- 10 December 2013
Renowned for the activity and the skill of its craftsmen and the dynamic of its souks, Marrakech shines also by the quality of its weather and its exceptional and varied environment. With its Palmeraie, its rose gardens, the proximity of the snow-covered Atlas and flowery valleys and waterfalls, Marrakech is considered the capital of southern Morocco. At the crossroads of cultures, Marrakech is the city guardian of Moroccan traditions and folklore. A city rich in architectural heritage, the Ochre city is one of the most notorious places of international tourism.
Monuments and Palaces:
Marrakech is a city rich in monuments and palaces. Visit the city and discover the majestic silhouette of the Koutoubia (11th century), the Saadian Tombs (16th century), the Bahia Palace (19th century) and the Ramparts. Jemaa el Fna to savour traditional cuisine, wander around the shops and enjoy a folkloric entertainment.
Not to forget to visit the historical gardens: The Majorelle Garden and the Menara Gardens …