Thursday, 30 May 2013

The top 5 things to do in Marrakech

5 places not to miss in Marrakech

A mix between tradition and the modern era, Marrakech is a city to visit two for several reasons: discover the food, know the traditions and cultures and enjoy the Sun.

Indeed, the city offers a wide variety of choice hotel in Marrakech but space to relax with including spas, steam rooms and massages priced more that competitive, you simply compare prices pay in Europe and countries pay in the West.


Waiting to tell you more, here are the top 5 things that we suggest you to do in Marrakech:

The visit of the Saadian tombs is one of the only vestiges remaining of the Saadian dynasty which ruled the old gold in Marrakech.The Bahia Palace : a wonder if you could say, even though history says it was a gift from the grand vizier for his favorite among his 80 official concubines, they offer many views of small gardens interiors and fountains, are spread out on nearly 10 hectares.The medina and the souks : they are full of objects of all kinds and their arrangement that could you messy look is in reality a work neat and organizedthe Jemaa-el-Fna square : charming snakes, markets, foods, tatoueuses, you'll see a lot of things to do and when it will be night, itinerant restaurants guarantee an animation out of the ordinary.Basin of Menara: is one of the few places in Marrakech where lovers can meet quietly


What you need to know in Marrakech

Marrakech is well known to be a city where to do minimal attention, like many other cities and I talk about in my article on the risks associated with travel.

Either you stand by distance from which you beg to go in their stores or in their cafes/restaurants and merchants that offer you to drink or eat, you will be held subsequently that you are asked to order dining...

Travel not only do not let your only companion, it is best to accompany him anywhere or it will go to prevent possible harassment (not it worth than cure?)

Finally, be careful when you go in places with strong inflows as the medina or the Jemaa-el-Fna square.

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