Riad les Orangers d'Alilia Marrakech

216, rue Tadla, Derb Chtouka Marrakech-medina, Marrakech, 40040, Morocco
Riad les Orangers d'Alilia Marrakech
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new years eve in Marrakesh

by Danidge

hey, hey,

My family and I are planning to spend christmas and new year in Marrakesh. If anyone has any past experience in celebrating new year and xmas there, then could you please just write a short post explaining what you thought of it, what you got up to etc....

Thank you very much,


RE: new years eve in Marrakesh

by shelteringsky

I see no one so far has answered your question,possibly due to the fact Morocco is a muslim country and celebrating xmas isnt on the calender.New year is somewhat different but not the experience we have in non muslim countries as the new year here is around 1400 and something.However you can buy plastic blow up father xmas and reindeer around that time,and i see they are selling an osama bin laden/georgebush train set on the streets for 50dhs,nice presents for someone you dont like.I would say morocco is a place where people come to get away from xmas,and its refreshing to see it as an ordinary day.Your hotel might do festive lunch.

RE: new years eve in Marrakesh

by khalid_2

I guess a nice destination would be the very famous night club: "Pacha Marrakech"
here it is the Website:www.pachamarrakech.com

RE: new years eve in Marrakesh

by truthmenara

Nothing happens in marrakech at Xmas and nothing happens at new year . Many night clubs and restaurants put on a special night/ menu and would be ticket only for an all in ( high ) price ., booked in advance . Do not expect the likes of Trafalgar square at the place jmen el Fnaa , nothing happens , if any thing it would be the quietest night on NYE because all the locals go home to be with familly at mid night . The grand tazi hotel can be a bit of a laugh be fore midnight .

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Quad biking and horse riding in marrakech

by silvia121

The best way to see the marrakech for it's beautiful landscapes is by getting out of the hustle and noise of the city. 20 mins outside you can view the scenic views and atlas mountain landscapes of the famous palm grove of marrakech.
There you can do tours of 2-4 hrs on either horsebacks or high-speed quads. Which ever you fancy - this is the best way to enjoy a tours whilst sighting the city from the real perspective.


Supratours bus to Dakhla

by earthflyer

Supratours have 1 bus departing for Dakhla.

Journey time 25 hours.

Tickets are around 400 dirhams.

Supratours have there office next to the train station in Marrakech.

Please use prices as a rough guide only.

Djemaa el-Fna, souqs and medina

by sachara

When I came back in Marrakesh after 25 years, I couldn't wait to see again the souqs, the medina and especially the Djemaa el- Fna. I was happy to recognise the same enchanting atmosphere.
We first strolled around in the souqs area and at the end of the afternoon we returned to the Djemaa el-Fna, ''the place to be'' at this moment of the day.
The many open air food-stalls with inviting aroma's, the musicians, the snake charmers, the storytellers, they all were still there. Amazing, after twenty five years, I had the same exciting feeling to be there.

Musee de Marrakesh

by Bigjones

The Marrakesh Museum gives a good example of the Moroccan architecture and decoration. This old palace (riad) from the 19th century was restored and really worths a visit to see its wonderful Moorish style tiles called "zelliges" on the walls and floors, its warm atmosphere, its old hammam, its art as well as its temporary exhibitions.

Open everyday from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Entrance fee : 30 Dh (+/- 3 euros) for adults and +/- 1 euro for children


by venteeocho

Marrakesh - "Morocco City", as early travellers called it - has always been something of a pleasure city, a marketplace where the southern tribesmen and Berber villagers bring in their goods, spend their money and find entertainment. For visitors it's an enduring fantasy - a city of immense beauty, low, red and tentlike before a great shaft of mountains - and immediately exciting. At the heart of it all is a square, Djemaa El Fna, really no more than an open space in the centre of the city, but the stage for a long-established ritual in which shifting circles of onlookers gather round groups of acrobats, drummers, pipe musicians, dancers, storytellers, comedians and fairground acts. However many times you return there, it remains compelling. So, too, do the city's architectural attractions: the immense, still basins of the Agdal and Menara gardens, the delicate Granada-style carving of the Saadian Tombs and, above all, the Koutoubia Minaret, the most perfect Islamic monument in North Africa.


Every year, the ruins of the el Badii palace provide the grandiose setting for the national festival of popular art. This is the showplace for music, dance, songs and costumes as well as jewellery and ornaments for family or religious celebrations. Quite enchanting!


Jewellery in finely worked silver, oil lamps in Taroudannt stone, embroidered leather, rustic pottery, marble, magnificent pots, chests, Berber jewellery: it is like walking through a dream. Especially the favourite's bedroom with its exceptionally beautiful collection of carpets.


It is both the name of a rounded earthenware pot and a delicious dish of mutton and spices which stews slowly, buried overnight in hot ashes. Delectable!


Nothing has changed in the souk's tanneries for many hundreds of years. Among the skins stretched out on the straw to dry in the sun, close to the vats,craftsmen are still using saffron to obtain yellow, poppies for red, indigo for blue and antimony for black. A look into the past that should not be missed.


As the horse settles into a brisk trot, how delightful it is to feel the gentle caress of the light breeze on your cheek and gaze at the silhouette of the palm trees standing out against the fiery sky ; riding towards the tower of the palm grave in the light of the setting sun is one of the most romantic moments you can enjoy in Marrakesh


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Address: 216, rue Tadla, Derb Chtouka Marrakech-medina, Marrakech, 40040, Morocco