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.
Depart for Marrakech,through the highway for a day trip guided by a Local Guide . Upon arrival in Marrakech, we begin our tour to discover best sightseeing of the city:
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.
- Please note that we are legally required to hire a local tour guide for the monuments tour in Marrakech.
- if you have specific sights you wish to see by your own or you want more free time in the city, then you are able to SKIP or LEAVE the guided walking city tour, at any point, to pursue your own sightseeing itinerary.