Explore Marrakech, the most famous and vibrant of Morocco’s Imperial cities, on a full-day guided sightseeing tour. With an experienced guide, immerse yourself in the rich history, vivid art, and ancient local culture of the “red city.”
Discover iconic attractions like Djemaa el Fna Square and the magnificent Koutoubia Mosque. Visit enchanting sites such as the Ben Youssef Medersa, Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace, Majorelle Gardens, and Le Jardin Secret. Marrakech’s fascination and beauty will leave you wanting to extend your stay in this incomparable city.
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This Marrakech sightseeing tour is the perfect option to explore the red city. It allows you to get to places that you will not find on your own and explore Marrakech in depth. Departure in the morning from your riad in a comfortable air-conditioned car. Then discover the main attractions of Marrakech accompanied by a certified guide and a driver. On this Marrakech sightseeing tour, you will visit the following attractions:
Djemaa El Fna Square: Marrakech is probably best known for its main square. Its juice stalls, dried fruits, and spice sellers, snake charmers. As well as women applying henna, storytellers, and the myriad of nightly food stalls. Explore the souks and shops of Marrakech.
The Majorelle Gardens: a serene garden originally designed by Jacques Majorelle and owned by Yves Sait Laurent. Majorelle is well known for its washed blue walls. It contains fish pools, a little bridge, and paths, plenty of plants and trees as well as relaxing cafés.
The Kotobia Mosque: one of the largest, most beautiful mosques and the country and a landmark in the red city. The mosque is built in a traditional Almohad style and the tower (69m) is adorned with four copper globes.
El Bahia Palace: is an excellent and beautiful representation of Eastern Architecture. It dates back to the 19th century and exemplifies the standards of the wealthy who lived at that time. This fascinating place was built by Ahmad Ibn Musa between 1894 and 1900. With its tiled walls and illuminated cedar wood ceiling, the palace is an amazing representation of craftsmanship.
The Saadian Tombs: date back to the time of Sultan Ahmed Al-Mansur (1578-1603). The tombs were discovered in 1971 and were restored. Because of its delicate decorations and unique architecture, the mausoleum has become a major attraction to visitors to Marrakech.