Travel Monsterit’s nice garden and shows how luxury of YSL life , just a reminder for long queue for ticketing . the size of garden is not so big and just need 1 hr to finish it. Better to go in early morning and will have less tourists.
多多It is a large 24-hour all-night market across the road from the Kutubiya Mosque, where almost all of the local Moroccan produce is found, and there are many people "selling, begging and distributing small advertisements" on the streets. The market's biggest charm is the night market, said to be Africa's largest, most lively night market. It's no exaggeration to say that even when the whole Marrakech is asleep, it's still lit and the people are boiling. It's fair to say that most of the fireworks in Marrakech are concentrated here. As the market is a mix of fish and dragons, safety is always a big issue, our guide was very opposed to our in-depth market tour. If you want to go in "exploration", be sure to be safe, keep your wallet in your pocket and don't talk to strangers
D39***87Traveling to Marrakech has been one of the best experiences I’ve ever had. Traveling with trip.com not only saved me money but it checked me into my flight! I will definitely be using these services again!
yangduoduo17We arrived in January, the season is comfortable, there are not many tourists in the morning, and many people enter to visit and take pictures. It is very comfortable. The exquisite roof and wall mosaic patterns are beautiful and fresh. Interested people recommend visiting in the morning when there are fewer tourists.
Start your Marrakech adventure in the Jemaa el-Fnaa, the main, open square in the Moroccan city. It's the gateway to the medina or old walled city. The square is like nowhere else in the world, presenting a constant show of humanity. There are musical performers, snake charmers, monkey trainers, amateur boxing matches, and transvestite belly dancers.
#tripaway Marrakech is such a magical place in Morocco. is a mix of Africa.my and Arabic Muslim cultures! the food is delicious and there are many old traditional places to explore and understand the culture! people is very friendly and the central market is super interesting to explore
traditional hand made products are everywhere in this city and make sure u will love them all since there is a brilliant ideas behind these products. don't forget to check it in case you are planning to come to Marrakech the red city
For all people who loves to go to beautiful hot cities, Marrakech will be your favorite. just look how beautiful it is ! you'd never think to leave it again
it was one of my favorite things I've don't in my life like I really discovered that I'm a nature and trip lover. being united with nature is really so wonderful like you can finally feel real peace, no worries and u feel that u are really living and that's quiet good. I hope I can win this because I really love this and I'm planning to keep tripping alone and with friends in the future
Morocco is one of the most unique and beautiful destinations I’ve been so far. Although I only visited Marrakech and the Agafay Desert, I am definitely looking forward to exploring more in near future.
The accommodation in Marrakech is very unique and the riads, which are small hotels usually run by the locals, are the best places to stay if you’re after real Moroccan feels. They are usually very affordable and the atmosphere inside is nothing like in big chain resorts here in Marrakech.
My favourite Riad was Jasmine, located just outside the busy Marrakech centre. The design was simply beautiful- it reminded me a lot of a lush tropical garden. The food served in there was delicious and the hosts were really friendly. Definitely my one of my best stays ever!
After spending a few days in Marrakech I drove to Agafay Desert to stay in Sacarabeo Camp- this glamping site has been really high on my bucket list for years and I was extremely happy I managed to book a night stay despite the very low availability. Located in the middle of raw Moroccan landscape, Scarabeo is a stylish tent camp offering loads of fun activities and the best food I had in Morocco. Scarabeo is definitely a must stay!
My other favourite stays in Marrakech include La Mammounia and La Sultana which are beautifully designed boutique hotels.
Favourite restaurants in town? Definitely Nomad and Limoni.
I loved strolling through local markets, visiting Jardine Majorelle and the YSL museum and trying the local cuisine. Unfortunatelly one of the most beautiful gems of Marrakech which is Ben Youssef Madrasa was closed during my trip, but I would definitely recommend visiting once it reopens for travellers again!
This little square with all those amazing carpets in old Marrakech Medina and cushions and many other cute things made me want to have a stable home
Morocco...the name even sounds exotic, just like this city. Full of history and easier to get to buy airplane than ever before. At night it is cooler and just breathtaking. You can also visit Casablanca since it isn't too far away. #wintergetaway
if you plan to go Morocco, dont forget to visit Marrakesh , Jemaa Elfna square, and taste its mouthwatering food #deliciousfood #instagramworthydestinations #2019firsttravelpic