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Morocco is named after this legendary town which is one of its four imperial cities. A genuine and unspoilt place.
You go back in time once you arrive in Marrakesh. You can easily imagine the caravaneers loading their camels with food, tools and handiwork as you wander through the picturesque alleys of the old town.

The souks contain everything that a traveller could want: colour, atmosphere and smells, welcoming and smiling faces. The Semmarine souk specialises in clothing. You will find many typical clothes made traditionally in the narrow streets surrounding the souk. Some stalls sell jewellery and often antiques as well. 

The famous Jemaa El Fna is a medieval world where, day and night, storytellers, shopkeepers and snake charmers vie for your attention. Mischievous monkeys will accost you.

You will be able to see the splendid minaret of the Koutoubia mosque. This 12th century Hispano-Moorish masterpiece inspired the builders of the Giralda in Seville. Amateurs of the eternal Orient will want to visit the splendid Bahia Palace where surprising Andalusian gardens add to the refinement of the prestigious apartments and their secret patios.The Dar Si Said Museum is situated nearby. You should visit it for its great architectural value. It exposes Moroccan art; its collections will help you to plunge into the Moroccan way of life down to its most mundane aspects. It is idyllic for those you love strolling and learning, feeling and experiencing. Take the time to watch and listen...