Located in the center of the country, Marrakech is the perfect base for desert trips and all the southern Morocco regions.
All in Marrakech revolves around the mythical Jemaa El Fna square, a large public space animated by artists, storytellers, snake charmers, vendors, dancers, and at night, a lot of food. The most famous sights in Marrakech are the Medina of Marrakech, Koutoubia Mosque, Jemaa el Fna square, Bahia Palace, Majorelle Garden, Menara park, el Badi Palace, and Medersa Ben Youssef.
In the city of Marrakech, you will find markets that will not be much different than they were several centuries ago, magnificent palaces, medieval mosques, old madrasas, fascinating alleys, secret corners.
Many people travel to Morocco through the Marrakech Menara International Airport (IATA: RAK, ICAO: GMMX), being this city of the most important tourism hubs in the country. Marrakech is the perfect place to start one of our Marrakech Holiday Packages.
- Our tours departing from Marrakech are basically desert tours or imperial cities tours, or, the combination of both thematics.
Desert Tours departing from Marrakech
Are you searching for a desert trip from Marrakech? Check the list of our best Marrakech desert tours.
- 4-Day Desert Tour from Marrakech to Fes
- 3-Day Desert Tour from Marrakech to Fes
- 4-Day Desert Tour from Marrakech
- 5-Day Desert Tour from Marrakech
- 6-Day Desert Tour from Marrakech
- 7-Day Desert Tour from Marrakech
Imperial Cities Tours departing from Marrakech
Are you searching for a imperial city trip from Marrakech? Check the list of our best Marrakech imperial cities tours.
- 9-Day Imperial Cities Tour from Marrakech
- 8-Day Imperial Cities Tour from Marrakech
- 7-Day Imperial Cities Tour from Marrakech
- 6-Day Imperial Cities Tour from Marrakech
Desert and Imperial Cities Tours departing from Marrakech
Are you searching for a mix of desert and imperial city trip from Marrakech? Check the list of our best Marrakech desert and imperial cities tours.
- 10-Day Desert and Imperial Cities Tour from Marrakech
- 9-Day Desert and Imperial Cities Tour from Marrakech
- 8-Day Desert and Imperial Cities Tour from Marrakech
- 7-Day Desert and Imperial Cities Tour from Marrakech
Marrakech City Guide
Visiting Marrakech is getting caught up in the culture and energy that define the most exotic Moroccan city. Marrakech is a place of exciting sounds, inspiring colors, and aromas.
There are areas of Marrakech that remain in the memory forever, where the magic of the city tricks your mind, and the senses are warned to the simultaneous load of sensations.
What is the best time to travel to Marrakech
Marrakech can be visited all year round.
However, spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November) are definitely the most optimal seasons of the year to visit Marrakech.
The climate is more pleasant in those months since summer can be very hot to walk and enjoy the streets and winter will be cold.
Of course, if you don’t mind the heat and if you enjoy the warm feeling of the sun’s rays on your skin, then Marrakech is the ideal place for you.
What to see in Marrakech
The Medina of Marrakech » Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this place is an enriching and vital traveling experience to learn about life in general, other cultures, and probably about your limits as an individual.
Jemaa el-Fnaa Square » You cannot miss this Marrakech attraction, as it is of unmatched cultural wealth. This square is located in the old quarter of the city and is an open-air experience. Around Jemaa el-Fnaa Square, there are several terraces and shops and a lot of street artists.
Koutoubia Mosque » It imponent minaret of 70 meters high, is visible from different points in the center of Marrakech. The Koutoubia’s mosaics on the upper part and the engravings that adorn the lower part of the structure stand out and have to be properly contemplated.
The Bahia Palace » Located in the old Medina, inside this Marrakech palace you can enjoy the work of the best craftsmen who were summoned to build this beautiful building at the end of the 19th century.
El Badi Palace » The ruins of this popular palace are also located in the Medina of Marrakech. El Badi Palace was built at the end of the 16th century. El Badi means “The Incomparable”.