasterwork.
- The Koutoubia Mosque and the Minaret : was built in 1120 and standing at 70m, it is the spiritual landmark of Marrakech.
- Djemaa El-fna : is a square and market place in the pulsing heart of the medina.a famous square for setting for an incredible spectacle with snake charmers, and moroccan folklore music
- Ali Ben Youssef Madrasa : is an old Koranic school, built in the 14th century, and it was one of the largest theological schools in North Africa.
- The Souks: a labyrinth place to wander around and where you let your senses explore the sights, smells and sounds. is a haven for shoppers traditional pottery to decorative metalwork, leather goods, fabrics, spices.
- The old Jewish Quarter: was originally created in 1558 by the Saadians. It housed the Jewish population of Marrakesh, consisting mostly of metal workers, sugar traders, bankers, jewelers and tailors.