Marrakesh is also known as the Red City due to the terracotta-hued buildings, and it’s distinctive for its rich history and culture. Found at the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, this city is steeped in tradition and wonder. Ancient landmarks, delectable cuisine, unrivaled architecture, and discreet aromas go beyond the limits of usual travel experience.

Medina: A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is built with narrow alleys full of colors. It has a wide range of souqs, hidden courtyards, busy squares, and many shops with textiles, handcrafted creations, ceramics, and leather goods. When in Medina, don’t miss the chance to try mint tea and stroll around the traditional marketplaces.
Ben Youssef Mosque: Named after the revered Moroccan scholar and Sufi saint, Sidi Youssef Ben Ali, the mosque dates back to the 12th century. Elegant design features, geometric patterns, and beautiful arches showcase the exquisite skills of local artisans. A courtyard with marble columns and wonderful fountains greets the visitors and an atmosphere of reverence is reflected everywhere.

Jemaa el-Fnaa: The central square, the core of Marrakesh’s life. Jema el-Fnaa is a haven for musicians, acrobats, snake charmers and other entertainers who impress both locals and travelers. At night, the square becomes a food market, where you can find the true Moroccan cuisine, like tagine and couscous.

Bahia Palace: Built in the late 19th century, Bahia Palace was the residence of a rich Moroccan nobleman. Today, it boasts beautiful courtyards, intricately carved woodwork, and impressive tilework, exuding the city’s architectural identity. Its rooms are sumptuous and adorned with colorful mosaics, while a walk around the gardens introduces you to the orange trees and the blooming roses.
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