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.
This large public space is the city’s meeting place: snake charmers, dancers, water carriers, cafés, food stalls, restaurants… You’ll find it all.
Like a spider’s web, the narrow streets of the souk of Marrakesh will trap you in a world of aromas and different shades of colour.
Moroccan cuisine is brimming with ingredients, flavour combinations, cooking techniques and variation, and spices play a key role.
Anyone who likes a spot of shopping will fall head over heels for Morocco’s souks, a pleasure for the senses offering a wealth of options.
Conceived in the 19th century to be the most impressive architectural work in Marrakesh, it was plundered on the death of the grand vizier, even by his wives.
The endless dunes in the desert or the colours of the walled medinas of Morocco will enthral the youngest members of the family, who will enjoy an incredible experience.