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Illustrious as the 'Red City' or as 'The Paris of the Sahara', Marrakech is an enigmatic destination filled with colourful bazaars, snake charmers, aromatic delicacies, ancient sites and ruins and the engrossing Moroccan architecture. What was once an ancient caravan trading town, retained its time-honoured atmosphere down the years, inviting throngs of modern travellers for exotic holidays to Marrakech. First-timers to Marrakech can find the city extremely daunting because of various cultural explosions and the enlivening chaos. Ignoring all the hustle and bustle, make your way to the city's souk and restaurants, which will surely be a treat to the travellers and a great pastime for shoppers. Apart from shoppers, food lovers and the adventurous, Marrakech is drenched with history. Explore abundant places of interest, its unique past and end your day with a vibrant nightlife. Stepping out of the city precincts, Marrakech is a fantastic base for excursions into the glorious Atlas Mountains and the Sahara Desert. Even with Marrakech city breaks, one can enjoy numerous day-trips, beach breaks and appreciate natural wonders such as the UNESCO-listed Ait Benhaddou and the beauty of the Todra Gorge. Marrakech is for everyone who yearns for a thrilling cultural destination and wishes to travel back in time to the gothic Morocco.
The climate of Marrakech determines the kind of traveller you are. On your holidays to Marrakech, you will either enjoy the best times in the city, or travel to be a part of the diverse festivals. The months between July and September mostly remain busy as several Moroccans come back home for holidays. The streets do get congested, so while travelling by car, it might frustrate you. Exploring the alleyways and narrow lanes are best explored by foot. Spring and fall are the best times to enjoy Cheap Marrakech holidays as you can enjoy temperatures between 68 F and 77 F during the daytime. It is recommended that you avoid July and August, when the temperatures soar upto 96 F or even higher. Airport Marrakech Menara Airport (RAK) is the leading international airport that serves the city of Marrakech.
What & Where to Dine? Marrakech is a conflation of cultures and to say that the culinary world of Marrakech is stimulating and eclectic, is an understatement and all food lovers eating and enjoying with their Marrakech holidays will comprehend this pretty quickly. With an exotic combination of Moorish, Arab, Indian, African and Mediterranean, dining is a heavenly experience for the senses. Spices, assorted preparation of vegetables and meat products are a crucial part of the Moroccan dishes. Visitors on city breaks to Marrakech can enjoy street-side barbecues or even dine out in several luxury restaurants where they'll be served Asian, French and Italian delicacies. For an authentic dining, head towards the Medina at sunset and watch kitchens prepare their food and set up stalls for the hungry crowd.
Places to Enjoy the Nightlife Marrakech may not be famous for an electrifying nightlife or something utterly glamorous, but there is something exceptionally exotic. With Cheap Marrakech holidays, visitors will definitely experience fun after dark with traditional programmes, local dance and storytelling. The best Moroccan entertainment can be enjoyed at Jemaa el Fna, where entertainers and performers light up the night. This square is truly the lifeline of Marrakech and the entertainment hub for tourists. Most Moroccans refer to the night clubs as 'discos' and also follow a more traditional kind of nocturnal entertainment. Belly dancing and cabaret venues are mostly crowded. The best areas are the districts of Gueliz and Hivernage, particularly along Avenue Mohammed V.
Places to Shop On your holidays to Marrakech, shopping should be experienced once in your lifetime. Right from the flourishing array of souks, priceless antiques, art, handicrafts, pottery, Marrakech is a treasure chest of exotic and bizarre goods. Whether you visit the open-air markets, haggle at the bustling souks or purchase branded labels from the glorious malls, you will surely experience shop-till-you-drop. The biggest souk in Marrakech is right opposite the Djemma El-Fna and in Gueliz, the famous Intensite Nomade sells contemporary art and trendy kaftans. You can also shop authentic apparels from the stylish boutiques. After returning from Marrakech city breaks, grace your home with hand-crafted pottery from Akkal in Sidi Ghanem. While shopping at the souks, haggling is essential and the dealing with the shop-owner can be overwhelming. Few other eye-catching and preferred souvenirs include include cactus silk, spices, camel leather goods, and cashmere shawls.
Currently, the airport has two formal passenger terminals and the third terminal is being built. The Marrakech airport is approximately 4 miles away from the city. You can commute to and fro by taking the petit taxi. Believe it or not, the Menara Airport is much more than just an airport. When you walk out of the 21st century airport, you face a city with a traditional setup, ancient arts, local cuisine and authentic music. The estimated non-stop flight time from London to Marrakech is 3 hours 20 minutes. Whatever the city offers, your city breaks to Marrakech will never be the same. Getting Around Much faster than buses, the petit taxis are convenient to tour around the city. Just make sure you check the metre before getting in. The national coach CTM services are also quite reliable and they operate from early morning till late night. To enjoy a romantic ride all over the city, the horse-drawn carriage called the caleche can carry up to five people. Since driving in Marrakech is not recommended due to the narrow lanes, many people prefer cycling, that helps to explore skinny lanes and zoom through the traffic. Whether you are travelling to Marrakech for business or family holidays to Marrakech, check our top holiday deals and special offers on Cheap Marrakech holidays and fantastic offers on city breaks to Marrakech. Marrakech is an electrifying city and offers amazing things to first time travellers on Marrakech holidays. The divided city, comprising of the Old Town and the new, showcases amazing art, architecture, culture and history. Nevertheless, such amalgamation of the old and the new gives an opportunity to everyone to enjoy their best times in the city. With so much to see and do with holidays to Marrakech, what all should be on your itinerary? Apart from the stunning architecture, Marrakech allures shoppers to haggle and buy the best things from the thriving markets. Historians can have a wonderful time admiring 1,000 years of history and architecture. Explore the UNESCO world heritage site and the largest square in Djemaa el Fna as well as taste some amazing food. Enjoy staying in one of the upmarket resorts and feel as if you've travelled back in time. If you're in Marrakech and you haven't tried a hammam, your Cheap Marrakech holiday will be in vain. The more adventurous can try scaling the Atlas Mountain and get friendly with the Berber nomadic tribes. As you drift away from the main city, the pungent smell of tanneries will get you closer to the crafting of the leather by professional guides. To move away from the hustle and bustle of the city life, the Essaouira is roughly two hours by car. With city breaks to Marrakech, you can easily spend few days here among tranquillity and the wonderful picturesque. Spend time with your family or partner among lovely ponds, exotic trees and plants at Jardin Majorelle.
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