Top tourist attractions in Marrakech
The charming city of Marrakech, which has many nicknames; such as the Red City, also
the capital of the palms, and is the third largest city in the Kingdom of Morocco in
terms of population census.
The name of this city is referred to the Amazigh word “Amor n Akush” that means the country
of God. Tourism in Marrakech is one of the pillars of the internal economy of the
Kingdom of Morocco.
The city of Marrakesh has many wonderful sights, that makes it an important
source towards tourism in Morocco.
Besides top tourist attractions in Marrakesh, also it has many distinctive hotels that is close
to the vital areas that tourists need, and we will show you the most important hotels
which we recommend to stay in depending on other tourists experiences.
No doubt it has a good hospitality and excellent service level see more.
There a lot of magical tourist destinations in Marrakech that includes:-
Jemaa el Fna square is a major tourist attraction within the city of Marrakesh, as it is very
important to locals and tourists who can’t get enough of its magical square.
The construction of the walls of the city of Marrakesh dates from 1126 to 1127. The length
of these walls is estimated at about nine kilometers. All of the walls were built with
what was known as the old dust.
These walls were built in order to protect the city from the invasion of enemies and today
is one of the most important tourist attractions in Marrakech.
In 1924, this park was founded by the French painter Jacques Majorel whose name
attributed to the name of the park. This artist painted the park in bright blue color,
that surprised most of the population of the Red City.
This park is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Morocco that attracts
tourists from different parts in the world.
It is considered one of the most important tourist attractions in Marrakech, where
the history of these gardens dates back to the era of the Almohad Caliphate.
It was then designed as a place to train soldiers to swim, also it was decorated
with olive trees in the 12th century.
The Old City markets are considered to be the most important tourist landmarks which
tourists from all over the world, especially foreign tourists; in order to get some
of the Moroccan handicrafts and artifacts.
Located in the center of the old city of Marrakech, this remarkable archaeological
landmark was built in the 19th century at the entrance to the ancient city.
One of the most important tourist attractions in Marrakesh is the old city, which is
characterized by houses that has the Indonesian landmarks that has narrow
alleys and adjacent buildings, which are high-ceilinged rooms and
decorated with geometric shapes.
The building dates back to the 11th century during the reign of the Almoravids by Sultan
Ali bin Yusuf Al-Murabiti in 1106 and 1143 and was built to serve
as a house and light.