New York - Marrakech, is Morocco’s most awarded destination in the travel and tourism industry.
New York – Marrakech, is Morocco’s most awarded destination in the travel and tourism industry.
The ‘Red City’s’ attractions, accommodations, entertainment, historical sites and rich culture have proven to meet and exceed the standards of the most demanding of tourists.
The ‘Pearl of the South’s’ charm is seductive and as splendid as it is unique.
GeoBeats, Inc. an American online video network that creates informative and entertaining videos on travel and other tourism topics, presents “Marrakech Top 10 Travel Attractions”.
The ‘Ochre City’ has so much to offer. GeoBeats takes you on a colorful travel guide of the top ten places to visit and things to do in Marrakech.
According to GeoBeats travel experts, these are their most favored choices in the Moroccan southern city.
The two-minute video tour as narrated by host Naomi, begins with a countdown at number ten.
“10. Menara Gardens: Marrakech is known for its historic architecture and hospitality. Menara Gardens established hundreds of years ago are a great reflection of this city’s beauty.
9. Souks: Another name for bazaars or markets, these have been here for a long time. They offer festive atmosphere and local scene that’s a feast for the eyes.
8. Marrakech Gates: There are many striking gates along the city walls and palaces that have protected the city in the past.
7. Local food: Moroccan cuisine is popular all around the world. It’s very diverse due to the influences of many cultures on Morocco. The food containers here are just as appealing.
6. Marrakech Museum: Located inside a gorgeous former palace, which is remarkably well preserved, the museum houses traditional and contemporary Moroccan art.
5. Carpets: Moroccan carpets are considered to be the finest in the world. If you have time for shopping, be sure to explore one of the many carpet shops in the city.
4. Local streets: Walking in the narrow streets of Marrakech is an excellent way to learn about how locals live today.
3. Koutoubia Mosque: This is the largest and most famous mosque in Marrakech City. Constructed in the 12th century, this stunning landmark dominates the city skyline.
2. El Bahia Palace: This beautiful palace was constructed in the 19th century. Intricate artwork can be witnessed outside as well as throughout the interiors of the former palace.
1. Djemaa El Fna: It’s the main square of the city’s medina, the 11th century historic area that is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. At any given night, it has a grand festival feel.”