Let’s walk Marrakech with our English Speaking Guide!
Marrakech is famous with its medina, an old town filled with a lot of old Islamic architectures. Find the most important ones with the guide and stroll around a maze-like souk to enjoy shopping!
1) Departure in Marrakech
We’ll pick you up from a hotel or riad in Marrakech in the morning.
2) Visit Bahia Palace
First we visit the area of old islamic buildings.
Bahia Place was built at the end of the 19th century, as a house of a vizier for one of the Islamic dynasties.
Some people say it resembles Alhambra Palace in Spain.
2) Saadian Tombs
Tombs of sultans in the Saadian dynasty are right in the center of Marrakech city. Beautiful zerij tiles cover the walls of the mausoleum.
3) Bab Agnou
This huge gate is one of the landmarks in Marrakech. Originally, built in the 12th century.
4) Get to the tower of Koutoubia
The minaret, tower of the Koutoubia Mosque is the center of the Marrakech old town. The famous Jemaa el Fna Square is right next to this mosque and, huge maze-like souk also starts from here.
5) Shopping in souk
Baouche, Morrocan slippers, jellabas, Moroccan dress, or anything is here in this souk, a huge market. Don’t worry when you get lost, because anyone loses a way at least one time here 🙂
6) Ben Youssef Madrasa
After getting through the big souk, you will find a beautiful islamic school, Ben Youssef Madrasa. This is one of the highlights in the Marrakech city.
7) Jemaa el Fna Square
Things you won’t miss here are: Fresh orange juice, harira, Morrocan soup, street performances, and friendly Moroccans! It’s a lot of fun to visit here either day or night.
8) Back to hotel
Drop you off at your hotel or riad. Enjoy your evening in Marrakech!
For price and bookings:
- Tips and Things to Do in Marrakech (aroundtheworldinfiftydays.wordpress.com)
- Day 1 in Marrakech. – Marrakech, Morocco (travelpod.com)