Marrakech

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Guéliz
8 reviews
Here you can see Moroccan craftsmanship in all its diversity, organised by profession. — Michelin Guide
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10 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
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Medina
7 reviews
Unfortunately, some of the tombs are in ruins but they are nonetheless very worth visiting. Bottom line: macabre but stylish. — Travel + Leisure
8
Medina
6 reviews
With its peacefully inviting old streets and less-insistent vendors, one can soak up the real feel of the city and admire the Royal Palace. — Travel + Leisure
8
Medina
6 reviews
A masterclass in the fine Moroccan arts – zellij mosaic floors, carved stucco plasterwork and painted cedar ceilings, around a serene garden. — Afar Magazine
8
Guéliz
4 reviews
The beauty of the setting, a luxuriant riad, highlights the collections. — Michelin Guide
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Hivernage
4 reviews
This beautiful garden dates back over 80 years and features an interesting combination of plants and trees. — Travel + Leisure
8
Guéliz
6 reviews
At Ben Youssef Medersa, a 16th-century Koranic boarding school turned museum, visitors can see colorful mosaic zellij tiles and intricate stucco carvings inscribed with Muslim invocations. — Afar Magazine
8
Guéliz
5 reviews
The 700 acres that makes up the Agdal Gardens are fit for their royal owners. — Travel + Leisure
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4 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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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
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Medina
4 reviews
This small, graceful 12th-century koubba (shrine) across from Ali ben Youssef Mosque... was probably used for ablutions. — Lonely Planet
7
Hivernage
3 reviews
The most popular of Marrakech's gardens for both picnicking locals and camera-wielding tourists. — Frommer's
7
Medina
4 reviews
You can admire the souks and the Alzama Synagogue in the central courtyard while enjoying a cup of Berber tea. — Travel + Leisure
7
Guéliz
3 reviews
This palace was once the home of Marrakesh's feared pasha, Thami El-Glaoui, who governed during Morocco's French protectorate era. The building is closed to the public. — 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
Medina
2 reviews
This is a favorite park in Marrakesh, and also not far from the Koutoubia mosque. — Travel + Leisure
7
2 reviews
An ultraluxurious private medina within the medina...53 individual three-story riads complete with a private patio, sitting room, rooftop plunge pool, fireplace, and personal butler. — Fodor's
7
2 reviews
In this sprawling walled cemetery, the exceptionally helpful gatekeeper admits visitors who wish to pay their respects to whitewashed tombs topped with rocks for remembrance. — Lonely Planet
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