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Where to go Marrakech
 
Where to go in Marrakech, where to go in Morocco and visit the best places in Marrakech
 

Where to go in Marrakech, Morocco and visit the best places in Marrakech. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

 
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Tip 1: Fantasia Moroccan Dinner and Cultural Show: Seated on cushions encircling the show arena, you'll enjoy a traditional Moroccan meal and be serenaded by a chorus of girls and boys in traditional dress, accompanied by typical Arabian music.
 
Tip 2: Djemaa El-Fna: seat at a café alongside the Djemaa, and watch snake charmers, astrologers and acrobats. Around dusk, the storytellers begin their epic tales, and cooks cart in the makings of 100 restaurants specializing in barbecued everything, tasty cooked salads and steaming snails.
 
Tip 3: Jardin Majorelle and Museum of Islamic Art: an exotic sub-tropical garden and a museum that contains Berber and Tuareg jewelery and textiles, carpets, wedding curtains an cobalt blue pottery.
 
Tip 4: Les Palais Rhoul Hamman: a classical Moroccan hammam with separate chambers for varying levels of heat. The standard hammam treatment includes gommage, rhassoul with orange-flower water and massage with organic essential oils.
 
Tip 5: Musee de Marrakech: it presents rotating traditional arts displays including Rabati embroidery, Moroccan Jewish artefacts and High Atlas carpets, plus the usual Orientals artwork in the original hammam.
 
Tip 6: Souqs: the markets are filled with food stalls selling olives, dates and sweets. Lots of fruit and vegetables.
 
Tip 7: Cyber park: an eight hectare royal garden dating from 1700 that offers free wifi. The paths are lined with orange trees, palms and internet kiosks.
 
Tip 8: Saadian Tombs: Saadian Sultan Ahmed el-Mansour ed-Dahbi spared no expense on his tomb, importing Italian Carrara marble and gilding honeycomb muqarnas (plasterwork) archways with pure gold to make the Chamber of the 12 Pillars a suitably glorious final resting place.
 
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