5 Days


Exploring the Area

Ancient, cosmopolitan Marrakech is a city that bursts with life as a religious, business, and cultural center of the region, and is renowned for its open and welcoming spirit. Medina is the old city that lies inside the sandstone walls that gave Morocco the nickname “Ochre City,” and is a place of narrow, winding streets and street markets that operate at a hectic pace. Modern suburbs surround the ancient hub, extending in all directions and putting a contemporary face on the city. Marrakech is set in the dramatic shadow of the Atlas Mountains. The chaos of the markets gives way to the delightful serenity of the city’s many spas and green spaces. There are numerous lush gardens dating from the Imperial era, including Majorelle Gardens and Menara Gardens

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When to Visit Marrakech

Marrakech enjoys a hot, semi-arid climate that sees dramatic temperature swings between day and night. Average daytime temperatures in July and August rise to just under 100 degrees Fahrenheit, making it a slower season for tourism. Spring and fall, with temperatures between 50 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit on average, see more tourists.

Where to Stay in Marrakech

There is a wealth of accommodation options in Marrakech, from sleek, modern suites to the gracious riyad (or riad) – traditional mansions built around a central courtyard – of the Medina. The Hotel La Maison Arabe is a luxury boutique hotel in a beautifully preserved Riyad, incorporating a jazz bar and outdoor pool. For full-service luxury, stay at the Hotel Pullman Marrakech Palmeraie Resort and Spa, a 5-star property. At the very high end, you’ll find stunning modern hotels like the Four Seasons Resort Marrakech.

Where to Eat

From multi-course meals served in palatial grandeur to delicious street food at bargain prices, Marrakech offers a full range of culinary options. Al Fassia is run entirely by women and serves up traditional Moroccan favorites. Tagines start at Dhs 140. Gastro MK, located in an ornate building in Medina, offers a menu of European-style cuisine, with a 5-course tasting menu that begins at DH650 per person. Cafes are everywhere, like the Bakchich, offering salads, sandwiches, and baghrir (like pancakes,) starting from Dhs 15.

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