The heart of Marrakech, the red city, is the Djemma el Fna, a huge plaza in the oldest part of town known as “Mohamed.” This square is the meeting point for both tourists and locals, you’ll feel the energy and the vibrant atmosphere of the city. During the day, tourists will be fascinated by the whirlwind of activities that can be seen here – snake charmers, acrobats, musicians, and macaques who will be happy to pose for photographs. By nightfall, the square fills unbelievably even more and there is a genuine local atmosphere, this is the time when Moroccans come together around the food stalls, dancers and storytellers. The narrow streets bring him out of the square towards the Medina, where you’ll find traditional Moroccan houses, known by the name of Riads. Some riads have been converted into hotels, which offer guests a haven from the city bustle, and others have been converted into restaurants and cafes, where you can sit and relax and savor the flavors of Morocco. After it has been paraded through the state and you enjoyed the attractions in the city center, it is advisable to know its environs at your own pace and comfort One of the three palaces that can be accessed at Marrakesh’s El Badi Palace Built by King Ahmed el-Mansour in 1578.
Badi, means incomparable, and the construction of this palace took 25 years, its 360 rooms, a pool of 110 meters, and decorations in Italian marble and gold Sudanese made this the most beautiful palace in Africa. Unfortunately, a visit today, we can observe only a shadow of what it was that building, because after the death of the king, the palace was sacked by Sultan Magali, who used the materials to decorate his own palace in Meknes ! Another must visit palaces is the Bahia Palace. Built in the late 19th century by the Grand Vizier If ‘Ahmed ben Musa, is considered the classic example of Islamic architecture, Morocco. Here, you’ll stroll through the gardens and patios of flavored by the orange pottery. We also recommend you visit the graves of Saadian, found near the mosque in the Kasbah district. These tombs were discovered in 1917 and carefully restored to become one of the most precious monuments of Morocco. The graves are arranged in two mausoleums, both beautifully decorated with dome-shaped roofs, marble columns, mosaics and engravings. Outside, find a beautiful garden with orange and rosemary plants where visitors can visit a variety of small tombs belonging to the families of the soldiers and government officials. The continuing developments to the road network in Morocco allows its visitors not only move with fascinating cities like Fez, Marrakesh and Casablanca, these developments have also opened the doors to independent travelers to make tourism throughout the territory.