Imperial City Tour
Visit monuments dating back to the 13th century, such as the Bahia Palace and the Dar Si Said Museum within the ramparts of Medina.
An official guide escorts the tour party tailored to your areas of interest, be it monuments, antique houses or shopping.
Djemma el Fna Square
By day, the square is teeming with orange juice stalls, youth with chained Barbary apes, water sellers in colourful costumes with traditional leather water-bags and brass cups, and snake charmers who merrily pose for photographs.
In the evening, the square comes alive with Chleuh dancing boys, storytellers, magicians, and traditional medicine practitioners. After dusk, the square gets animated with crowds patronising the food-stalls.
The official guide walks you through the historical significance of the Bahia Palace, Medersa Ben Youssef and Koutoubia.
Marrakech resembles a garden of rosebushes and oranges trees. Visit Jardin Majorelle for exquisite plants. The botanical garden was designed by French artist Jacques Majorelle when Morocco was a protectorate of France.
Explore the city on a horse-drawn carriage.
Shopping in the Souks
Marrakech has the largest souks (Arabic markets) in Morocco. The traditional marketplace is a heady mix of colours, sounds, scents, and flavours. Shop for souvenirs to take back from your vacation.