MARRAKECH

MARRAKECH TO DO

The town of Marrakech was founded in 1070 under the Almovarids dynasty. The Alaouite dynasty is the current ruling dynasty of Morocco since 1666.
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JEEMA EL FNA SQUARE
The ever bustling quare is a melting point in the Medina.
Orange juice, dry fruits & all kind of nuts stands, mint and geranium leafs stands,  local restaurants, tea & coffee shops. Around the sunset hour you also find story tellers, singers and dancers, snake charmers and typical moroccan food stands. UNESCO World Heritage since 2001.



MEDINA WALLS

19 km long, flanked by 202 towers and 20 gates, called Bab. Originally built in 1130 in clay and lime. Even today to ochre walls are renovated following this manufacturing process. This walls mark the border between old and new city.
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KOUTOUBIA MOSQUE

Marrakech’s biggest Mosque was build in 1120 by the Almovarides dynasty. The Mosque in the Medina is also called the Mosque of the booksellers as it is build on a book souk Its Minaretis 69 meters high and his 17 naves. The Koutoubia Moque is closed to non-Muslims.


BAB AGNOU

The beautiful gate was built in the 12th century in the Medina, it features 4 wonderful sandstone semicircled arches. 
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BEN YOUSSEF MEDERSA
In the 16th century it was the largest school in the Maghreb, with approx 900 students. Today it is open to tourism as the former school still is considered a jewel because of its Arab Andaluse Architecture and Art Craft.
Open daily, 9:00am-6:00pm. Closed on religious holidays.
Price MAD (Moroccan Dirham) 10


EL BADI PALACE
Built in the 16th century. It was a former home in the Medina, but today only ruins of it do still exist. It has wonderful orchards which where formerly the water basins were arranged. The biggest water basin is still to be seen and it goes right through the palace’s entire length. In  winter it is the favourite place of the storks in Marrakech, you can see them from the panoramic viewpoint.
Open daily, 8:00am – 5:00pm. Price MAD 10
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BAHIA PALACE
Bahia means  ‘The Bright’ in Arab. The palce was built bty the Vizier Si Mouassa in order to meet the desires of his coquettish women. In the 19th Century, this luxurious residence consisted of 160 richly decorated rooms.
Open daily, 8:30am – 12:00pm / 2:30 – 6:00pm. Price MAD 10


GUELIZ & HIVERNAGE
1912 the modern Marrakech was ready to go for its own destiantion. In the new city you will find the top Moroccan companies and its offices, banks, luxury goods shops, fashion stores, concept stores, bio organic restaurants, art galleries, public administration, restaurants, bars and clubs.
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FOUNTAIN CHROB OU CHOUF
Chrob ou chouf means drink and watch. This fountain is carved in wood and is simply beautiful. UNESCO World Heritage since 1985.


DAR SI SAID

This traditional house in the Medina, nowadays a museum of traditional crafts. Exhibition of antique Berbere carpets, jewellery, ancient wooden carved doors, potterie and ancient weapons.
Open daily, 9:00 – 12:15pm / 3:00– 6:00pm. Price MAD 10
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FFB • MUSEUM MATHAF FARID BELKAHIA
Open since February 2016. It presents works of this painter artist, one of the moroccan key figures in modern and contemporary Morrocan arts. The exhibitions situated in the fomer house of this artist are renewed every six month.
Open daily, 10:00am – 7:00pm. Price MAD 5


MAJORELLE GARDEN

The former atelier (studio) of the artist and painter Jacque Majorelle became the museum of the private collection from Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé. You can admire many beautiful items such as ceremonial costumes and jewelelry. All pieces are heritage of the Berber culture. The museum is located in the heart of the Majorele Gardens, where you also can find an interesting book store and a restaurant coffee shop.
Open daily, 8:00am – 5:30pm.
Prices MAD 70 entry to the Majorelle Gardens & MAD 30 visit of the Museum
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HERITAGE MUSEUM

Located near the spice market in Place des Espices. Here you find rare ancient Moroccan handicraft, such as costums, wall carpets, woden carved doors, amphoras, manuscripts. In this family owned and managed museum you can pass hours reading books, sipping mint tea. In the patio or on the terrace.
Open daily, 9:30am – 7:00pm. Price MAD 30

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