Marrakech is considered to be as one of the best tourist destination in the world. Celebrities around the world like to visit it and spend some times in this nice city.

Marrakech is full of historical site, it is a place where the past and the future meet. It has some beautiful mosques, palaces and gardens, as well as the famous Jemaa el-Fnaa square and souk market. With many things to do and see in both the medieval and modern parts of town, Marrakech is a captivating city.

This list explores the can’t-miss attractions every traveler needs to do and to see in Marrakech.


Jemaa el-Fnaa is the most popular place not only in Marrakech, but also in the world. By day, the square buzzes with snake charmers, henna-tattoo artists and various other entertainers, while at night there are countless stalls boasting traditional lamb dishes and fresh orange juice, among other culinary delights. Tourists cannot resist the attraction of the place as they experience a live experience of the mommy, or Aladdin adventures. The intriguing things the locals offers add that sparkle to this magical Moroccan square.


In addition to JEMAA EL-FNAA, JARDIN MAJORELLE is another captivating place in Marrakech. The Jardin Majorelle is created by the French painter Jacques Majorelle, who spent 40 years injecting his passion and creativity into this magical garden. Complete with enchanting little lanes, tranquil streams and over 300 species of stunning plants, Jardin Majorelle is perfect for those who need a break from the busy city.

Visit a hammam

The traditional hammams (local bath houses) are so attractive for tourists in Morocco. They usually involve stripping down and immersing yourself in experiences such as a visit to the sauna, an exfoliating massage and a dip in an ice-cold pool. There are a number of bath houses throughout Marrakech, and a typical price for tourists is between 50 and 100 dirhams. Don’t forget to bring your own towel just in case!


Given the importance of mosques in Moroccan culture, the Koutoubia Mosque is a must-see for those in the area. The largest mosque in Marrakech, the Koutoubia is not only a spiritual center but a point of reference for international architecture. Setting the trend for buildings in Spain and Rabat, the beautiful 12th-century minaret is an example of ornamental expertise, with characterful arches and rigid proportions, it’s an admirable piece of architecture. Enjoy the call to prayer coming from the top of the minaret five times a day and appreciate the architecture of this important building.

Stay in a traditional riad

Riads are hidden treasures often tucked away in the narrow streets of the old part of town. Those staying in Marrakech should ensure they spend at least one night in the heart of the old town in a spectacular riad. Take Dar Hanane, for example, where guests are transported from the bustling medina streets into a house of relaxation and tranquillity. With en-suite bedrooms and a roof terrace offering panoramic views of Marrakech, this is just one example of the incredible riads in the imperial city. – Travel directory.