Cheap flights to Marrakech
Atmospheric and seemingly untouched by modern life, Marrakech is an exotic city that never ceases to amaze tourists with its array of medieval wonders.
A holiday to Marrakech is a pretty surreal experience. Founded nearly one thousand years ago, not much has changed in the ‘Red City’ as it is known thanks to the pink hue of its city walls. You’ll still find the squares of the ancient medina full of snake charmers, fortunetellers and acrobats.
Marrakech is a city that conjures up a world of medieval pleasures and is the perfect holiday destination for people looking for the different and the extraordinary.
Founded in 2012 to support disadvantaged Moroccan women, the Amal Women's Training Center & Moroccan Restaurant empowers its students with traditional and modern culinary training. Visitors can take advantage of that expertise by enrolling in traditional Moroccan cookery classes. For more information visit https://en-gb.facebook.com/AmalNonProfit/.
Not only is the Koutoubia Mosque the largest mosque in Marrakech, it's also one of the city's most beautiful landmarks. Built in the 12th century, the mosque's minaret soars above Jemaa El-Fna. Come closer and you'll find exotic gardens, beautiful tiles, and other ornate architectural details.
It's just two and a half hours from Marrakech to the fishing port of Essaouira, widely regarded as the jewel of the Moroccan coastline. Guests can explore the busy marina before heading to the vineyards in the surrounding Val d'Argan countryside. Travel by bus or book a private tour to make the most of the experience.
Though just a 45 minute drive away from the centre of Marrakech, the Kasbah Bab Ourika feels wonderfully remote: there are the snow capped Atlas Mountains in the distance, and the desert just nearby. Constructed using traditional Berber methods, the hotel hosts active treks and day excursions around this wildly beautiful region. kasbahbabourika.com.
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