Marrakech Tours

Marrakech exploration and Sightseeing !

Experience Marrakesh through the eyes of a local private guides. Marrakech exploration provides a unique way to explore the city and visit some of the sites. We offer a local guide who is eager to share the secrets of his vibrant city with you. Guided Marrakech trips to discover the life in the medina. What are best things to see in Marrakesh?

-Full day private sightseeing tour.
-Historic sites of Marrakech.
-Guided walking.
-Tourist Attractions in Marrakesh.

Marrakech is a popular tourist destination and a must-visit. It is Morocco most important former Imperial city. Djemaa el-Fna should be at the top. Marrakesh’s main square and open-air theatre. You will explore the real life of Moroccans there. It is a great place at any time of day, but truly buzzing at night. So, there are ancient art of story-telling (storytellers), snake charmers and henna painters. Jamaa El Fna Square is listed under the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage. Besides, Koutoubia mosque which is the largest mosque in Marrakech.

In addition, The Jardin Majorelle in Marrakech is one of the most visited sites. It is definitely a must see for anyone who has to explore the most famous garden in Marrakesh. It is also outside of the old Medina.

As well as, one of the best attractions in Marrakech. We also recommend Bahia palace, Saadian Tombs, Menara Gardens, la Mamounia and Souks. Marrakech Museum is the heritage site of Jewish, Berber and Muslim artifacts. There are also events and sites of Jewish religious. It is known as the Jewish quarter. It is situated near the royal palace.

Saadian Tombs are final resting place of the Sultan Ahmed el Mansour and his entire family. These Tombs give you brief overview of the Saadian burial site in Marrakech. It is the second oldest imperial city in Morocco.

The Bahia palace is one of historical monument of Marrakech. The Palace is a big old house and a set of houses. It was built in 1866, situated in the old medina. It is just along the northern edge of Mellah.