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Marrakech, Morocco
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5 to 7 hours (Approx.)
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Offered in: English and 4 more
This full-day sightseeing itinerary of Marrakech hits all the highlights, so you’ll get a comprehensive tour without missing a thing. An art historian serves as your personal guide with a private driver... More
This full-day sightseeing itinerary of Marrakech hits all the highlights, so you’ll get a comprehensive tour without missing a thing. An art historian serves as your personal guide with a private driver to accompany you to Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, Ben Youssef Madrasa, and Jemaa el-Fnaa square, plus the souk and Jewish Quarter. Round-trip minivan transport from your hotel is provided for optimal convenience.

Highlights

  • Go city sightseeing with an art historian and personal driver in Marrakech
  • Explore Jemaa el-Fnaa square, the medina, and the Jewish Quarter on foot
  • Hear personalized commentary without competing for attention in the crowds
  • Key landmarks include Koutoubia Mosque, Bahia Palace, and Saadian Tombs

What To Expect

Itinerary
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Pass By: Medina of Marrakesh, Marrakech 40000 Morocco

Visit of the medina and Landmarks of Marrakech

Your guide will meet you at your accommodation with
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Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Medina of Marrakesh, Marrakech 40000 Morocco

Visit of the medina and Landmarks of Marrakech

Your guide will meet you at your accommodation with your driver to start the city tour from the prestigious mosque of LA KOUTOUBIA, one of the wonders of art Almohade that is located in the center of
... More
Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this product

Pass By: Medina of Marrakesh, Marrakech 40000 Morocco

Visit of the medina and Landmarks of Marrakech

Your guide will meet you at your accommodation with your driver to start the city tour from the prestigious mosque of LA KOUTOUBIA, one of the wonders of art Almohade that is located in the center of the city.

Later, we will head to the Saadian Tombs, one of the most visited places in Marrakech. These tombs date from the late sixteenth century and are located in a closed garden accessed through a small corridor, mausoleums of great beauty, decorated with mosaics, and different tombs that keep buried sultans, warriors, and servants of the Saadi dynasty.

After visiting this place we will go to the Bahia Palace, built in the s. XIX as the residence of the Sultan. Bay means bright, in fact in the s. XIX Moroccans thought they had built the greatest palace of all time. To get there, we will cross the street market of the Kasbah, the Jewish Quarter (El Malah), the Souk of the Species and Badia Palace. We will take a short walk through the souk of Marrakech. And finally the Jemaa el Fna square, which is the central square of Marrakech and the most important place in the medina. Where the public life of Marrakech develops both day and night. The best of Jemaa el Fna square is the transformation that is going on during the day.

Madrasa de Ben Youssef, built in the sixteenth century was one of the most important Koranic schools where the students lived in austere cells while finishing their religious studies. The most beautiful part of the visit confers in its inner courtyard with its architecture and mosaics, in harmony with the central pond used to perform the ablutions before the prayer. Here visitors will find extreme tranquility, after having gone through the bustle of the streets of the Medina.

Marrakech Museum: building open to the public since 1997. The Museum of Marrakech is one of the most interesting visits in the city. In these rooms, the museum's collection is exhibited, mainly composed of ceramics, weapons, carpets, and other traditional Moroccan objects. Inside the building, you can also visit the traditional hammam and a temporary exhibition hall. (optional)

Souk and Guilds Of Marrakech: entering through Jemaa el Fna Square and crossing the souk for its dozens of labyrinthine streets. Here you can buy all kinds of clothes, spices, food, crafts, typical products. In the souk, you will find artisans grouped by guilds, dyers, basket makers, and ironmongers are some of the trades that come together in the souk of Marrakech.

Gaderns: Majorel gardens and Menara Gardens: 


Stop At: Jardin Majorelle, Rue Yves Saint Laurent, Marrakech 40000 Morocco

Visit of the medina and Landmarks of Marrakech

Your guide will meet you at your accommodation with your driver to start the city tour from the prestigious mosque of LA KOUTOUBIA, one of the wonders of art Almohade that is located in the center of the city.

Later, we will head to the Saadian Tombs, one of the most visited places in Marrakech. These tombs date from the late sixteenth century and are located in a closed garden accessed through a small corridor, mausoleums of great beauty, decorated with mosaics, and different tombs that keep buried sultans, warriors, and servants of the Saadi dynasty.

After visiting this place we will go to the Bahia Palace, built in the s. XIX as the residence of the Sultan. Bay means bright, in fact in the s. XIX Moroccans thought they had built the greatest palace of all time. To get there, we will cross the street market of the Kasbah, the Jewish Quarter (El Malah), the Souk of the Species and Badia Palace. We will take a short walk through the souk of Marrakech. And finally the Jemaa el Fna square, which is the central square of Marrakech and the most important place in the medina. Where the public life of Marrakech develops both day and night. The best of Jemaa el Fna square is the transformation that is going on during the day.

Madrasa de Ben Youssef, built in the sixteenth century was one of the most important Koranic schools where the students lived in austere cells while finishing their religious studies. The most beautiful part of the visit confers in its inner courtyard with its architecture and mosaics, in harmony with the central pond used to perform the ablutions before the prayer. Here visitors will find extreme tranquility, after having gone through the bustle of the streets of the Medina.

Marrakech Museum: building open to the public since 1997. The Museum of Marrakech is one of the most interesting visits in the city. In these rooms, the museum's collection is exhibited, mainly composed of ceramics, weapons, carpets, and other traditional Moroccan objects. Inside the building, you can also visit the traditional hammam and a temporary exhibition hall. (optional)

Souk and Guilds Of Marrakech: entering through Jemaa el Fna Square and crossing the souk for its dozens of labyrinthine streets. Here you can buy all kinds of clothes, spices, food, crafts, typical products. In the souk, you will find artisans grouped by guilds, dyers, basket makers, and ironmongers are some of the trades that come together in the souk of Marrakech.

Gaderns: Majorel gardens and Menara Gardens: 


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Koutoubia Mosque, Avenue Mohammed V, Marrakech 40020 Morocco

Visit of the medina and Landmarks of Marrakech

Your guide will meet you at your accommodation with your driver to start the city tour from the prestigious mosque of LA KOUTOUBIA, one of the wonders of art Almohade that is located in the center of the city.

Later, we will head to the Saadian Tombs, one of the most visited places in Marrakech. These tombs date from the late sixteenth century and are located in a closed garden accessed through a small corridor, mausoleums of great beauty, decorated with mosaics, and different tombs that keep buried sultans, warriors, and servants of the Saadi dynasty.

After visiting this place we will go to the Bahia Palace, built in the s. XIX as the residence of the Sultan. Bay means bright, in fact in the s. XIX Moroccans thought they had built the greatest palace of all time. To get there, we will cross the street market of the Kasbah, the Jewish Quarter (El Malah), the Souk of the Species and Badia Palace. We will take a short walk through the souk of Marrakech. And finally the Jemaa el Fna square, which is the central square of Marrakech and the most important place in the medina. Where the public life of Marrakech develops both day and night. The best of Jemaa el Fna square is the transformation that is going on during the day.

Madrasa de Ben Youssef, built in the sixteenth century was one of the most important Koranic schools where the students lived in austere cells while finishing their religious studies. The most beautiful part of the visit confers in its inner courtyard with its architecture and mosaics, in harmony with the central pond used to perform the ablutions before the prayer. Here visitors will find extreme tranquility, after having gone through the bustle of the streets of the Medina.

Marrakech Museum: building open to the public since 1997. The Museum of Marrakech is one of the most interesting visits in the city. In these rooms, the museum's collection is exhibited, mainly composed of ceramics, weapons, carpets, and other traditional Moroccan objects. Inside the building, you can also visit the traditional hammam and a temporary exhibition hall. (optional)

Souk and Guilds Of Marrakech: entering through Jemaa el Fna Square and crossing the souk for its dozens of labyrinthine streets. Here you can buy all kinds of clothes, spices, food, crafts, typical products. In the souk, you will find artisans grouped by guilds, dyers, basket makers, and ironmongers are some of the trades that come together in the souk of Marrakech.

Gaderns: Majorel gardens and Menara Gardens: 


Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Saadian Tombs, Rue de la Kasbah, Marrakech 40000 Morocco

Visit of the medina and Landmarks of Marrakech

Your guide will meet you at your accommodation with your driver to start the city tour from the prestigious mosque of LA KOUTOUBIA, one of the wonders of art Almohade that is located in the center of the city.

Later, we will head to the Saadian Tombs, one of the most visited places in Marrakech. These tombs date from the late sixteenth century and are located in a closed garden accessed through a small corridor, mausoleums of great beauty, decorated with mosaics, and different tombs that keep buried sultans, warriors, and servants of the Saadi dynasty.

After visiting this place we will go to the Bahia Palace, built in the s. XIX as the residence of the Sultan. Bay means bright, in fact in the s. XIX Moroccans thought they had built the greatest palace of all time. To get there, we will cross the street market of the Kasbah, the Jewish Quarter (El Malah), the Souk of the Species and Badia Palace. We will take a short walk through the souk of Marrakech. And finally the Jemaa el Fna square, which is the central square of Marrakech and the most important place in the medina. Where the public life of Marrakech develops both day and night. The best of Jemaa el Fna square is the transformation that is going on during the day.

Madrasa de Ben Youssef, built in the sixteenth century was one of the most important Koranic schools where the students lived in austere cells while finishing their religious studies. The most beautiful part of the visit confers in its inner courtyard with its architecture and mosaics, in harmony with the central pond used to perform the ablutions before the prayer. Here visitors will find extreme tranquility, after having gone through the bustle of the streets of the Medina.

Marrakech Museum: building open to the public since 1997. The Museum of Marrakech is one of the most interesting visits in the city. In these rooms, the museum's collection is exhibited, mainly composed of ceramics, weapons, carpets, and other traditional Moroccan objects. Inside the building, you can also visit the traditional hammam and a temporary exhibition hall. (optional)

Souk and Guilds Of Marrakech: entering through Jemaa el Fna Square and crossing the souk for its dozens of labyrinthine streets. Here you can buy all kinds of clothes, spices, food, crafts, typical products. In the souk, you will find artisans grouped by guilds, dyers, basket makers, and ironmongers are some of the trades that come together in the souk of Marrakech.

Gaderns: Majorel gardens and Menara Gardens: 


Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Palacio da Bahia, 5 Rue Riad Zitoun el Jdid, Marrakech 40000 Morocco

Visit of the medina and Landmarks of Marrakech

Your guide will meet you at your accommodation with your driver to start the city tour from the prestigious mosque of LA KOUTOUBIA, one of the wonders of art Almohade that is located in the center of the city.

Later, we will head to the Saadian Tombs, one of the most visited places in Marrakech. These tombs date from the late sixteenth century and are located in a closed garden accessed through a small corridor, mausoleums of great beauty, decorated with mosaics, and different tombs that keep buried sultans, warriors, and servants of the Saadi dynasty.

After visiting this place we will go to the Bahia Palace, built in the s. XIX as the residence of the Sultan. Bay means bright, in fact in the s. XIX Moroccans thought they had built the greatest palace of all time. To get there, we will cross the street market of the Kasbah, the Jewish Quarter (El Malah), the Souk of the Species and Badia Palace. We will take a short walk through the souk of Marrakech. And finally the Jemaa el Fna square, which is the central square of Marrakech and the most important place in the medina. Where the public life of Marrakech develops both day and night. The best of Jemaa el Fna square is the transformation that is going on during the day.

Madrasa de Ben Youssef, built in the sixteenth century was one of the most important Koranic schools where the students lived in austere cells while finishing their religious studies. The most beautiful part of the visit confers in its inner courtyard with its architecture and mosaics, in harmony with the central pond used to perform the ablutions before the prayer. Here visitors will find extreme tranquility, after having gone through the bustle of the streets of the Medina.

Marrakech Museum: building open to the public since 1997. The Museum of Marrakech is one of the most interesting visits in the city. In these rooms, the museum's collection is exhibited, mainly composed of ceramics, weapons, carpets, and other traditional Moroccan objects. Inside the building, you can also visit the traditional hammam and a temporary exhibition hall. (optional)

Souk and Guilds Of Marrakech: entering through Jemaa el Fna Square and crossing the souk for its dozens of labyrinthine streets. Here you can buy all kinds of clothes, spices, food, crafts, typical products. In the souk, you will find artisans grouped by guilds, dyers, basket makers, and ironmongers are some of the trades that come together in the souk of Marrakech.

Gaderns: Majorel gardens and Menara Gardens: 


Duration: 40 minutes

Stop At: Jemaa el-Fnaa, Marrakech Morocco

Visit of the medina and Landmarks of Marrakech

Your guide will meet you at your accommodation with your driver to start the city tour from the prestigious mosque of LA KOUTOUBIA, one of the wonders of art Almohade that is located in the center of the city.

Later, we will head to the Saadian Tombs, one of the most visited places in Marrakech. These tombs date from the late sixteenth century and are located in a closed garden accessed through a small corridor, mausoleums of great beauty, decorated with mosaics, and different tombs that keep buried sultans, warriors, and servants of the Saadi dynasty.

After visiting this place we will go to the Bahia Palace, built in the s. XIX as the residence of the Sultan. Bay means bright, in fact in the s. XIX Moroccans thought they had built the greatest palace of all time. To get there, we will cross the street market of the Kasbah, the Jewish Quarter (El Malah), the Souk of the Species and Badia Palace. We will take a short walk through the souk of Marrakech. And finally the Jemaa el Fna square, which is the central square of Marrakech and the most important place in the medina. Where the public life of Marrakech develops both day and night. The best of Jemaa el Fna square is the transformation that is going on during the day.

Madrasa de Ben Youssef, built in the sixteenth century was one of the most important Koranic schools where the students lived in austere cells while finishing their religious studies. The most beautiful part of the visit confers in its inner courtyard with its architecture and mosaics, in harmony with the central pond used to perform the ablutions before the prayer. Here visitors will find extreme tranquility, after having gone through the bustle of the streets of the Medina.

Marrakech Museum: building open to the public since 1997. The Museum of Marrakech is one of the most interesting visits in the city. In these rooms, the museum's collection is exhibited, mainly composed of ceramics, weapons, carpets, and other traditional Moroccan objects. Inside the building, you can also visit the traditional hammam and a temporary exhibition hall. (optional)

Souk and Guilds Of Marrakech: entering through Jemaa el Fna Square and crossing the souk for its dozens of labyrinthine streets. Here you can buy all kinds of clothes, spices, food, crafts, typical products. In the souk, you will find artisans grouped by guilds, dyers, basket makers, and ironmongers are some of the trades that come together in the souk of Marrakech.

Gaderns: Majorel gardens and Menara Gardens: 


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Jemaa el-Fnaa, Marrakech Morocco

Visit of the medina and Landmarks of Marrakech

Your guide will meet you at your accommodation with your driver to start the city tour from the prestigious mosque of LA KOUTOUBIA, one of the wonders of art Almohade that is located in the center of the city.

Later, we will head to the Saadian Tombs, one of the most visited places in Marrakech. These tombs date from the late sixteenth century and are located in a closed garden accessed through a small corridor, mausoleums of great beauty, decorated with mosaics, and different tombs that keep buried sultans, warriors, and servants of the Saadi dynasty.

After visiting this place we will go to the Bahia Palace, built in the s. XIX as the residence of the Sultan. Bay means bright, in fact in the s. XIX Moroccans thought they had built the greatest palace of all time. To get there, we will cross the street market of the Kasbah, the Jewish Quarter (El Malah), the Souk of the Species and Badia Palace. We will take a short walk through the souk of Marrakech. And finally the Jemaa el Fna square, which is the central square of Marrakech and the most important place in the medina. Where the public life of Marrakech develops both day and night. The best of Jemaa el Fna square is the transformation that is going on during the day.

Madrasa de Ben Youssef, built in the sixteenth century was one of the most important Koranic schools where the students lived in austere cells while finishing their religious studies. The most beautiful part of the visit confers in its inner courtyard with its architecture and mosaics, in harmony with the central pond used to perform the ablutions before the prayer. Here visitors will find extreme tranquility, after having gone through the bustle of the streets of the Medina.

Marrakech Museum: building open to the public since 1997. The Museum of Marrakech is one of the most interesting visits in the city. In these rooms, the museum's collection is exhibited, mainly composed of ceramics, weapons, carpets, and other traditional Moroccan objects. Inside the building, you can also visit the traditional hammam and a temporary exhibition hall. (optional)

Souk and Guilds Of Marrakech: entering through Jemaa el Fna Square and crossing the souk for its dozens of labyrinthine streets. Here you can buy all kinds of clothes, spices, food, crafts, typical products. In the souk, you will find artisans grouped by guilds, dyers, basket makers, and ironmongers are some of the trades that come together in the souk of Marrakech.

Gaderns: Majorel gardens and Menara Gardens: 


Duration: 45 minutes

What's Included

Professional driver
Professional art historian guide
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Food and drinks
Gratuities
Entrance fees to monuments

Departure & Return

Departure Point

Traveler pickup is offered
We pick up all travelers from their accommodations

Departure Time

9:00 AM

Return Details

Return will be to the pick-up point unless you like the driver and guided to take to the new town or stay in the old Medina in the big square

Before You Book

The fine print

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Infant seats available
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • May be operated by a multi-lingual guide
  • Stroller accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.


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