Marrakech
Marrakech

Marrakech

Expect a colourful trip filled with wonderful tastes and smells in warm and welcoming Marrakech.

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MARRAKECH-MENARA

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From 05/02/2019 to 23/03/2019

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5 good reasons to go

Rich heritage
Rich heritage
Marrakech boasts stunning architecture and landmarks in both the Medina (the old city) and the Gueliz (the new city). Visitors to the “Red City” will be impressed by the old city walls, Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, Ben Youssef Madrasa college, Dar al Baida pavilion, the Saadian tombs and lots more.
Stroll through Marrakech, a real oasis
Stroll through Marrakech, a real oasis
The Ochre City has been beautified over the centuries with a number of stunning green spaces Enjoy some time-out in the Menara Gardens, Majorelle Garden, Secret Garden and Agdal Gardens. They are havens of peace in the city, so why not take a relaxing walk in the fresh air. The Palm Grove is another great place to wander around.
You’ll be surprised by the landscape
You’ll be surprised by the landscape
When you booked a flight to Marrakech, did you think you’d be travelling into the mountains? The Atlas Mountains are just a few dozen kilometres south of Marrakech. On a trip to the mountains, you’ll pass through countryside that’s sometimes arid, sometimes lush and green. The city is also right on the edge of the Sahara desert and its reddy-coloured dunes.
Must-see museums in Marrakech
Must-see museums in Marrakech
There’s nothing better than the museums in Marrakech for a crash course in Moroccan culture. The Marrakech Museum, Museum of Islamic Art, Bert-Flint Museum, Dar Si Saïd Museum and the Berber Museum all exhibit art and beautiful, hand-crafted items. The Yves Saint-Laurent Museum provides an unforgettable insight into the world of the fashion icon.
Taste delicious Moroccan cuisine
Taste delicious Moroccan cuisine
Moroccan food awakens the senses as it smells and tastes so good. Try some of the country’s well-known dishes such as couscous, tajines, pastillas, briouatesand Tanjia Marrakchia, a Marrakech speciality. You’ll definitely find it hard to resist the country’s oriental pastries which are served with mint tea.

To see / do

Culture and history

Bahia Palace

Bahia Palace

The “palace of the beautiful” is a complex made up of over 150 rooms built for one of the wives of the Grand Vizier. The building was constructed in the 19th century in an Arab-Andalusian style. Courtyards, ceilings and floors are painted or covered in mosaic, making them simply divine. And surrounding the palace, there’s a very beautiful garden filled with orange trees.

Berber culture

Berber culture

In Majorelle Garden, you’ll see a successful blend of cacti, bamboo trees and a stunning fountain. Visitors flock to this lush, green urban oasis. Within the garden, you’ll also find the Berber Museum which was created by Yves Saint-Laurent and Pierre Bergé. The museum, which is home to a collection of creative Berber objects, is in a building painted in the famously-bright Majorelle Blue.

In search of Saadian tombs

The Saadian tombs, just ten minutes’ walk from the stunning Koutoubia Mosque, bear witness to the Golden Age in Marrakech. The Saadian dynasty reigned over the city from the 16th to 18th centuries. The royal necropolis is an Andalusian-Moorish masterpiece. The columns, marble, cedar wood and stuccoworks have all been finely crafted. Guided tours unveil the tombs’ secrets.

Outings

The souks of the Medina

The idea of visiting Marrakech without seeing the souks is simply ridiculous! The souks are the soul of the city where tons of craftsmen exhibit their work. Each souk district has its speciality: musical instruments, leather, fabric, oriental slippers, jewellery, spices and more. Stalls are lined up one after the other in a labyrinth of little streets.

The hustle and bustle of Jemaa el-Fnaa square

The hustle and bustle of Jemaa el-Fnaa square

This square is the beating heart of Marrakech. Jemaa el-Fnaa is like an open-air theatre and is lively day and night. If you go there in the afternoon, you’ll be able to see snake charmers and street art.   Evenings are the prime time for story-tellers. The delicious smell of cooking food emanates from some of the little stands.

Gastronomy

Unbeatable couscous

Unbeatable couscous

You can’t go to Marrakech without eating some fabulous couscous. This dish is a Moroccan classic. Couscousmade from semolina is served with meat, vegetables and a sauce lightly seasoned with harissa. Lamb, chicken and merguez sausage are used to make royal couscous.

Tanjia Marrakchia, the ultimate dish in Marrakech

Tanjia Marrakchia is the ultimate dish in Marrakech. Tanjias are ceramic urns used for cooking meat. The word “tanjia” is also used to describe the meal itself. Meat (beef, chicken or lamb) is cooked in preserved lemon, saffron, cumin and turmeric and left to simmer for several hours so the meat becomes tender. A real treat!

Practical information

Flight duration

2h30

Time difference

-1h GMT

Currency

Dirham

Distance

1965 km

Average temperature

Spring

23°C (max 34°C)

Summer

28°C (max 39°C)

Autumn

18°C (max 29°C)

Winter

14°C (max 24°C)

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