Here are some places not to be missed:
Djemmaa-el-Fna (Place of the Dead), the city square, always crowded with dancers, fortune-tellers, musicians, acrobats, storytellers and snake charmers, it is surely an exciting place.
Koutoubia, the 12th-century mosque, is as tall as the towers of Nôtre Dame and dominates all the Marrakech skyline.
The Ben Youssef Medersa, the largest theological site in the Mahgreb.
Other interesting ... More spots to visit are the magnificent Bahia Palace, the Saadian Tombs, the Dar Sisaid Museum, the Menara and Aquedal gardens and the charming camel market.
It is even called the 'Red City' because of the colour of the local earth used in its construction.
Marrakech is the imperial city which, about 1000 years ago, gave Morocco its name.
The Berbers and the Arabs come together here, to mingle with the nomads and the mountain people.
It is a city of alleyways, lovely buildings, museums, mosques and markets.
Every imaginable commodity abounds, craftsmanship flourishes, and there are ... More palaces, hotels, restaurants, golf courses, a rich nightlife and a casino. This and much more is Marrakech, the unique capital of Southern Morocco.
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