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From the old traders to today’s globetrotters, Morocco’s Marrakech has always been a destination where travelers visited and lingered. The city is divided into two sections, each a treasure trove of discoveries. The old section, Medina, was founded during the Middle Ages, and its labyrinth of streets, graceful palaces, and babbling souks hints of a bygone era. The newer section, the Ville Nouvelle, was founded by the French, and is full of cafes, boutique shops, and gardens. The mysterious beauty of Morocco will enchant visitors young and old with a vacation to Marrakech.
Marrakech offers visitors numerous options to stay in both the Medina and Ville Nouvelle sections of the city. Medina is packed with several riads and dars, or converted hotels and inns. Ville Nouvelle is a quieter contrast to Medina. It sits about a 15-minute taxi away from the center of town, which is perfect for those who want a rejuvenating stay. Visitors will find more spacious rooms and newer accommodations. Another unique option is staying outside of Marrakech in a tent accommodation, giving visitors the chance to sleep under the stars in the desert night.
Start off you visit to Marrakech by winding through the twisting streets of Medina, and make sure to stop and enjoy the sweeping Moorish architecture. Pay a visit to the Ali Ben Youssef Medersa and Mosque, which are open daily to visitors, as well as the Koutoubia Mosque, are great examples of the medieval architecture that makes up the old city. Peer into the well-preserved Saadian Tombs where the Sultan Ahmed al-Mansour is buried.
If the artistic looks of the buildings aren’t enough to satisfy your art cravings, head over to the Palais Dar Si Said, or the Museum of Moroccan arts. The former palace is home to stunning collections of artifacts including jewelry, ceramics, as well as a lovely collection of daggers. Other art museums include the Galerie Re and the Matisse Art gallery, which host a great collection of modern art.
Dive into the hustle and bustle of the city by visiting the markets that make up the city. Bargain for goods and trinkets at the outdoor souks. You can also get a look at the origins of some of your leather crafts by visiting the tanneries where artisans have been tanning leather since the medieval times.
The bustling Djemaa el-Fna, Marrakech’s main square, is always bustling with the clamor of life. Snake charmers, henna tattoo artists, and various merchants and food vendors all compete for your attention. When the evening arrives, a few dirams will buy an encore from the musicians who perform an unbeatable show.
If you need a break from the hectic pace of the medina, spend an afternoon in the Majorelle Gardens, which were designed by the French painter Jacques Majorelle and faithfully restored by Yves Saint Lauren. Take an afternoon to relax in one of the many hammams that fill the city. Most upscale hotels offer a massage and scrub using local products.