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Monumental Marrakech

A cataclysm of vibrant colours and lively promises, Marrakech holidays typify what Morocco has to offer with the city’s spice-scented air, teeming souks and compelling culture.Here you can entertain thoughts of immersing within an exciting atmosphere, one that thrives with the prospect of bustling markets, verdant gardens and all-night party potential – the Red City has it all.

The dynamic city showcases how Morocco is evolving by combining a host of natural attractions with powerful traditions and authentic practices, the country becoming an emerging location for culture vultures and holidaymakers to experience something new and inspiring with many things to do. Traverse the narrow alleyways and meander through the lanes created by market stalls, holidays to Marrakech are an unforgettable experience, wherever you head.

The Magic of Morocco

Beyond the immersive souks, you will find majestic palaces, decorative mansions and plenty of history brimming beneath the surface. From afar you will be able to spot the Koutoubia Mosque, a delightful landmark that will be all you need to see in order to understand the grandeur with which the city was created, and not far away from here can be discovered the Saadian Tombs. Morocco can also be explored through its multitude of museums, many of the best being a prominent presence on Marrakech city breaks, whereas Casablanca is famous for displaying the country’s world-class art galleries.

Delve into the city’s culinary genius with a light lunch under banana palms or a romantic, candle-lit meal in one of the many top quality restaurants that hide away between narrow side streets and down well-lit alleys. Libzar is well-known throughout the area for providing high quality Moroccan cuisine, whereas the award-winning L’Annexe provides something a little closer to home in the form of French foods. Make sure you head to Fez for an equally rich assemblage of fine eateries, whereas Agadir’s roots as a fishing harbour will not disappoint the adventurous foodie – perfect food before a night out on the town.

Important Information

Travel Information
Language: Arabic, French (English widely spoken)
Currency: Moroccan Dirham (MAD)
Local time: UTC/GMT
Local airport: Marrakech
Flight time: 3 hours 15 minutes

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Marrakech, sometimes known as Marrakesh, is a town built for exploring. Split into the older Medina and the more modern Gueliz – or 'new town', the Red city has an abundance of historic attractions to offer the discerning traveller.

The Medina provides cultural thrills, whilst around the outskirts of the city guests will find a beautiful backdrop to relax in.

By Day

The Jeema El Fna is the cultural heartbeat of Marrakech and is a must see when visiting the city. Explore the open-air market and its fascinating stalls where an exciting myriad of musicians, local artists and fantastic food awaits.

Elsewhere guests can escape from it all and experience one of the world’s finest spa cultures. Try an authentic Hamamm or head to a luxurious local spa for complete relaxation.

By Night

Marrakech is a city that comes to life at night, with the city’s medina an inviting cocktail of sumptuous food, exciting nightlife and vibrant atmosphere.

Head to the old medina district at night, where a mix of bars, restaurants and food stalls effortlessly cook up some of North Africa’s finest food and drink. Enjoy sipping mint tea, sampling authentic Moroccan food and watching a North African sunset.


Part of Marrakech’s appeal is the city’s wondrous history and culture. The Jardin Majorelle is a slice of paradise in the city, with a fantastic walled garden that is perfect for both couples and groups.

Away from the city’s cultural highlights is a developing adventure sport industry. Head out to the Atlas Mountains which is around a 45 minute drive, and try your hand at kayaking, desert driving or even camel riding.