Marrakech

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9
Guéliz
8 reviews
When ordering at the stalls, employ afek (“please”) and shukran (“thank you”) when ordering. You can also add in la deed (“delicious”) if you want to earn a smile. — Travel + Leisure
9
Medina
5 reviews
Already described in 1381 as a "work of perfection", the minbar (pulpit) in Koutoubia Mosque was made by local artisans in Cordoba beginning in 1137 and transported piece by piece to Marrakech. — Michelin Guide
9
Medina
7 reviews
Used by various dynasties for more than 200 years, the beautifully restored site numbers more than 60 pagoda-shaped marble sarcophagi housed in two mausoleums. — Concierge
8
Medina
6 reviews
Superb decoration featuring zellige tiles, sculpted wood, stucco and paintings... and magnificent garden with trees and flowers and you have a superb ensemble. — Michelin Guide
8
Guéliz
6 reviews
If your date loves history or design, head over to my favorite spot in the city, this college whose main buildings date back to the 14th century — Travel + Leisure
8
Guéliz
4 reviews
An attractive building with shady, pooled courtyards, it is now home to the Museum of Moroccan Arts. — Frommer's
8
Guéliz
4 reviews
His garden was a hymn to colour and luxuriance. — Michelin Guide
8
Medina
4 reviews
While the story of Marrakesh is relived every day on its streets and in the medina, its museums allow you to slow the pace and take stock of it all. — Afar Magazine
8
Hivernage
4 reviews
The garden offers a network of paths through well-maintained beds of daisies and other perennials shaded by olive and palm trees and sprawling bougainvillea. — Frommer's
8
Medina
2 reviews
The vast labyrinth of narrow streets and derbs at the center of the medina is the souk—Marrakesh's marketplace and a wonder of arts, crafts, and workshops. — Fodor's
8
6 reviews
Designed by painter Jacques Majorelle, it was later owned by Yves Saint Laurent, whose ashes were scattered here in 2008, and his partner Pierre Bergé. — Condé Nast Traveler
7
Guéliz
5 reviews
Some say dull scrub; others, pinnacle of romance. — Fodor's
7
Medina
4 reviews
In addition to the area’s historical importance, you’ll find a good variety of shops here. This is where I go to buy fabrics and beautiful trims and notions. — Travel + Leisure
7
Medina
4 reviews
This masterpiece of mechanical waterworks somehow escaped destruction by the Almohads. — Fodor's
7
Guéliz
3 reviews
4500 photos, 2000 glass negatives and 80 documents dating from 1870 to 1950; select works on view here fill three floors, organised by region and theme. — Lonely Planet
7
Medina
3 reviews
The king occasionally entertains royal visitors here, and the stately setting adds instant atmosphere to the Festival of Popular Arts in July. — Lonely Planet
7
Medina
2 reviews
The medina's amazingly well-preserved walls measure about 33 feet high and 7 feet thick, and are 15 km (9 miles) in circumference. — Fodor's
7
Hivernage
3 reviews
The most popular of Marrakech's gardens for both picnicking locals and camera-wielding tourists. — Frommer's
7
2 reviews
— Fodor's
7
2 reviews
This ambitious KO Studio-directed build is down the street from the much-touted Jardin Majorelle and the adjoining Villa Oasis. — Condé Nast Traveler
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