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Marrakech is a fantastic city in Morocco. Well known due to its exotic looks, ancient palaces and endless markets. Indulge yourself in this magnificent travel destination. Don’t miss out Marrakech best sightseeing places and best monuments. You can visit all Marrakech attractions in 2 or 3 full days.

This page will bring you a great compilation of What to see in Marrakech, and a list of TOP Best Sightseeing sites in the city, it’s best monuments and where to go – so that you can have a brief idea of what Marrakech can offer to spend a couple of days.

Marrakech has a considerable number of monuments, palaces, gardens and museums around it’s old city. Walking in the city is something useful and actually almost all Marrakech monuments are inside the old city.

Video of Jamaa el Fna Square in Marrakech, Morocco

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TOP 1: Majorelle Gardens

Build by the famous French painted Jacques Majorelle back in the early 20th century, the Majorelle are one of the world’s most exotic gardens. Pierre Berge and Yves Saint-Laurent saved them from abandonment and re-created an amazing space in the 1960’s. you can also visit the Museum of Islamic Art inside the garden complex.

Majorelle Gardens Marrakech

TOP 2: Koutoubia Mosque and Lalla Zohra Qobba

Without a doubt Marrakech landmark, the Koutoubia Mosque is Morocco’s most photographed site. Located to be seen from all parts of the city, the Koutoubia tower rises up to 252 feet / 77 meters. This amazing example of Almohad architecture deserves a close visit. Lalla Zohra Qobba is painted and white and located just in front of the Koutoubia.

Koutoubia Mosque and Lalla Zohra Qobba Marrakech

TOP 3: Ben Youssef Madrassa

One of Marrakech best monuments, the Ben Youssef Madrassa is a magnificent place where terrific architecture amazed every single visitor. This old 16th century Andalusian architecture jewel aside the Marrakech Museum, invites you to explore a real Islamic school where hundreds of students would study religion.

Ben Youssef Madrassa Marrakech

TOP 4: Jemaa el Fna Square

Probably the most thrilling place in Marrakech, the Jemaa el Fna Square is a place of madness where you’ll love it and hate it at the same time. Mix snake charmers with acrobats, dozens of street musicians, donkey chars, motorcycles, hundreds of tourists, horse chariots, loud music, orange juice stalls, restaurant stands and thousands of people and you’ll have figure it out. Yes, craziness.

Jemaa el Fna Square Marrakech

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