Medina
Marrakech

Medina tours

With more than 600 ha, Marrakech's Medina is the largest Medina in the entire Maghreb; it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage. In the heart of Marrak...

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History & heritage tours

Marrakesh is a buzzing city and it can quickly get very complicated to find its way in the maze of narrow streets, and in the world of the s...

Duration
3 hours
Available in: English
£ 23
City tours

Marrakech is one of the most famous cities in Morocco and it is a real maze of narrow streets and souks. If you don't want to get lost and l...

Duration
9 hours
Available in: English
£ 51
Walking tours

Marrakech's medina is a labyrinth of alleys within alleys, a bustling town that is very chaotic to navigate, especially if you include the l...

Duration
4 hours
Available in: English
£ 40
City tours

Discover Marrakech in one day from Casablanca with a passionate guide. Enjoy a pick-up from your hotel in Casablanca and discover Marrakech ...

Duration
1 day
Available in: English
£ 271

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The inside story

With more than 600 ha, Marrakech's Medina is the largest Medina in the entire Maghreb; it is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage. In the heart of Marrakech, the Medina is a treasure for any tourist who love to get lost in its winding streets. With its fountains, patios and gardens of orange trees, strolling around this charming area is a real pleasure. In addition to the flashes of colours, magic carpets, oil lamps and leather purses, the souks are a permanent show for tourists and Marrakchis alike. In the past few years, the Medina's traditional houses have undergone major renovations and the riads, now charming guest-houses, attracts tourists in search of One Thousand and One magical Nights.

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