- City tour of palaces and monuments in Marrakech
- Visit Bahia Palace
- See Koutoubia Mosque, the largest mosque in Marrakech
- Stop at the Saadian Tombs
- Round-trip hotel transportation included
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What You Can Expect
Leaving Bahia Palace you will continue to the cedar wood domes and marble columns of the Saadian Tombs. Dating back to the time of Sultan Ahmad al-Mansur (1578-1603), the tombs were only discovered in 1917 and their subsequent restoration have made them one of the most popular attractions for visitors to Marrakech.
Your last stop will be the Tiskiwin Museum, a beautiful double riad containing the private collection of folk arts belonging to Dutch collector Bert Flint. You will also see examples of Moroccan handicrafts at Dar Nejjarine before returning to your Marrakech hotel.
We paid £11 each for this trip to Viator who squeezed us onto a coach full of Thomson clients most of whom will have paid £16 each. Thomson customers checkout Viator at home before booking with your holiday company in location. The walking tour of palaces and monuments was excellent value partly because our £11 included transport to and from the medina, entrance fees into the Saadian Tombs, Bahia Palace and a Museum but moreover for the outstanding guide. This ageing rockstar or self confessed last hippie in Marrakech was very informative and highly entertaining
Well worth doing, the 2 guides were friendly and informative. Quite a bit of walking involved but you get to sample a lot of different parts of Marrakech, places you wouldn't normally walk down yourself.