Things to do in Marrakech
Morocco captivates travellers with its bustling souks, beautiful landscapes and magical deserts. Here are the essential cities and places to visit on your trip.
The weekly custom of going to the hammam is one of the most enjoyable rituals in Morocco. In Marrakesh, you’ll find some of its main temples.
Inspired by the painter Jacques Majorelle, the Majorelle Garden also has close links with another artist, the designer Yves Saint Laurent.
Marrakesh is a perfect place to get to know, experience and enjoy Moroccan cuisine in its everyday restaurants, on the street and in upscale establishments.
Essaouira is a great place for a holiday that combines visiting a small coastal town with beach tourism.
Even Hollywood has surrendered to the magic of Ait Ben Haddou, Morocco’s labyrinthine kasbah that has survived into modern times.
The Ouzoud Waterfalls excursion from Marrakesh is one of the most refreshing and authentic Moroccan excursions.
Two of the most spectacular landscapes that can be visited in inland Morocco, on the so-called Route of the 1,000 Kasbahs.
As interesting as Marrakesh itself are the excursions that can be made from the city, just a few hours away by road.