Marrakech Recs
Marrakech, Marrakech-Safi
Jemaa el-Fna
famous market place by night with many souls. Good street food but be aware that you won’t get ripped off. Also pay attention of the women with henna. They might grab your hand and will paint you a henna tattoo without asking you. It might end up that you have to pay about 50€. However this place is highly recommend. Many rooftops cafes, where you cab sit and enjoy the view on the market.
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Marrakesh, Marrakesh-Safi
lodging
Es Saadi Marrakech Resort - Palace
One of the most famous 5 star hotels in Marrakech. We did not stayed there overnight but enjoyed a spa day there. That marble spa is one of a kind! If you have the chance you should go. Needless to say that it is a very popular place for bloggers, influencers etc.
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Marrakech, Marrakech-Safi
lodging
Riad barroko
Such a nice authentic Riad. We love it here. It doesn’t has the best comfort and is not completely luxury but it’s still a real Riad and not modernised to be a Instagram hotspot. Of course the design isn’t comparable to Riad be Marrakech or Riad Yasmine but it is still very pretty. We had a nana (grandma), who served us breakfast everyday and also helped us with stomach. It was a very familiar atmosphere and we highly recommended to stay in a Riad for some night. It doesn’t have to be Riad Barokko it can be anyone! It has so much more flair than staying in an ordinary hotel and you will feel like you are sleeping in a little piece of history.
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مراكش, جهة مراكش آسفي
outdoors
Jardin Majorelle
Definitely one of the greatest botanical gardens in the world! A perfect escape on a hot day! But come earlier since it is a very touristic place it might get very crowded.
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Marrakech, Marrakesh-Safi
shopping
Aux 100000 Epices (To 100000 Spices)
You can’t miss all the nice spice shops! There is so much to explore. Moroccan people don’t believe in pharmaceuticals but will find herbs for all diseases! Just ask to try something and they will show you amazing things! It reminded us a little but on a witch’s cottage, where a witch would prepare a magic potion. Don’t forget to ask for a tea at the end!
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Marrakech, Marrakech-Safi
bar • restaurants
Le Salama
A great blogger restaurant on Jeema-El Efna. Just a little bit expensive for Marrakech.
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Marrakech, Marrakech-Safi
experience • outdoors
El Badii Palace
The ruins of an old palace with an former prison. A very interesting place. It was once a powerful building, which you can only conjecture today on what still remains.
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Marrakesh, Marrakesh-Safi
destination • experience
Agafay desert tours
Agafay luxury camp is one of the three most famous desert camps in Agafay close to Marrakech. It takes you 30 - 40 minutes to go there. Note: Agafay does not have a real Sahara, it is just a stone desert but nevertheless a good alternative to the real Merzouga desert, which is located 8 hours driving by car away. So if you don’t have much time during your trip you should decide to stay at Agafay and experience the desert feeling here. This camp is one of the cheaper one but still very expensive for the service it offers. The are not so much tents like in all the other camps, what gives you more of privacy.
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Marrakech, Marrakech-Safi
destination • experience
Bahia Palace
Old royal palace with great oriental architecture and a breathtaking garden. It is definitely worth a visit! Come earlier to avoid people on your pictures 😋
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