As a popular city in Morocco rich in natural beauty, culture, and history, there is something for everyone in Marrakech. This city has a lot to offer, and the best of everything is captured in this must-visit and top-rated attractions.
1-Djemaa EL Fna
This large square is the bottom heart of diverse cultures, art, and history. It is the sleepless area in Marrakech, full of jam, leaving no room for movement. This place is well known by the mixture of art; music, storytellings, fortune tellings, and snakes charmers. Djemaa El Fna is surrounded by cafés where you can escape the crowd and enjoy a cup of mint tea while wandering the beauty of traditions.
Djemaa EL Fna is a wonderland of magic, a mix of colors, scents, and sounds. It remains as the main square in Marrakech for decades. Since it captivates many tourists, the authorities are aware of the importance of sustaining security for guaranteeing the development of the tourism industry. However, one must take precautions, especially at night. you might wonder where to eat in Djemaa El Fna. Well since it is an active area it must have a lot of traditional or luxurious restaurants around where you can taste local food like tajines of meat or chicken and vegetables, grilled meat, Moroccan salads, you can also try snails soup which might look unnatural, but till i can assure you will like it. During the day and night, vendors in the row of stall streets start craving up steaming of Mecheoui (grilled meat or chicken). No visit to Djemaa El Fna is complete without tasting local food.
The Medina Souks feels almost like a labyrinth. The streets are very narrow, with many connected paths. If you are in, it is hard to find your way out. Along the road of Rue Bab Debagh, you will enjoy the colorful animal skins as carpets, old fashioned way, some artisans, and souvenirs to buy for your family. The scents of spices and orange blossom changes in every new alley you explore. Do not miss the opportunity to visit the medina and get some souvenirs
Koutoubia Mosque is the most outstanding historical landmark in Marrakech. The mosque was built in 1162, and it was one of the greatest achievements of almohad architecture. Abd Al-Mu’min was responsible for the construction of the mosque. It is considred as the most largest mosque in Morocco and most spectacular monuments in Marrakech. Its architecture and structure allure every visitor. Whoever is looking for great pictures i would like to recommend this square.
These colorful gardens full of cacti, palms, flowers, trees, banana trees, marbl pools and perns are under the fascinating work of the orientelist artist Jacques Majorelle. Located in the heart of gueliz and it is rated as the most top delightful and stunning attractions in Marrakech.
One of the most popular gardens located in the west of the medina, surrounded by orchards of palm trees and olive trees. It is a relaxing place to make picnics under the shades of the trees. The main pavilon is in front of the grand atlas mountain. The water basin goes back to the 12th-century Almohad era . Kids will enjoy feeding the fish in the lake.
Marrakech has a lot of stunning places to visit. Those are very few, once you are in the red city you will explore diffrent extraordinary places . Do not hesitate to visit each one listed above.