Marrakesh (Morocco) Travel Guide

Marrakesh Information

Located in the inner part of Morocco and known for its busy commercial life, Marrakesh is a place especially famous for street food. In this city, many prehistoric civilizations have been traced and very valuable findings have been obtained. In addition to the population of around 1 million, the city is getting more crowded with more than 100 thousand local and foreign tourists coming every year. The history of Marrakesh, also known as the red city, dates back centuries. That’s why you can find traces of many civilizations in this city.

Marrakesh History

Having remained for centuries in African tribes, British and Italian exploitation, on the territory of the Ottoman state and under the auspices of the Umayyad state, Marrakesh was inspired by these cultures in every sense. This city, where important works are left by Turks as well as Morocco and Persians, is a region of history and is definitely a region that history enthusiasts should visit at least once in their lives. Marrakesh, known as the country of God, benefited from the common heritage of the East and the West. This is one of the most important features that distinguish this city from others.

Places to Visit in Marrakesh

Marrakesh is one of the cities that deserve to be visited the most with its historical sites. There are dozens of things to do and visit in this city. Here are a few of them.

Jemaa el-Fnaa is a place where you can have a good time as a touristic area. You can visit here for souvenirs and other purchases.

Majorelle Garden is one of the rare places to have a great time as an exotic park.

Bahia Palace awaits you as a wonderful palace built in the middle of the 19th century.

Koutoubia Mosque is one of the mosques worth seeing, inspired by the 12th century Seljuk architecture.

Saadien’s Tombs awaits you as one of the historical tombs and monuments.

El Badii Palace is one of the favorite palaces built in the 16th century.

Medina of Marrakesh is a unique market built on desert sands.

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