Sip on freshly-squeezed orange juice at Djemaa el F’na, spend a night under the stars in the desert, or learn to kitesurf on the wild Atlantic coast. Wherever you stay in this enchanting country, there’s lots of things to do in Marrakech to keep you busy through the warm days and cool, clear nights.

1. Jardin Majorelle Morocco

Visit the stunning garden of Jardin Majorelle also known as Villa Oasis to see a botanical paradise of flora and fauna. Famous fashion designer, Yves Saint Laurent and his partner Pierre Bergé
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3. Marrakech Medina

Marrakech medina (the ‘old city’) is as exotic as it is enchanting. For years, this UNESCO World Heritage site has attracted movie stars, artists and writers, drawn by the vibrant buzz on the streets.
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4. Marrakech Nightclubs

Many people visit Marrakech to explore the bustling old city, but the hip nightclubs in Marrakesh are another major draw for tourists who want to party with the in-crowd.
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5. El Badi Palace Morocco

Visit the ancient ruins of the 16th century El Badi Palace, to see the wide courtyard and rock formations. The palace was once Marakech’s grandest structure with gold and blue tiled flooring of lavish design.
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6. Royal Saadian Tombs Morocco

Located just outside of Marrakech, the Saadian Tombs are breathtaking, with its beautifully carved detailing and colourful geometric patterns, it’s no wonder many visit this site each year.
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7. Jemaa El Fna Morocco

Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the main square and the hustle and bustle of Jemaa el Fna’s maze of traditional souks, narrow streets and fresh food stalls. Jemaa el Fna is like no where else in Marrakech,
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