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Top 10 things to do in MARRAKECH | Marrakesh Travel Guide



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In this video, we’ll show you the 10 best things to do in Marrakesh, Morocco (Marrakech, Maroc). Here are our top 10 picks:

CHAPTERS:
0:00 Intro
0:35 10. Medina Souks
1:16 9. El Badi Palace
1:55 8. Gardens
3:12 7. Koutoubia Mosque
3:38 6. Jemaa el-Fnaa Square
4:15 5. Tanneries
4:42 4. Bahia Palace
5:18 3. Miara Jewish Cemetery and Jewish Quarter
5:50 2. Bab Agnaou
6:17 1. Saadian Tombs

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36 thoughts on “Top 10 things to do in MARRAKECH | Marrakesh Travel Guide

  1. Irene Lamprakou says:

    My name is EIRINI LAMPRAKOU and I live in Vouliagmeni, Greece. Everything came from this house, what I said and what I did and that is why you are in my house now and have been here since at least 2013, which is when I found you out. My name is EIRINI LAMPRAKOU and I live in Vouliagmeni, Greece. Everything came from this house, what I said and what I did and that is why you are in my house now and have been here since at least 2013, which is when I found you out. My name is EIRINI LAMPRAKOU and I live in Vouliagmeni, Greece. Everything came from this house, what I said and what I did and that is why you are in my house now and have been here since at least 2013, which is when I found you out. My name is EIRINI LAMPRAKOU and I live in Vouliagmeni, Greece. Everything came from this house, what I said and what I did and that is why you are in my house now and have been here since at least 2013, which is when I found you out. My name is EIRINI LAMPRAKOU and I live in Vouliagmeni, Greece. Everything came from this house, what I said and what I did and that is why you are in my house now and have been here since at least 2013, which is when I found you out.

  2. - 4 7 3 xx 4 8 9 Hi Hytler says:

    Discover Morocco, the sex tourism revolution.
    I traveled to Mérakech for 6 weeks in 2017. I traveled around the country with individuals (prohibited) and I always stayed in a casa particular young woman alone with her Passive brother!!! (no need for a tour operator huh!). I had a good time
    I find it sad the tourists who only stay in concrete hotels to bask on the beaches without even discovering the life of Moroccans while the country is full of a wonderful heritage of bousbi in casablanca and the statue of marshal Hubert lyautey the founder of Morocco .
    It is necessary to favor homestay accommodation "casa particular" which is for me an unforgettable experience in terms of meeting and it helps the locals financially. I imagine that the country has changed a lot now!

    my best memory remains Vinales (also Trinidad), magnificent landscapes and lovely people. Morocco is worth a look but on the other hand the relationship with the locals is more complicated and very interested. I have been harassed "gently" many times in the street by girls and young passive gays to the point of losing my calm especially once!

  3. Around the world With Omar says:

    Was there 3 days ago and I can say it is super crowded and like before the pandemy ♥️ the vendors and taxis are still as ever 😮‍💨

    But I can give you all a good money and health saving tip: don't, please never eat from the stands in the centre of the Jemaa el Fna square.

    I still do have dizyness, pain in my stomach and the urge to vomit 🤢

  4. C V says:

    What an, awful country to go. I have been recently. Not nice people very racist towards us South Asians Muslim. They look down on us. Obnoxious rude racist and very homophobic . Says it all.

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