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The city of Marrakech is known as the “red city” or “Al Hamra”. It is situated in the foothills of the Atlas Mountains and falls in the Moroccan Sahara. Its spectacular beauty lies in the view of the snow-covered mountains. The main attractions of the city are the Majorelle Gardens, the Musee Dar si Said, Menara, Djemma El Fna square, Koutoubia. The essential outdoor activities are, Marrakech tours, Marrakech day trips, and Sahara desert tours…

Marrakesh is the capital of the mid-southwestern economic region of Marrakech-Tensift-Al Haouz. It is located near the foothills of the Atlas Mountains. Most noteworthy, it comprises an old fortified city with an adjoining modern city. Above all, it has the world’s largest traditional market and is also famous for Djemaa el Fna, the busiest market in Africa. As the night falls, the Square converts into a huge open-air restaurant with night-food stalls offering the most authentic food. Even more, the Square leads to shops that sell traditional Moroccan carpets, leather goods, jewelry, handicrafts, copperware, and a lot more.

Our tour company organizes the best trips to popular Tourist Attractions in Marrakech. We aim at providing you with an enjoyable and relaxing vacation experience, and to ensure this we offer you the facility to customize your tour according to your preferences.

Marrakech aims to inspire with timeless tradition wrapped in contemporary luxury. A fabulous fusion of Africa and Asia, the city offers a truly sensory experience, where you’ll be enchanted by the spice soaked markets and kaleidoscope of colors that Morocco is famous for. What’s more, the staggering Atlas Mountains shadow the city, providing a mesmerizing backdrop, while drawing keen hikers to explore its snowcapped peaks and valleys.

Perfect for couples, friends, and solo adventurers alike, with plenty to do and see, it’s known as the Red City due to its rose-red 12th Century walls. Discover the vibrant souks of the city, where rows of spices, trinkets, and colorful carpets all beg to be explored. There is also a plethora of mosques, palaces, and royal gardens to discover, as well as museums and art galleries.

Spend your days wandering the many narrow streets and marketplaces, dipping into traditional cafés for a refreshing mint tea, or indulging in a delicious dish of lamb tagine with caramelized plums.

enhance your energy in Marrakech 

Marrakech is a frantic circus of activity in the arid foothills of the Atlas Mountains. The best way to experience it is to jump on in. Our luxury Marrakech holidays will help you lose your inhibitions and sense of direction, and embrace the loud, colorful city and its busy population.

Walk ten paces in any direction inside the ancient medina and you’ll come up against towering piles of spices, trundling donkey carts, and stalls selling fragrant slow-cooked dishes to make your mouth water. You can lounge like a sovereign in a palatial riad, graze at the food stalls at Djemaa el-Fnaa or lose yourself in the tiny switchback alleyways of the medina, perusing the many souks as you go.

If the crowds get too much, escape to the Ville Nouvelle with its contemporary art museums, smart restaurants, and boutiques. Or else visit the relaxing gardens and bask in the colors at Jardin Majorelle. Once owned by French designer Yves Saint Laurent, it’s famous for its electric blue walls and cactus gardens. In the evening, Café France is the place to head. Here you can sip mint tea with the call of the muezzin as your soundtrack and watch Djemaa el-Fnaa’s transformation, as the snake charmers make way for steaming food stalls.

If you’re feeling adventurous, get off the beaten track on a trip to the Atlas Mountains, just an hour from the city. Our luxury Marrakech holidays will give you a unique insight into this busy and tantalizing city and its surroundings.

Unmissable Marrakech attractions

Marrakesh has many palaces, souk districts; mosques,s and madrassas that a traveler can visit. The key attractions of the city are the Majorelle Gardens, the Musee Dar si Said, Youssef madrasa, the El Bahia Palace, the El Badi Palace, and the Koutoubia mosque. Another highlight of the city is the famous Djemma El Fna Square. The souk districts are heaven for bargainers. You can buy almost everything including shoes, bags, dresses, jewelry, and kaftans. The price-rates vary on the time of the day and the products sold during the day. As far as food is concerned, the Square is the place where you will see food stalls lined up with mouthwatering international dishes. The delicacies of Marrakesh also include snails and goat heads. Finally, Do not miss the tea at these stalls. Ginseng, ginger, and cinnamon teas are the most delicious teas. Customize your tour to Marrakesh now with