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Marrakech Private Excursion From Essaouira
"Departure early morning (8am) for Marrakech arrival and panoramic tour then visit of:Koutoubia Minaret:The Koutoubia is built in XII century and it is the twin sister of the Giralda of Seville and the Hassan Tower (unfinished) in RabatEl Badi Palace:It was Raised by Ahmed al-Mansur a replica of the Alhambra and made with the most precious materials from Italy (marble) Sudan (gold dust) India (porphyry) and even China (jade).Saadian Tombs:The Saadian tombs are to be originated in the period of the great sultan Ahmad al-Mansur Saadi (1578-1603). These tombs were discovered in 1917. These tombs impress visitors with their beau
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Private Small Group Tour: Explore Marrakech
"You'll be picked up at the reception of your hotel or Riad at 9:00am by your local tour guide. You'll start your walking tour around the medina of Marrakech that will last about 4 hours.You'll visit the famous Palais de Bahia with its fantastic c you'll also be able to visit stores in the souk to buy spices and argan oil if you choose. You’ll arrive at the Koutoubia mosque and the Djemaael Fna-square where you can drink some fresh pressed orange juice while observing the bustle of the snake charmers henna tattoo artists and water sellers. Next stop is lunch where you'll enjoy a tasty lunch in a restaraunt with a terrace overlooking the place. After your 1-hour lunch break your walking tour guide will take you to meet your chauffeur for your transfer to the beautiful Majorelle Garden. This botanical garden is a quiet oasis and the former home of the famous french designer Yves Saint Laurent. This bright blue villa contains a Berber Museum. You'll have some free time (1.5 hours) to stroll and visit this wonderful villa.After your free time
From EUR140.00
 
Marrakech Day Tour from Essaouira
"Travel 2.5 hours from Essaouira to Marrakech. Cradled by the foothills of the Atlas Mountains the 'Red City' as it is know due to the rich ochre (earthy) color of its buildings was once an important hub for camel caravans. Journey back in time to see the Saadian tombs one of the major attractions in Marrakesh and the Menara gardens built in the 12th century. Visit the Bahia Palace and gardens built at the end of the 19th century. Enter the complex to view the stunning paintings mosaics carved cedar wood
From EUR100.00

Saadian Tombs Tips (41)

The Saadian Tombs

This large complex of funerary monuments and buildings has been reasonably well preserved. About 100 members of the Saadi sultans family are buried here. There are many finely and brightly decorated...
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dabuwan
Feb 15, 2003

Saadians Sultans Graves

This open air cemetery is next to the Kasbah Mosque. Some of the sepulture are inside mausoleums that nicely decorated (stucco, mosaics…).Price: 10 Dh/pers (US$1)Open daily, except Friday morning8am –...
yoshimi
Feb 08, 2003

Visit the Saaidisch graves

Visit the Saaidisch gravesIt's just beautifull and when you go at 8am, as we did, then there are not that many tourists and then you can enjoy the peace of that place.
Mirellaboer
Aug 25, 2002

The Grounds of the Sa'adian Tombs

Around the lush gardens and grounds are hundreds of tombs of Saadian princes along with members of the royal household. There are also some Jewish graves within the grounds.
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keeweechic
Feb 20, 2009

Saadian Tomb

The resting places of the Saadian princes. The tombs is alongside the Kasbah Mosque. Admisssion DH10.
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Sambawalk
Aug 06, 2006
 
 
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Things to Do Near Marrakesh

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Ensemble Artisanal

In the Ensemble Artisanal there are carpet weavers, musical instrument makers, leather workers, wood workers and many more crafts people. The centre has government controlled prices, and although not...
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Jardin Majorelle

The Jardin Majorelle is a very nice garden, made by the French artist Jaques Majorelle who decided in 1923 to live Marrakesh and purchased same land, and commissioned the architect Paus Sinoir to...
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The Mellah

The Mellah, or Jewish quarter, of Marrakech is famous for its spice market and so we headed there to see if we could get some of the colourful photos that markets usually provide – and nowhere more...
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Ali ben Youssef Mosque

This is the oldest surviving mosque in Marrakesh, and the largest of the mosques in the medina. It dates from the Almoravid era ( mid- late 12th century), but has been rebuilt several times, most...
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La Palmeraie

I visited this area of Marrakesh by the Hop on - Hop off Marrakech tour bus (see my transport tip for more details) It's also a short taxi ride from the city centre if you don't want to use this...
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Dyers District

Here you will find the activities involved in dyeing wool and silk - so you will find here skeins of wool and silk freshly dyed and still wet hanging out to dry in the sun and warm air. And then of...
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