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Like many other cities, Marrakech is neither the capital city nor the largest metropolis and not even the Africa’s oldest city but it triumphs all and has its own intoxicating appeal that mesmerizes its visitors. It is cultural capital of Morocco located on the north of the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains which is renowned for its spices, souks, snake charmers and hidden gems offering a tantalising taste of Africa. Within easy reach of Europe, the city surely lives up the hype and is certainly a destination to visit and enjoy a fun-packed holiday. So hurry! Don’t miss your flight to Marrakech.
For many visitors, the labyrinthine medina the Old City is the star attraction of the city as its narrow alleyways are the highlight of the trip. You can enjoy the local flavours of the city as there are myriad shopping opportunities for you to buy shoes, perfume, leather goods, spices etc. Do enjoy a visit to Djemaa el Fna which is located in Medina and is the main square of the city and is quite popular among tourists. As the day moves on, you can see snake charmers, dancers and magicians showcasing their skills. Shopper can enjoy a delightful experience at souks of Marrakesh. The city has main five souks where the shoppers can buy carpets, traditional Moroccan leather slippers, spices, fabrics etc. Admire the towering minaret soaring over Marrakech and the meeting point in the heart of the city, the Koutoubia Mosque which was built during the 12th century by the Almohad Dynasty is the highest structure in the city while the Koutoubia Mosque is the largest mosque in the city.
You surely enjoy a visit to Bahia Palace, is perhaps the best-preserved historical sites and certainly the most interesting as well. Spreading across the 2 acres it oozes a timeless elegance and precise craftsmanship makes it a magnificent palace to visit. Do visit Dar Si Said Museum of Moroccan Arts and Crafts which is a lovely place built by Vizier Si Said is a home to wonderful collections of Berber Jewellery, silver oil lamps, pottery, artifacts and leather goods that you surely love and admire. Another lovely attraction of the city is Marrakech Museum which has an eclectic collection of contemporary art of Quranic inscriptions, local ceramic work, textiles etc. The real delight here to visit is the Dar Me’nebhi which was built in the early 20th century and was once the home to a minister in Morocco’s government. You surely love to visit Manara Garden which is a royal retreat and is full of peace and serenity right in the heart of the city is favourite spot among locals as well as tourists who want an escape from the city noise. If you want to enjoy all this fun and much more then grab discounted deals on flights to Marrakech and enjoy an unforgettable travel experience.
Visitors can choose from several airlines that offer flights from the United Kingdom to Marrakech. The most frequent flyers between both the destinations are Ryanair, Iberia, SWISS, easy Jet, British Airways, KLM, Air France, vueling etc. Every week there are about 174 flights from London to Marrakech flown over 26 different airlines. Heathrow has 104 flights, Gatwick has 45 flights and London city has 25 flights to Menara Airport per week.
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