Nighttime is the best time to visit Jemaa el Fna as the food stalls light up and locals come out to shop.
Grab a spot at one of the rooftop bars to watch the sun go down.
u want to experience the truly exotic, a visit to a Hammam is a must. Hammams are a massage and steam bath.
If you are a couple and want to stay somewhere romantic in Marrakech, we thought we’d start off by booking your trip to Marrakech.
A cooking class is a great way to get an introduction and one of the best things to do in Marrakech.
The Saadian Tombs are one of the most visited sights in the city (the lines ups are there to prove it) and thus one of the not to miss things to do in Marrakech.
Another popular food experience in Marrakech is with Souk Cuisine.
It’s hard to miss the Koutoubia Mosque with its tall minaret standing tall over the Medina.
We booked a tour with Get Your Guide to the Bahia Palace and had a pleasant day strolling the gardens of this 19th-century palace.
One of the most popular things to do in Marrakech is to visit the enchanting gardens of Jardin Marjorelle.
Also known as the Museum of Moroccan Arts, Dar Si Said Museum is the oldest museum in Marrakech that focuses on Moroccan carpets.
Built by the Sultan Ahmed el Mansour in the 16th century, the vast grounds offer a glimpse into what life was like at the height of the city’s glory.
A madrassa is a former educational institution and the Ben Youssef Madrasa was the largest Islamic school in Morocco.
Tanneries have been around for a thousand years. Located in the Bab Debbagh quarter of the medina.
The Mellah (or Jewish Quarter) dates back to Marrakech and has undergone major renovations since 2016.
One of the Marrakech Medina’s finest examples of a traditional riad is the Dar El Bacha Palace.
Moroccans are very hospitable people and you may find yourself invited in for tea on more than one occasion.
One of our favourite things in any city is to sit on a terrace to take in the sunset and the energy of the city.
The Sahara Desert is just a short drive from the city center and a visit to Marrakech would not be complete without exploring the dunes.