One cannot think of Morocco without thinking of Marrakech, an imperial city founded in 1070. Marrakech is colourful, from the adobe clay used for walls, to the creeping flowers rising along facades and palm trees, culminating in unbelievable snow-covered mountain peaks contrasted against bright blue skies. A sunny oasis that enthralls all the senses with its vistas, the scents of flowers and spices, the sights of traditional architecture, and the sounds of music and nature. The different districts of the city range in its influences with those from Europe, its Jewish quarters, nature, and tradition.
Marrakech has been a tourist attraction for over a century and has evolved to balance modern life while respecting its culture and tradition. It is a family-friendly destination with various water and theme parks and playgrounds, and is also a haven for thrill seekers and adventurers who want to ski, trek, practice water sports, ride camels, or even go hot air ballooning! Relax by visiting a traditional hammam or Bath, or shop in the souk or in the higher-end boutiques available after visiting the Yves St Laurent Museum.
THINGS TO DO
— Lose yourself in the medina – a maze of narrow streets surrounded by ramparts
— Purchase spices, Moroccan crafts, and one-of-a-kind handmade accessories at the souk
— Tour a museum dedicated to the French fashion designer Yves St Laurent
— Visit the synagogues in the Jewish-influenced district of the Mellah
— View at least one of the nineteen gates leading into the medina of Marrakech
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