Bert Flint Tiskiwin Museum

Contemporary art is honored here. And it is not less than 2,000 m2, decorated in the purest Moroccan tradition (zelliges, plaster, ceramics, etc.) that are offered to you. Every three

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Yves Saint Laurent Museum Marrakech

Marrakech lovers have one more good reason to always visit the city. The Yves Saint Laurent Marrakech Museum opened its doors there in 2017 . Born in Algeria in 1936,

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The souks

A labyrinth of animated alleys, traboules and dead ends, the magic of light that offers its rays in a sparkling rain, dripping from the wooden laths and trellises, flamboyant colors,

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Medina of Marrakech

Surrounded by the ramparts, the Medina of Marrakech corresponds to the Almoravid city fortified around 1060. It was originally a military camp and a market. In the 12th century, it

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Marrakech Museum

Nestled in the heart of the old Medina, the Marrakech Museum opens onto a quiet square located a few blocks from the lively alleys of the souk. Since its opening

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The Saadian Tombs

Several mausoleums and rooms, resting place of the dead of the El Mansour family, are spread out in the middle of flowery gardens. Decorated with marble and colored domes, this

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Medersa Ben Youssef

The palace “Dar El Bacha” is unknown to tourist guides. It is almost impossible to find its name in the usual books available to tourists and it is absolutely not

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The Koutoubia

The Koutoubia cannot be visited but only admired. More than 70m high, it is the pride of the inhabitants of Marrakech. It was restored a few years ago and at

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El Badii Palace

It is to celebrate his victory in the Battle of the Three Kings that the Saadian Sultan Ahmed el Mansour Ad-dahbi requested in 1578 the construction of the El Badii

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The Bahia Palace

Located in Marrakech, the Bahia Palace is steeped in history. The Bahia Palace (the beautiful or brilliant) was named after the courtesan of Ba Ahmed. At first it was built

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