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This tour is a great introduction to Marrakech, its culture and history In one day, you will understand so much and feel confident to go for an explorative journey of the second eldest imperial cities of morocco on your own. It’s very important to do the tour as early during your stay as possible so that you can get an insider’s view and know what’s really important to visit and what’s not.
All our guides are certified, professional, official and are considered among the best of the best. They all hold university degrees in history and English and have been working as guides for at least 10 years. our Marrakech city tour includes: Bahia and Badii palace, Saadian tombs, koutoubia mosque, majorelle gardens, the souks/markets, and the live Jamaa lafna a world heritage square, the live heart of Marrakech.
Marrakech Sightseeing & its Gardens
A Meeting Point in Jemaa el Fna Square of Marrakech
Same as Meeting Point
Please arrive by 08:45 AM for a prompt departure at 09:00 AM
Modest clothing, hat and sun glaces
Depends on the number of people
The Program of Full Day Guided Tour Of Marrakech Sightseeing Tour starts in a meeting point in jemaa el fna square of Marrakech where you will meet your professional art historian guide who will guid you to explore the main highlights and attractions of the red city Marrakech. During the this guided tour, you will visit the Koutoubia mosque of Marrakech, The Koutoubia is the largest mosque in Marrakech with a stunning 70-meter high minaret, following this, visits the Saadian Tombs, sealed up for centuries until they were rediscovered in 1917. The tombs date back to the time of the sultan Ahmad al-Mansur. There are two main mausoleums within the enclosure, consisting of 66 tombs while 100 more are laid outside in the gardens. Notice the wonderful Hispano-Moorish architecture that surrounds the burial ground of the royal family, and Visit the 19th century Bahia Palace, surrounded by beautifully-manicured gardens filled with sweet-smelling flowers and fruit trees. The aristocratic palace has beautifully painted residential rooms and a lush Moorish style garden in the courtyard.
And finally, we will Visit the colorful Souks with their tinsmiths, dyers, herbalists stalls, and workshops; ending at Djemaa El Fna square, where hundreds of locals meet every day to enjoy the storytellers, musicians, snake charmers, acrobats, jugglers and performers of each and every sort. After lunch in a local restaurant (not included) we will continue to visit the Majorel gardens in the new town. These gardens derive their name from their creator, the painter Jacques Majorelle and were created in 1920 and bought back in 1966, by Pierre Bergé and Yves Saint-Laurent. The garden today exhibits plants of all kinds from around the world, pools filled with water lilies and lotus, bright colors dominated by intense blue (majorelle blue). In the heart of the Majorelle garden, there is a museum of Berber art which presents exclusively a collection of objects from various regions of Morocco. The Majorelle garden is the ideal and almost unmissable place to take beautiful souvenir photos.
Even if the area is extremely wide, you will be able to see its highlights through the eyes of a knowledgeable guide. The city tour ends around 5 PM.