Soak up Marrakech and enjoy this personalized all-inclusive tour of the city. Explore the ancient ramparts of the city, the splendid palaces and their emblematic Moorish architecture and discover the prestigious Majorelle garden and its French-influenced architecture and its link with the French designer, Yves Saint Laurent, before finishing this private tour in beauty and style on a memorable crossing of the majestic palm grove, a lush oasis of calm, where Arab kings build palaces and celebrities spend their holidays (if you request it, a camel ride can be organized in this beautiful oasis, with laughter guaranteed!).
Your multilingual driver and your experienced guide will be at your service to help you and allow you to discover the best of Marrakech. You will be picked up at your hotel in a brand new air conditioned minivan and driven to each monument planned as part of the discovery of Marrakech.
If you want to save your time , your energy . your guide Youssef Kharroubi will spare your frustration .
Youssef Kharroubi was born and raised up inside the old medina and he will do all his most to inform you about the history of the city and its dynasties.
He will also dig deep into the different sections of the souq and , Thus , bit by bit the souq ancient geography will begin to reveal its mysteries and GPS .
A guide who gets along with all people ,all ages . help you bargain inside the souq (assist you to ship in case you need it), making sure you leave the city with durable memories.
A lush garden with lemon trees, orange blossoms and palm trees, Arsat Moulay Abdessalam Cyber Park is also equipped ... with multimedia terminals! To you the free Wifi and the wink in picture to your friends!
Located along the Avenue Mohamed V and limited on the other side by the ramparts, this 8-hectare park, renovated and located in the heart of the city, was inaugurated in 2005 by Her Royal Highness Princess Lalla Hasna, President of the Mohammed VI foundation for the protection of the environment. This place combines nature and new technlogies
The Mohammed VI Foundation for the Environment wanted to revitalize it by adding a contemporary touch. Far from art exhibitions, this park is endowed with technological notes and computer winks. The facilities were made possible thanks to many partners from the field of communication and media such as Maroc Telecom.
During your walks in the Cyber Park, you will cross many internet terminals, you can sit on a bench and connect to wifi and phone from the various telephone booths in the garden. Moulay Abdessalam Park also has an amphitheater and a play area for children.
The garden is a pleasant place in which to walk. Designed by a renowned architect, it is planted with palms, citrus fruits and bougainvillea. It is also decorated with several water points and fountains.
Traditional place and nerve center of Marrakech, the Jemaa el-Fna square seduces all travelers who venture there. Singers meet snake charmers, dancers and fortune tellers ... A must-go that will not cost you a dime!
In the 17th century, the mosque of tranquility "Jemaâ el Hna" was born in the square. The plague decimated part of the population, including the Sultan. As a result, the place will take the dark name of the destroyed mosque: "Jemaâ el Fna".
Jemaa El Fna square is considered as a destination of all enchantment, it tells the history of Morocco yesterday and today while subjugating its visitors by its charm starting in the morning and reaches its peak in the evening.
The charm of this place comes from the multitude of street artists, stalls of dried fruit or freshly squeezed orange juice and the multitude of small restaurants that invest its center in the early evening and participate in perfuming all the surroundings.
It is generally frequented in the morning to taste the excellent crepes of Toubkal coffee, at midday for a sunbathe on the terrace of the cafe de france, and in the evening in order to enjoy dozens of musical and artistic events taking place in the heart of the jemaa el fna square.
one of the other attractions of the place jamaa el fna is that its activities are not exclusively oriented to tourists. we can find herbalists, tooth pullers, public writes and even marabouts offering their services to a varied Moroccan clientele.
Linking the medina of Marrakech to the new district of Gueliz, Mohammed V Avenue is the most modern commercial district of the city.
Do not hesitate to walk there to taste a bit of the contemporary life of the Ocher City. Designed by the architect of Marshal Lyautey, under the French protectorate, Avenue Mohammed V extends from Place Foucaud to the Place de la Liberté, in the heart of Guéliz. Today Avenue Mohammed V is undoubtedly the most Europeanized area of Marrakech.
You will find all international chains of stores such as Zara or Mango and the big names of fast food, McDonald's and Pizza Hut not to name them. Many corporate offices and administrations are also located there.
If you are searching for a place to do shopping, well you can find the most luxrious ready to wear shops in the city throughout Mohammed V. and if it's about finding a place to dine or if you want to change Moroccan cuisine and try something else, in Gueliz you will find more western restaurants.
Even if the area seems more luxurious, prices are still relatively low, dinner in a pizzeria near the major hotels of Avenue Mohammed 6 will not cost more than 120-140 dirhams for two people.
If the Medina is the historical center of the city of Marrakech, avenue Mohammed 5 and gueliz the most luxirious, Mohammed 6 avenue is the modern and economics heart of the city. Young and dynamic, this avenue was inaugurated in 2004. it includes the headquarters of many international brands and major banks, restaurants, fast food, also the biggest discotheque, the royal theater, the megarama multiplex and the Al Mazar shopping center. the buildings of this avenu are contemporary and of high standing.
The Ourika is only about an hour drive from Marrakech, settled in the Atlas Mountains. It is one of the most beautiful Moroccan valleys.
This destination attracts many tourists casually. It is also a highly recommended excursion if you want to escape the excitement of the big city and to treat yourself to a bit of authenticity and nature. In The ourika valley you will lose yourself in mesmerizing landscapes made of glowing mountains and expanses of lush vegetation.
This wonderful valley gives you the opportunity to take the air, to discover new cultures and get away from the stifling days or even too animated evenings of Marrakech. a day is more than enough to discover the valley, to get there, the best would be to rent a taxi in Marrakech. On the other hand if you are the type of person who like swimming in clear water, passionate about plants and spices, in this case, it is better to plan two days to enjoy more.
The population is mainly berber, if you are looking for Moroccan crafts, you will be without a doubt served !