Marrakech is probably best known for central Djemma El Fna with its juice stalls, dried fruit and nut stalls, women applying henna, snake charmers, storytellers, and the myriad of nightly food stalls.
You will be able to visit the following places according to time and your preferences: the Majorelle Garden, which belonged to Yves St Laurent and is famous for its special shade of blue, called Majorelle blue. Another famous and stunning garden is le Garden Secret, a traditional Islamic paradise garden divided into four equal areas on each side of the central crossroads pathway whose water channels are fed directly from the Atlas Mountains.
The Koutoubia Mosque, which is Marrakesh’s iconic landmark and can be seen towering over the city, is located near Djemma el Fna and is worth wandering past – non-muslims are not permitted entry. The garden behind is worth a wander in spring with the overpowering scent of the orange blossom and people competing for the innumerable benches in the shade.
El Bahia Palace which means “the palace of the beautiful”, the Quranic School, the Ben Youssef Medersa, which used to house some 80 Quranic students, as well as the Saadian Tombs are all worth a visit.
Among the souks are the tanneries and the leather workers, the metal work in the shape of innumerable lamps, carpets and Berber rugs, while the Mellah quarter with the Jewish souks have been beautifully restored.
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