This city is a bridge between the past and the present. From the old red walls and palace, to the modern markets and gardens. The city offers many historical sites and museums.
Jema-el-fnaa an old square in Marakech, it was once used for public decapitations. However, it has now been transformed into a modern square with flea markets , story tellers , musicians and street performers that pack the square.
Visit Palmeraie, which has over 150,000 palm trees. You can use a camel to get around Palmeraie, or to go a desert tour. See the old ruined cities, mud houses and ancient palaces.
The Saadian Tombs
The Saadian Tombs are one of the only Tombs left in Morocco. Most of the tombs where destroyed because the people believed they harboured evil spirits. So you might hear some good ghost stories.
The Dar Si Saïd Museum
The Dar Si Saïd Museum, and on Rue Riad Zitoun Jdid has an entrance fee of only Dh 25(£2). Set in an old palace, it houses many different artefacts from Morocco through the ages, such as wood carvings, musical instruments, and weapons.
El Badi Palace and Manerra Gardens
The palace is in ruins now but has some amazing underground passageways that you can explore. The manerra gardens is filled with so many rare trees and plants, making it so peaceful and serene.
No matter where you visit in Marakech you will definitely be captivated by the beauty of the city, and you will learn a lot from the locals.