The vibe in Marrakech old Medina is so electric. The city vibrates to the beat of its people. The vendors walking through the narrow streets with their donkeys, screaming Balak! (move out of the way!) to unsuspecting travelers. The hustle and bustle of the famous Jemaa El Fnaa square that comes to life at night. The maze that they call a souk. And of course, all the beautiful places to visit like the Bahia Palace, Yves Saint-Laurent’s Jardin Majorelle, Koutoubia Mosque, Menara Gardens, Saadian Tombs, and so much more.
Explore Marrakech old Medina.
Marrakech old Medina ( old city ) is now a UNESCO world heritage site. Founded in 1070-1072 by the Almoravid, Marrakech remained a political, economic, and culture center for long period. Its influence was felt throughout the western Muslim world, from North Africa to Andalusia.
Visit Bahia Palace.
Bahia Palace is located in the old medina of Marrakech. It was built in the late 19th century, aimed to be the most magnificent palace with many gardens of its time.
Visit Majorelle garden.
The Majorelle garden is a two and half acre botanical garden and artists landscape garden in Marrakech. Collections of cacti, exotic plants, and trees are landscaped to emphasize each one’s unique beauty.
The Koutoubia mosque.
The Koutoubia mosque is the largest mosque in Marrakech. Located next to Jamaa el Fena square, is one of the iconic landmarks that must be visited while in Marrakech.
Visit Jemaa El fna square.
Is a big square in the old Medina, you need to visit both during the day as well as at night. By day, most of the square is just a big open space.
The square gets its real look when the square gradually fills up with people and restaurants all around, A scene you definitely need to experience.
Once you’ve visited the most interesting parts of Marrakech, we highly recommend booking a private desert excursion or private tour from Marrakesh to other attractive cities, because it’s a dream of anyone who comes to Morocco. By sending send us an email at email@example.com.