Now you can have a breakfast on the roof in Marrakech. What could be better?
The Madrasah of Ben Youssef is an architectural masterpiece of the Merinid era. In the distant 1570, at the mausoleum of Ben Youssef, the most important school was opened, which later became the most prestigious school in the Maghreb to study the Koran and it practically preserved its original appearance to the present day. Over the past four centuries, the Madrasah of Ben Youssef has been the centre of the religious life of Morocco. Here you can walk for hours, studying all the details of its architecture.
It’s a real Arabic market of spices (and not only). Do you need more comments?
This is a real hidden pearl. It is an oasis of tranquility and silence in the center of the city. It’s a must-visit place. You can also buy a ticket here and climb the tower to enjoy a panoramic view of the city.
Google shows that the restaurant next to the garden is in 20 minutes on foot, but that’s not true. In fact, it’s just around the corner. However you can walk around as long as you wish, walk up your appetite.
The museum is located in the palace of the 19th century. The exposition is not big, the exhibits are not as interesting as the local mosaic.
This is a bomb for photography lovers! Most of the vintage photos can be bought as a reprint to hang it at home on the wall, for example. The atmosphere is amazing here and you can climb to the roof to enjoy the sunset.
According to the route, today's dinner will also be on a roof. Just in case, it’s better to book a table in advance. Your hotel staff can help you with this.