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Marrakech City Breaks | Escape and Enjoy Maghreb Hospitality

Dominated by the sweet smell of scent in the air and the bustle of the souks, Marrakech City Breaks are historic, atmospheric as well as euphoric. This ancient imperial urban centre has a jewel of attractions spread from the high Atlas Mountains to the Sahara Desert. The Maghreb town has fascinating things on offer. Be smart and rediscover a different world at this magical city which can be an alternative to European Breaks. Marvel at the Bahia Palace, take a stroll along the medina and find a hammam for a relaxing spa massage. Cheap City Breaks to Marrakech should include a visit to Djemmaa el Fna. Certainly, it is a unique place to escape and dip in the antiques of storytellers and snake charmers. Furthermore, treat your senses with hot sips of Moroccan mint tea. So, if you are craving for an escape why not book in advance and save money. The deals are out now for 2020. Hence, grab them early and secure your dreams at this year-round destination.

When to Visit

As it is said that climate is fantastic all through the year, the summers are hot and dry as well as humid. But with a minimum of 7 hours of sunshine, Marrakech keeps you warm even in winters. Of course, the occasional showers won’t dampen your spirits and excitement of Marrakech Breaks. However, the best times to visit without many crowds are the shoulder seasons from March till May and September to October.

Things to See and Do in Marrakech


Medina Souks

Marrakech Holidays are synonymous with Medina souks. In fact, no trip to the metropolitan is complete without a stroll on the labyrinth of its alleyways. Located at the historic old town, Medina has dictated the Middle East for centuries by being the political and economic centre. Today, it is a UNESCO heritage site. The smells, sounds and colourful sights take you to a distinct planet at this place. The innumerable souks offer a myriad of shopping opportunities. Above all, haggling is very common in the area. So, don’t stop till you drop while shopping in the souks.

Djemmaa el Fna

Sitting in the heart of Medina, Djemmaa el Fna is the main gathering spot of the locals from centuries. As the morning turns into mid-day, the area will be bustling with the street entertainers, snake charmers, story and fortune-tellers. It is a wonderful place to sit and sip the Moroccan tea watching all the hoopla-halqa going on the street. It is also a nice spot to test your bargaining skills in the shops on Morocco Holidays. As the day slowly drifts away, the restaurants flare up the grills while the singers and musicians fiddle with the tunes.

Bahia Palace

The intricate 19th century Bahia Palace represents the opulent lifestyle of the Moroccan elite. Located within the walking distance of other top attractions in the city, the royal family stays in it occasionally. But, the visitors are allowed into public places. It is a great place to explore the colourful mosaics, sprawling gardens and spectacular squares.

Marrakech Hammams

Soaked in mud and scrubbed till clean, the Hammam baths in Marrakech leave every one fresh and alive. Most important of all, these are not just to clean and relax the body but also for purifying the souls and the minds. So, the feel of the steam and scrub in a hammam is definitely more revitalizing than anything else on a weekend break. Hence, choose All Inclusive Holidays to drain away all the stress and fight out the fatigue.

Gastronomy

The city full of colours, emotions and vibrancy also offers great tastes, flavours and aromas. When the Moroccans roast the meat on the grills, no one can resist a bite of the scrumptious kebabs. Similarly, the slow-cooked vegetables and meat in the pots which are called tagines, make you crave for more. Subsequently, never end Short Breaks to Marrakech without tasting the bowlful of snails. Especially, try the dish at Djemma El Fnaa.

Getting Around Marrakech

The best way to get around Medina is on foot. But one has to find other options to commute in this sizeable city. There are frequent bus services and also they are cheaper. But the only problem is that they get crowded. During Marrakech City Breaks one can even find taxis and subsequently the horse-drawn carriages called Caleches too. Finally, a motorbike or a moped is also a better way to get up close to the important sites inside the city.

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