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    Fly to Marrakech, Morocco

    Marrakech, the red city.

    With a mix of traditional and contemporary, Marrakech offers a warm welcome to all culture lovers.

    Souks in Marrakech

    Shop till you drop.

    Put on your babouche slippers and dive into Marrakech’s famous souks.

    Flights to Marrakech, Morocco

    The fairy-tale city of Marrakech is a very popular city-break destination. Founded in 1062, modern day Marrakech is a mixture of ancient traditions, rich culture, and a modern Moroccan way of life. Famous for its riads, lively souks, palm groves, and the ancient Jemaa el Fna square, the Medina labyrinth will lead you to a world of vibrant colours, delightful aromas, and a traditional atmosphere.

    The beautiful and mysterious red city awaits…. Book your flight to Marrakech, Morocco now!


    Things to do in Marrakech

    1. Lose yourself in the Marrakech Medina. Throw your map away and stroll aimlessly through the labyrinth of narrow alleys. Let your senses guide you; incredible treasures are there to be discovered.
    2. Jemaa el Fna is Marrakech’s main square. Formerly a site for public executions (the name means assembly of the dead), the square is now a stage for the non-stop performances of acrobats, musicians, comedians, snake charmers, and henna tattoo artists. A carnival takes place every night and the show is not to be missed.
    3. Admire some beautiful examples of Islamic architecture, such as the Ben Youssef Medersa, the Koutoubia Mosque and minaret, or the impressive Saadian Tombs. The Bahia Palace and the El Badi Palace are true jewels.
    4. Head to the old Jewish district (Mellah) to visit the Lazama Synagogue and the Miaâra Jewish cemetery to gain a greater understanding of Marrakech's cosmopolitan past.
    5. Marrakech souks are renowned around the world. You can get the real market experience at the Souk Semmarine, but don’t stop there when you can discover the whole Souk District. Remember to haggle or you’ll disappoint the stall owners!
    6. Berber Museum and Majorelle Garden. By far one of the country's most beautifully curated museums, the Musée Berbère will enthral you with fascinating facts about the Berbers of Morocco. The museum is located in an electric blue villa, owned by the fashion designer Yves Saint Laurent, amidst the magical Majorelle Garden, which boasts more than 300 plant species from all over the world.
    7. Near to the Majorelle Garden, you’ll find the newly opened Yves Saint Laurent Museum. This museum houses a collection of sketches, accessories, and photographs that retrace 40 years of the designer’s career, who fell deeply in love with Marrakech colours.
    8. Want to visit more museums? Then be sure not to miss the Marrakech Museum, with its collection of Moroccan art exhibits in the beautiful surroundings of the Mnebhi Palace, and the Maison de la Photographie which houses a collection of vintage Moroccan photography.
    9. Sooth your body and mind with a relaxing hammam (steam bath) at the Hammam de la Rose or the Royal Hammam.
    10. Outdoor enthusiasts should definitely visit the Marrakech hinterlands: have a look at the shores of Lake Lalla Takerkoust, admire the enchanting Ouzoud Falls, head up the Oukaïmeden Mountain, or go skiing in the Atlas Mountains.

    Practical information for your trip to Marrakech

    • Brussels Airlines flights arrive and depart from Marrakech Menara Airport, which is just 10 km from the city centre.
    • Time zone: UTC/GMT+1.
    • Currency: The local currency is the dirham. You won’t have any trouble finding cash machines (Visa, MasterCard and AM) and paying by bank card. Take note, bringing dirhams into the country or taking them out is prohibited.
    • Telephone calls and Wi-Fi: The dialling code for Morocco is +212. You will have no trouble finding Wi-Fi. Indeed, Wi-Fi networks are available in the airport, and in hotels, restaurants and cafés.
    • Electric sockets: These have a standard voltage of 220 V. If you use “European” plugs, you won’t need an adaptor. If you use American or British plugs, you will need one.
    • Travel information: A passport is mandatory whatever the reason for your stay or its length! You will need a visa for a stay of longer than 3 months. For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website: www.iatatravelcentre.com.
    • Vaccination: There are no mandatory vaccinations for European travellers. For more health information, visit the website www.iatatravelcentre.com.

    What to do and not do in Marrakech?

    • Stay on the lookout for cars, motorbikes, and horse-drawn-carriages, at all times of day, while wandering around the Jemaa El Fna square.
    • For a real Moroccan experience, sleep in a riad. Staying in a riad in the old Medina of Marrakech is a unique experience, mixing culture with atmosphere. Look for a riad that has a comfy roof terrace to unwind amidst the bustle of the city.
    • If you hire a car please note that seatbelts are mandatory. There is zero tolerance with respect to drink-driving, and it is illegal to talk on a mobile phone whilst driving. All signs are written in two languages, French and Arabic.
    • Bring cash when you go shopping because shopkeepers are known to increase the price if you don’t pay with cash. However, don’t hesitate to haggle in the shops (except supermarkets), it’s a very common practice in Morocco. All work deserves payment, so when someone does you a favour, you are expected to give them a tip... even for taking a photo!
    • Do you want to take home souvenirs from Morocco? You’ll be spoilt for choice: slippers, pastries, Argan oil, spices, perfumes, and why not a carpet or a traditional outfit?
    • In Morocco there are two official languages, Arabic and Amazigh, which are spoken in the streets and villages of Morocco. French is also widely spoken.

    Survival vocabulary of Moroccan Arabic

    • Good morning: Salam Alekum
    • Goodbye: Msal'khir
    • Please: Min fadlak
    • Thank you: Shoukran
    • Yes: Wakha
    • No: La
    • Excuse me: Smahli / Afak
    • I’d like (in a restaurant) Ana ourid
    • I don't understand: Ma Fhamtch
    • I would like to go to ...Brit Nemchi

    When to go to Marrakech?

    With year-round sunshine, Marrakech is definitely the perfect exotic destination. Be prepared for desert-like temperatures during summer and stay well hydrated at all times.

    So, take sun cream whichever time of year you go, but don’t forget to take slightly warmer clothes for the evening, and something respectable to wear when walking around the city.

    What to eat in Marrakech?

    Moroccan gastronomy is known all over the world for its aromas and flavours. Amongst those not to miss are the tagines and couscous dishes, which are endlessly varied, the pastillas (Moroccan pies), salads, desserts and breads. If someone offers you a mint tea, never refuse: first of all, it’s good, but also, refusing isn’t the done thing.

    You can taste Moroccan cuisine in any of the many bustling restaurants, but do also try buying food from street vendors for a genuine food experience.

    Cultural events in Marrakech

    • Marrakech Marathon (January): thousands of athletes get ready to run around the Medina ramparts and along the Palmeraie.
    • Marrakech Biennale (every two years): contemporary art fair showcasing art, film, literature, and music. Artworks and installations are unveiled throughout the city.
    • National Popular Arts Festival (July): Marrakech’s oldest folkloric festival. Artists from surrounding villages descend on the city and transform the Jemaa El Fna square into an open-air theatre.
    • Oasis Festival (September): a three-day electronic festival featuring DJs from all over Europe, with a distinctive Moroccan twist.
    • Marrakech International Film Festival (December): the Jemaa El Fna square is turned into an open-air cinema for this festival.

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