If you want to get a different flavor in your next tour, you should visit Marrakech. This is one of the most popular cities of Maghreb. Also, this is a world heritage recognized by UNESCO. The city founded almost 1000 years ago. You will find some older structures in the city.
The place is situated near Sahara. There are different things you can do in the city. For the best experience, you should choose a private tour. You will find so many agencies that offering Marrakech private tours. Choose one and make a great memory.
Here I am going to share top 5 things that you can do in Marrakech.
This is a significant place where you will find open-air theatre and museum. There are snake charmers, henna tattoo artists and some other entertainers. You will get the best view at night. There are countless stalls that sell traditional lamb heads and fresh orange juice. All around the year, tourist visit this place. So, it remains crowded all the time. This place will also give you a chance to meet with local people.
This is the largest mosque in Marrakech that have also some other names. It is located Height of this mosque is 77-meter. There some stunning decorative arches in this mosque. Also, you will love the curved windows and a band of ceramic inlay. This structure is an example of the Moorish ornamental expertise.
Medersa Ben Youssef
This one is another tourist attraction of the city. It is built in 1565 by the Saadians and still it looks charming. This is the largest theological college in Morocco. Once, there were 900 pupils in the Medersha in different students’ cells. The building is decorated with fine the stalactite ceilings, zellige tiling, and Kufic inscriptions.
This is a stunning place that was built in the 19th century. It was the residence of the Grand Vizier Bou Ahmed. He served Sultan Moulay al-Hassan I. The structure is decorated with zellige tiles, painted ceilings and ornate wrought-iron. The palace is surrounded by many flowers and trees.
Dar Si Said Museum of Moroccan Arts and Crafts
If you want to see the historical symbols of the city, should visit this museum. There is a large collection of oil lamps from Taroudant, embroidered leather, pottery artifacts, and marble. You will also like the amazing collection of traditional Moroccan door and window frames.