Activities to do in Marrakech
Maison de la Photographie in Marrakech is launching a new exhibition LE MAROC DE JEAN PIERRE EVRARD from October 7th to 23rd 2015. Black and white photos of buildings in Marrakech. Jean Pierre has been a friend of the Maison de la Photographie since its opening and he decided to donate the photographs in
NEW TO MARRAKECH In the same location as the Marrakech Grand Prix, a new karting school opened in Marrakech at the beginning of July 2015. Apparently many racing car drivers spent their toddler years learning karting. So if you have aspirations of being a Formula 1 racing driver, then pay a visit to this new
If you’re in Marrakech and are looking for ways of beating the heat, check out this Guide for 2015 on the place with the pool for you. IN THE PALMERAIE Palmeraie Resorts From 200 dh Suitable for: Families wanting a day out near water in a peaceful place where kids can use the mini-club activities.
The Marrakech Museum for Photography and Visual Arts (the MMPVA) currently has its home in the the El Badia Palace, in the southern portion of the medina of Marrakech. The palace is in fact a ruin that originally housed Ahmad al-Mansur, the sultan of the Saadi dynasty, so it’s good that some part of it
On those hot days in Marrakesh cool down in our lovely riad pool, a larger than average riad pool. Relax in any of our two courtyards or on the roof terrace Book directly from our secure official website [www.riadsapphire.com] for the best deals.
Regards Orientalists – art exhibition in Marrakech Between December 26th and January 5th, 2015, art exhibition being held at the prestigious Hotel Selman just outside Marrakech. The exhibition is a collaboration between the Selman Hotel and the Matisse Art Gallery with the theme “Regards Orientalistes” . Selman Hotel is at the foot of the Atlas
Private workshops for Moroccan crafts – Atelier d’ailleurs in Marrakech Atelier d’ailleurs in Marrakech is an organization that offers many courses on Moroccan handcrafts. You can learn or practice your skills in embroidery, pottery, metal working, tadelakt, woodturning, Moroccan cooking…. You name it, they probably have a course on it. Small, private groups ensure you
The first Café Clock opened in Fez, Morocco and now there is one in Marrakech. A great place for cultural exchanges as well as a cup of coffee and a place to rest. Cafés are spring up all over the medina of Marrakech – and a welcome addition they are too. There is local artwork
The Koutoubia mosque is the largest in Marrakech and located just next to the main square, Place Jemaa el Fna’. It derives its name from the Arabic for books “kutub” as there was formerly a book market nearby – way back in 1150. The tower is almost 70
We’re often asked for advice on how best to enjoy Marrakech. So we’ve compiled a small guide letting you know: Best place to go to see the real Marrakech Best place to buy souvenirs Average cost of a meal What you should not miss What tourists should absolutely not do Full text on this link: