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The Top Places to Fall in Love With Morocco


1,685 properties in Marrakesh

Welcome to Marrakesh

Situated in the northwest African nation of Morocco, Marrakesh is a stunning labyrinth of colorful markets with traditional goods and exotic aromas. Wander around the vibrant alleyways and meet snake charmers, acrobats, and musicians.

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Best places to see in Morocco

Saadian Tombs
In death, we are all equal. But some are more equal than others. Sultan Ahmed al-Mansour built this magnificent mausoleum for his entourage. Children and grand-children are buried in mosaicked tombs in the garden, now prowled by stray cats. The sultan himself ghas the choicest spot – his marble tombs rises out of psychedelic tiled flooring, overlooked by stunning stucco cupolas.
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Bahia Palace
The White House, 10 Downing Street… and Bahia Palace. This presidential residence was commissioned by Grand Vizier Si Moussa in the 19th century, bringing together Morocco’s top artisans and interior designers. The result is a palace that brims with detail – intricate geometric mosaics underfoot, sultry stucco overhead. Not a bad place to live with your twenty-eight-strong harem.
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El Badi Palace
From sultans to storks. When this palace was built in the 16th century, it was the envy of rulers worldwide. Bursting with carved marble and gold leaf, it lived up to its name of “The Incomparable”. But the ravages of time have left a shell, albeit an eerily magnificent one. The thick, scarlet walls are riddled with crumbling pockmarks, with storks the only modern-day watchmen.
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Majorelle Gardens
The colours, the colours! These gardens are a stunningly vivid palette of resplendent rainbow shades. This place is a photographer’s dream ticket – the walls, doors and plant pots are all painted in electric colours, playing off nature’s greenery in kaleidoscope harmony. The maze of bamboo and trickling streams is a real oasis of peace amid the chaos.
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Djemaa El Fna
The eye of the Marrakech storm. From dawn to dusk and beyond, this historic square is a swirling whirlpool of humanity. Snake charmers and fortune tellers, wise men, mad men, magicians, musicians and mystics – all members of the fast-flowing dramatis personae of Djemaa el Fna. Take a deep breath, dive in and see which characters you encounter. One thing it won’t be is boring.
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Kowtow in Koutoubia! This mosque’s handsome minaret has dominated the Marrakech skyline for over nine hundred years. From this soaring vantage point, the “adhan” (call to prayer) echoes across Djemaa El Fna Square and calls believers in to kneel and reflect. Due to entrance rules, non-Muslims will have to be content with gawping at Marrakech’s iconic spire from the outside.
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