Several international magazines listed Marrakech on their tourism bucket list due to the city’s magical atmosphere.
The study ranked the red-washed city seventh on the list of 35 countries, placing it among the top ten cheapest cities in the world.
The study finds that an average day can in Marrakech cost tourists as little as £43.96 or MAD 546.52.
The city of Marrakech is known as the ochre of the red city for its red washed buildings. The city continues to attract millions of tourists each year, with travellers seeking to explore the wonders and cultural experiences of the city and the country in general.
New Delhi, India tops Starling’s list with an average cost of £28.22 per day, followed by Egypt’s Cairo £29.22, and Istanbul £35.51.
Los Angeles and New York are at the bottom of the list with an average cost of £168.95 and £179.15, respectively.
The digital bank made its study, relying on several criteria. The bank combined the total cost of meals, a night stay in a hotel, public transport, and an average attraction ticket.
Several magazines and reports have listed Marrakech among its top cities, including Forbes.
In October, the US-based Magazine tasked Ovation Travel Group’s team to prepare an exclusive list of top 2020 destinations.
The list featured Morocco’s Marrakech.
For the Ovation Travel Group, the city offers “one-of-a-kind experiences such as a candlelit dinner in the middle of the desert replete with camel rides, belly dancers and fire eaters.”
In September, Morocco’s Tourism Observatory said in September that 7.544 million tourists visited Morocco by the end of July 2019. The statistics show that the “two tourist destinations of Marrakech and Agadir generated 57% of hotel nights in the first seven months of 2019.”
In addition to Forbes, Flight Network also named Marrakech as one of the top 50 most beautiful cities in the world.
“You’ll feel like you’ve been transported into a movie while you walk through the Old City, and then feel transported back to today when stepping into the New City,” Flight Network states.