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MARRAKECH SOUK TOUR

No visit to Marrakech is complete without exploring the colourful souks (open-air markets). This tour concentrates on Djemaa el-Fna, a huge square in the medina and one of the most popular Marrakech attractions. Here open-air food..

 

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Marrakech Monuments sight

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For your delightful half-day tour you will be picked up at 0830 hours (08:30am) from your centrally located hotel in Marrakech. You will set out in an air-conditioned vehicle with your guide to explore some of the most fascinating parts of Marrakech. The tour takes 3½ hours and covers around 50km (30 miles). Formerly an imperial city and important hub for camel caravans, Marrakech nestles near the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. Because of the rich ochre color of its buildings, it is often known as the 'Red City'. You will have a 5-minute photo-stop at the great Koutoubia Mosque, the largest in Marrakech and a fine example of Hispano-Moorish architecture. The square tower (minaret) is 69 m (221 ft) in height and topped with four gleaming copper globes. Your tour continues to the peaceful enclosure in the kasbah housing the Saadian Tombs. These fine 16th century tombs, beautifully decorated with colorful tiles, Arabic script and intricate carvings, were sealed up for hundreds of years and only rediscovered in 1917. Next stop is the Moroccan Art Museum, a private museum in a charming Spanish-Moroccan house. You have around 30 minutes to view the excellent collection of basket work, jewellery and textiles. You continue to the delightful Bahia Palace, built at the end of the 19th century. Spend an hour here admiring the stunning stuccos, paintings, Islamic mosaics and coloured carved cedar wood roofs, and enjoying the Moorish-style pleasure gardens, planted with orange trees, cypress trees and jasmines. You then have a 30 minutes shopping stop at Dar Nejjarine Carpets, where you will be given traditional mint tea or a soft drink and shown a dazzling array of carpets. Be prepared to bargain hard if you want to buy, or just enjoy the rich variety of colours and textures. Your tour ends around 1200h (12 noon). The vehicle will drop you off back at your hotel or, if your accommodation is not a pick-up location, at the nearest possible point to your hotel.
 
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MARRAKECH SOUK TOUR

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No visit to Marrakech is complete without exploring the colourful souks (open-air markets). This tour concentrates on Djemaa el-Fna, a huge square in the medina and one of the most popular Marrakech attractions. Here open-air food stalls serve authentic Moroccan cuisine and traditional entertainers such as snake charmers vie for your attention. Watch traditional artisans at work. The souk has a variety of shops selling hand-crafted slippers, traditional woodwork, brass, iron and bronze artefacts, jewellery, kaftans, carpets, spices and pottery This tour will start with a pick up from your hotel in Marrakech. Accompanied by an English-speaking guide, you will be taken on a shopping tour to the colourful souks (market places) of Marrakech. Explore the market, which is divided into smaller souks according to goods sold, this grand labyrinth features hand-crafted Moroccan good such as babouche slippers, woodworks, brassworks, ironworks, bronzeworks, jewellery, kaftans, carpets, spices, and pottery. You will also be able to visit the best galleries for leather, antiques and hand crafted gold jewellery. Enjoy the Moroccan shopping at your own pace, without becoming lost. At the end of the tour you will return to your Marrakech hotel.
 
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MARRAKECH SOUKS & MEDINA TOUR

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Within the labyrinth of the Medina (Old Town) you will find Marrakech's colorful souks (open-air markets). These souks are among Morocco’s most famous and display colorful and richly varied wares. Shop for hand-crafted slippers, traditional woodwork, brass, iron and bronze artifacts, jewellery, kaftans, carpets, spices and pottery. At the heart of the Medina is Marrakech's most famous souk the Djemaa El Fna square. Here acrobats, snake charmers and Gnawa musicians offer astonishing shows and you can sample some authentic Moroccan cuisine. UNESCO has hailed it as ‘Masterpiece of World Heritage’. This tour is a unique opportunity to penetrate the heart and the soul of Marrakech. You will be picked up from your centrally located hotel in Marrakech and taken the Medina where the tour takes place. The breakdown of your itinerary is as follows: 1500h (3:00pm): Visit the Medersa Ben Youssef. This Islamic school dates back to the 16th century and used to be the most important such institution in the whole Maghreb. 1530h (3:30pm): Meet a traditional herbalist and see a presentation of the various spices that are used in the Moroccan healing system. 1600h (4:00pm): Walk in the Medina and discover the colorful and exotic Moroccan handicrafts. Explore the market, which is divided into smaller souks according to goods sold. This grand labyrinth features hand-crafted Moroccan good such as babouche slippers, woodworks, brass works, ironworks, bronze works, jewellery, kaftans, carpets, spices, and pottery. You will also be able to visit the best galleries for leather, antiques and hand crafted gold jewellery. 1730h (5:30pm): Enjoy strolling in the world-famous Djemaa El Fna square, Marrakech’s most popular tourist attraction. This bustling square is listed by UNESCO as a "Masterpiece of World Heritage". Snake charmers, acrobats, dancers, storytellers make it a lively hub of activity. The smell of exotic spices fills the air as stalls whip up lip-smacking Moroccan street delicacies. 1800h (6:00pm): Your tour ends with a drop-off at your hotel or the closest drop-off point in Marrakech.
 
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WALKING TOUR OF MARRAKECH

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Explore Marrakech on foot, a city renowned for its architecture and colourful open-air markets. Stroll along the bustling alleyways and see the mosques, traditional bakeries, old lodging houses and fountains carved of wood. Explore the historical attractions of 14th century Ben Youssef Medersa, and the 12th century Kubba El Baroudyine, known for their contribution to history and architecture. Visit Djemaa el-Fna, a huge square in the medina (old town) with open-air food stalls, storytellers, snake-charmers, musicians and shops selling garments, artwork, jewellery and footwear. Explore the historical attractions of Morocco on foot on this guided tour of Marrakech from a different perspective You will be picked up from your hotel in Marrakech at 0900h (09:00am) and will travel to the start point of your tour the old medina of Marrakech. Walk through one of the most interesting quarters of Marrakech. Stroll along labyrinthine alleyways, catching glimpses of mosques, hammams, traditional public bakeries, fondouks (old lodging houses used by the caravans) and fountains carved in wood and decorated with inscriptions. Visit the principle attractions, beginning with the 14th century Ben Youssef Madrasa which used to be a Koranic school and is noted for its extraordinary latticework interior decor. Continue to the nearby 12th century Kubba El Baroudyine, noted for its beautiful dome, which is the last surviving example of Almoravid art in Marrakech. The tour proceeds to visit the nearby 19th century Menebhi palace, owned by a Moroccan vizier and built in the pure Moroccan urban style of architecture of the period. Today it houses the Musée de Marrakech, a private museum with rotating displays of Moroccan art. Continue on foot through the colourful souks which are classified according to goods sold and where you can see craftsmen practicing their traditional art. You will emerge onto the lively Djemma el Fna Square. Mingle with the popular entertainers, musicians, acrobats, snake charmers, story tellers and water sellers on our way up to one of the terraces overlooking the antics of the square, the ideal place for a respite and where you can enjoy a cool drink. At the end of the tour you will be returned to your hotel in Marrakech. You will arrive at your hotel at around 1200h (midday).
 
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MARRAKECH GARDENS & RAMPARTS TOUR

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Experience the timeless aspect of Moroccan life as you visit its legendary gardens and the impressive ramparts of Marrakech. The ramparts dominate this medieval city with their characteristic red stone walls and superb nine gates. Visit the tropical Majorelle Gardens, with their fountains, pools and lush bamboo groves built by the French painter Majorelle. The cobalt blue buildings are its hallmark while more than 15 exclusive North African bird species can be found in this garden. Enjoy a leisurely ride in a barouche or a calash – a four-wheeled carriage - under the shadow of the olive trees around the Agdal Garden fountains, the oldest garden in Marrakech. See the serene landscape mirrored in the reflection pool at the beautiful Menara Gardens. Experience the timeless aspect of Moroccan life as you visit its legendary gardens and the impressive ramparts of Marrakech. The ramparts dominate this medieval city with their characteristic red stone walls and superb nine gates. Visit the tropical Majorelle Gardens, with their fountains, pools and lush bamboo groves built by the French painter Majorelle. The cobalt blue buildings are its hallmark while more than 15 exclusive North African bird species can be found in this garden. Enjoy a leisurely ride in a barouche or a calash – a four-wheeled carriage - under the shadow of the olive trees around the Agdal Garden fountains, the oldest garden in Marrakech. See the serene landscape mirrored in the reflection pool at the beautiful Menara Gardens.
 
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MARRAKECH TOUR GARDENS HORSE-DRAWN CARRIAGE

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Marrakech is known for its incredible gardens which provide an oasis of peace away from the bustle of the Souks. This tour will take you to visit Menara Gardens and Majorelle Gardens in a horse-drawn carriage. Lying in the shadow of the Atlas Mountains the tranquil Menara Gardens are one of the most famous images of Marrakech. The Majorelle Gardens were designed by painter and botanist, Jacques Majorelle. These private gardens are owned by the French fashion house Yves St. Laurent. The garden has a huge variety of cacti and other flora. A horse and carriage provides the perfect way to explore these peaceful gardens. You will be picked up from your hotel in Marrakech in a horse-drawn carriage. Proceed to the lush 12th century Menara Gardens with its man-made lake and olive groves, backed by the imposing Atlas Mountains, from here you will cross the Agdal Gardens, from where you will have magnificent views of the Royal Palace of Marrakech. Continue the ride along the old city ramparts and enter the lush botanical Majorelle Gardens that are privately owned by Yves St. Laurent. Take a stroll in the beautiful gardens. At the end of the tour you will be returned to your hotel in Marrakech
 
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No visit to Marrakech is complete without exploring the colourful souks (open-air markets). This tour concentrates on Djemaa el-Fna, a huge square in the medina and one of the most popular Marrakech attractions. Here open-air food stalls serve authentic Moroccan cuisine and traditional entertainers such as snake charmers vie for your attention. Watch traditional artisans at work. The souk has a variety of shops selling hand-crafted slippers, traditional woodwork, brass, iron and bronze artefacts, jewellery, kaftans, carpets, spices and pottery This tour will start with a pick up from your hotel in Marrakech. Accompanied by an English-speaking guide, you will be taken on a shopping tour to the colourful souks (market places) of Marrakech. Explore the market, which is divided into smaller souks according to goods sold, this grand labyrinth features hand-crafted Moroccan good such as babouche slippers, woodworks, brassworks, ironworks, bronzeworks, jewellery, kaftans, carpets, spices, and pottery. You will also be able to visit the best galleries for leather, antiques and hand crafted gold jewellery. Enjoy the Moroccan shopping at your own pace, without becoming lost. At the end of the tour you will return to your Marrakech hotel.
 
 

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Marrakech Monuments sight

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For your delightful half-day tour you will be picked up at 0830 hours (08:30am) from your centrally located hotel in Marrakech. You will set out in an air-conditioned vehicle with your guide to explore some of the most fascinating parts of Marrakech. The tour takes 3½ hours and covers around 50km (30 miles). Formerly an imperial city and important hub for camel caravans, Marrakech nestles near the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. Because of the rich ochre color of its buildings, it is often known as the 'Red City'. You will have a 5-minute photo-stop at the great Koutoubia Mosque, the largest in Marrakech and a fine example of Hispano-Moorish architecture. The square tower (minaret) is 69 m (221 ft) in height and topped with four gleaming copper globes. Your tour continues to the peaceful enclosure in the kasbah housing the Saadian Tombs. These fine 16th century tombs, beautifully decorated with colorful tiles, Arabic script and intricate carvings, were sealed up for hundreds of years and only rediscovered in 1917. Next stop is the Moroccan Art Museum, a private museum in a charming Spanish-Moroccan house. You have around 30 minutes to view the excellent collection of basket work, jewellery and textiles. You continue to the delightful Bahia Palace, built at the end of the 19th century. Spend an hour here admiring the stunning stuccos, paintings, Islamic mosaics and coloured carved cedar wood roofs, and enjoying the Moorish-style pleasure gardens, planted with orange trees, cypress trees and jasmines. You then have a 30 minutes shopping stop at Dar Nejjarine Carpets, where you will be given traditional mint tea or a soft drink and shown a dazzling array of carpets. Be prepared to bargain hard if you want to buy, or just enjoy the rich variety of colours and textures. Your tour ends around 1200h (12 noon). The vehicle will drop you off back at your hotel or, if your accommodation is not a pick-up location, at the nearest possible point to your hotel.
 
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MARRAKECH SOUK TOUR

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No visit to Marrakech is complete without exploring the colourful souks (open-air markets). This tour concentrates on Djemaa el-Fna, a huge square in the medina and one of the most popular Marrakech attractions. Here open-air food stalls serve authentic Moroccan cuisine and traditional entertainers such as snake charmers vie for your attention. Watch traditional artisans at work. The souk has a variety of shops selling hand-crafted slippers, traditional woodwork, brass, iron and bronze artefacts, jewellery, kaftans, carpets, spices and pottery This tour will start with a pick up from your hotel in Marrakech. Accompanied by an English-speaking guide, you will be taken on a shopping tour to the colourful souks (market places) of Marrakech. Explore the market, which is divided into smaller souks according to goods sold, this grand labyrinth features hand-crafted Moroccan good such as babouche slippers, woodworks, brassworks, ironworks, bronzeworks, jewellery, kaftans, carpets, spices, and pottery. You will also be able to visit the best galleries for leather, antiques and hand crafted gold jewellery. Enjoy the Moroccan shopping at your own pace, without becoming lost. At the end of the tour you will return to your Marrakech hotel.
 
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MARRAKECH SOUKS & MEDINA TOUR

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Within the labyrinth of the Medina (Old Town) you will find Marrakech's colorful souks (open-air markets). These souks are among Morocco’s most famous and display colorful and richly varied wares. Shop for hand-crafted slippers, traditional woodwork, brass, iron and bronze artifacts, jewellery, kaftans, carpets, spices and pottery. At the heart of the Medina is Marrakech's most famous souk the Djemaa El Fna square. Here acrobats, snake charmers and Gnawa musicians offer astonishing shows and you can sample some authentic Moroccan cuisine. UNESCO has hailed it as ‘Masterpiece of World Heritage’. This tour is a unique opportunity to penetrate the heart and the soul of Marrakech. You will be picked up from your centrally located hotel in Marrakech and taken the Medina where the tour takes place. The breakdown of your itinerary is as follows: 1500h (3:00pm): Visit the Medersa Ben Youssef. This Islamic school dates back to the 16th century and used to be the most important such institution in the whole Maghreb. 1530h (3:30pm): Meet a traditional herbalist and see a presentation of the various spices that are used in the Moroccan healing system. 1600h (4:00pm): Walk in the Medina and discover the colorful and exotic Moroccan handicrafts. Explore the market, which is divided into smaller souks according to goods sold. This grand labyrinth features hand-crafted Moroccan good such as babouche slippers, woodworks, brass works, ironworks, bronze works, jewellery, kaftans, carpets, spices, and pottery. You will also be able to visit the best galleries for leather, antiques and hand crafted gold jewellery. 1730h (5:30pm): Enjoy strolling in the world-famous Djemaa El Fna square, Marrakech’s most popular tourist attraction. This bustling square is listed by UNESCO as a "Masterpiece of World Heritage". Snake charmers, acrobats, dancers, storytellers make it a lively hub of activity. The smell of exotic spices fills the air as stalls whip up lip-smacking Moroccan street delicacies. 1800h (6:00pm): Your tour ends with a drop-off at your hotel or the closest drop-off point in Marrakech.
 
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WALKING TOUR OF MARRAKECH

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Explore Marrakech on foot, a city renowned for its architecture and colourful open-air markets. Stroll along the bustling alleyways and see the mosques, traditional bakeries, old lodging houses and fountains carved of wood. Explore the historical attractions of 14th century Ben Youssef Medersa, and the 12th century Kubba El Baroudyine, known for their contribution to history and architecture. Visit Djemaa el-Fna, a huge square in the medina (old town) with open-air food stalls, storytellers, snake-charmers, musicians and shops selling garments, artwork, jewellery and footwear. Explore the historical attractions of Morocco on foot on this guided tour of Marrakech from a different perspective You will be picked up from your hotel in Marrakech at 0900h (09:00am) and will travel to the start point of your tour the old medina of Marrakech. Walk through one of the most interesting quarters of Marrakech. Stroll along labyrinthine alleyways, catching glimpses of mosques, hammams, traditional public bakeries, fondouks (old lodging houses used by the caravans) and fountains carved in wood and decorated with inscriptions. Visit the principle attractions, beginning with the 14th century Ben Youssef Madrasa which used to be a Koranic school and is noted for its extraordinary latticework interior decor. Continue to the nearby 12th century Kubba El Baroudyine, noted for its beautiful dome, which is the last surviving example of Almoravid art in Marrakech. The tour proceeds to visit the nearby 19th century Menebhi palace, owned by a Moroccan vizier and built in the pure Moroccan urban style of architecture of the period. Today it houses the Musée de Marrakech, a private museum with rotating displays of Moroccan art. Continue on foot through the colourful souks which are classified according to goods sold and where you can see craftsmen practicing their traditional art. You will emerge onto the lively Djemma el Fna Square. Mingle with the popular entertainers, musicians, acrobats, snake charmers, story tellers and water sellers on our way up to one of the terraces overlooking the antics of the square, the ideal place for a respite and where you can enjoy a cool drink. At the end of the tour you will be returned to your hotel in Marrakech. You will arrive at your hotel at around 1200h (midday).
 
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MARRAKECH GARDENS & RAMPARTS TOUR

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Experience the timeless aspect of Moroccan life as you visit its legendary gardens and the impressive ramparts of Marrakech. The ramparts dominate this medieval city with their characteristic red stone walls and superb nine gates. Visit the tropical Majorelle Gardens, with their fountains, pools and lush bamboo groves built by the French painter Majorelle. The cobalt blue buildings are its hallmark while more than 15 exclusive North African bird species can be found in this garden. Enjoy a leisurely ride in a barouche or a calash – a four-wheeled carriage - under the shadow of the olive trees around the Agdal Garden fountains, the oldest garden in Marrakech. See the serene landscape mirrored in the reflection pool at the beautiful Menara Gardens. Experience the timeless aspect of Moroccan life as you visit its legendary gardens and the impressive ramparts of Marrakech. The ramparts dominate this medieval city with their characteristic red stone walls and superb nine gates. Visit the tropical Majorelle Gardens, with their fountains, pools and lush bamboo groves built by the French painter Majorelle. The cobalt blue buildings are its hallmark while more than 15 exclusive North African bird species can be found in this garden. Enjoy a leisurely ride in a barouche or a calash – a four-wheeled carriage - under the shadow of the olive trees around the Agdal Garden fountains, the oldest garden in Marrakech. See the serene landscape mirrored in the reflection pool at the beautiful Menara Gardens.
 
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MARRAKECH TOUR GARDENS HORSE-DRAWN CARRIAGE

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Marrakech is known for its incredible gardens which provide an oasis of peace away from the bustle of the Souks. This tour will take you to visit Menara Gardens and Majorelle Gardens in a horse-drawn carriage. Lying in the shadow of the Atlas Mountains the tranquil Menara Gardens are one of the most famous images of Marrakech. The Majorelle Gardens were designed by painter and botanist, Jacques Majorelle. These private gardens are owned by the French fashion house Yves St. Laurent. The garden has a huge variety of cacti and other flora. A horse and carriage provides the perfect way to explore these peaceful gardens. You will be picked up from your hotel in Marrakech in a horse-drawn carriage. Proceed to the lush 12th century Menara Gardens with its man-made lake and olive groves, backed by the imposing Atlas Mountains, from here you will cross the Agdal Gardens, from where you will have magnificent views of the Royal Palace of Marrakech. Continue the ride along the old city ramparts and enter the lush botanical Majorelle Gardens that are privately owned by Yves St. Laurent. Take a stroll in the beautiful gardens. At the end of the tour you will be returned to your hotel in Marrakech
 
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