Taking a day to explore the most famous sights of Marrakech, including the Berber Museum, the Castle, and Jardin Majorelle.
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The most lively and colourful open-air market offers the most exotic smells, sights, and sounds for sale.
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The middle of the day starts with your pickup from your accommodation, and then makes a trip to magical and picturesque Jardin Majorell, a botanical garden formerly operated by Yves Saint Laurent. Take a walk around the luscious trees and tropical plants lining the peaceful ponds of this mystical oasis. Appreciate the view of giant water lilies and strikingly big lotus flowers that float in the soothing waters.
It will be helpful to head along to the nearby Berber Museum where you can read more about the Moroccan culture. The museum showcases the remarkable ingenuity of the Berbers and offers an explanation of their colourful community. Based on artefacts, cultural costumes, and jewels, it provides a glimpse into their lively culture. Next, make sure to travel to the New City to be purely in the midst of this utterly magnificent framework. Today, the village is a busy centre with foreign labels and chic cafés as well as one of the largest Champs Elysées of Marrakech.
Later this evening you will visit the elegant Bahia Palace to enjoy the stunning Moorish architecture and the breathtaking ceramic tiles. After having spent some time in one of the Jewish quarters, you should wander around the city in order to get a deeper idea of the essential significance of the Jewish culture and society in the build-up of the distinctive identity of Marrakech. When travelling in Morocco, take a trip to the country’s largest synagogue, Slat Al Azama, which was built by Jews who were expelled from Spain.
You first arrive at the stunning Moulay El Yazid Mosque and see then have to see the Bab Agnaou, one of the 19 gates of Marrakech and the key gateway to the Royal Kasbah. Finally, I shall walk through the intriguing labyrinths of this often daunting city’s enjoyable and lively open-air marketplace. Among the surprises to see will be bazaars full of beauty and character, stalls filled with strange potions, vivid piles of herbs, beautiful rugs, and much more. The mixture of noises, sights, and smells will crowd out all else and concentrate all on a single sense of sight, sound, and scent.