Discover the medina of Marrakech, and explore the souks. Learn about the unique industries of the Old City. Visit the city gates, palaces, tombs, and Kotoubia Mosque. Finish at Djemma el-Fna, with its snake charmers, musicians and markets stalls.
Explore medina life as it has been for hundreds of years
Visit the city gates of Marrakech
Discover grand palaces
Wander through museums and the Kotoubia Mosque
See the sights of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Djemma el-Fna Square, filled with snake charmers, musicians and market stalls
Explore the medina and its labyrinth of narrow streets and famous souqs on this day tour in Marrakech. Visit Maison Tiskiwin to see a fascinating private collection of crafts and decorative arts from southern Morocco and the Sahara. Then visit the Palais De Bahia, a haven of shady courtyards and blue mosaic walls built for Bou Ahmed. The palace also includes beautiful quarters for his 4 wives and 24 concubines.
Visit the Photography Museum and discover Marrakech from the past. The pictures on display change regularly drawing on over 4,500 photos taken from 1870 to 1950.
Finally on this day tour in Marrakech head back to Djemma el Fna Square where the tour finishes. Your local guide can provide instructions on how to get back to your hotel or you can continue your shopping in the local souks.
• Entrance fees to Maison Tiskiwin, Palais De Bahia, and the Photography Museum
• English-speaking guide
What’s Not Included:
• Tips and gratuities for your guide
• Food and drink
Good to Know:
• Maximum group size is 12 people
• Morocco can be considered a liberal Muslim country as many Moroccan women do not wear headscarves. However, Morocco is very conservative by the standards you may be accustomed to at home, and you should dress accordingly. As a general guideline, shoulders, cleavage, and knees should be covered at all times. Wearing shorts (men and women), low-cut tops, and showing midriff is not recommended as it will restrict your entry into buildings of a religious nature as well as family homes, and is considered disrespectful to the local culture. Long, light-colored, lightweight sleeved shirts, trousers and skirts are respectful. Cover your body to keep you cool in the heat and protect you from the harsh sun