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Vacation in Marrakech



The magical realm of the Arabian Nights


Morocco is one of the most popular destinations in Africa and its four royal cities, Fez, Meknes, Marrakech and Rabat, each have an irresistible charm. It is a country of captivating landscapes and cities with an extraordinary cultural heritage, as well as exceptional seaside destinations on the Atlantic side. Set back from the seaside resorts, Morocco’s mountainous hinterland is characterised by high, barren plateaus and green valleys overlooked by majestic Berber kasbahs that look like fortresses.



Marrakech, the unmissable ochre city


The royal city of Marrakech is considered the most beautiful city in the Maghreb. The medina – the old city with its rich traces of Almohad culture, labyrinthine streets, colourful souks and magnificent centuries-old palaces – and the new city built under the French protectorate, are both equally beautiful. The Jemaa el Fna square buzzes all day and night with exotic and colourful spectacles, attracting Marrakech’s visitors like a magnet. The Atlas Mountains rise majestically in the distance and form a striking backdrop to the ochre city.

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Marrakech is one of the four imperial cities of Morocco and has around 930,000 inhabitants. The ramparts of Marrakech form an imposing compound that covers a distance of 10 kilometres and is made of pisé – a mixture of clay and lime. This building material has a fascinating cultural legacy and many of Marrakech’s buildings attest to this heritage, such as the Bahia Palace, the Ben Youssef Medersa, the mausoleums of the Saadian princes and the Koutoubia, to name but a few.

Must-do & Must-see - our suggestions



  • The hammam ritual is a great way to rejuvenate yourself and enjoy a moment of relaxation – not to mention a great way to prepare your skin for an optimal tan. Never will you have felt so clean in your life!
  • Don't miss a visit to the Palmeraie, a fabulous natural heritage site with around 100,000 trees spread over 15,000 hectares. To fully appreciate the trails, why not do them on a camel?
  • The best way to quench your thirst in the intense heat is to drink a delicious mint tea like a true Moroccan. Hydration guaranteed!



  • Going to the Jema el Fna square is like becoming an actor in a play... Daily activities all happen against a backdrop of snake charmers and entertainers and the scents of the square.
  • Lovers of art and nature will enjoy a stroll through the Majorelle Gardens, where they can admire many different species of cactus, palm trees, bamboo and other tropical plants. 
  • Marrakech looks like a postcard with its ochre colour contrasting against an almost-always-blue sky and the Atlas mountains with their snowy peaks. A real treat for the eyes.


Excursions will allow you to discover your destination from all perspectives. LuxairTours offers a range of selected tours that will allow you to discover unmissable places, paradisiacal beaches, typical dishes... LuxairTours organises a range of quality excursions for you.

  • This half-day activity will take you through 962 years of history as you visit the monuments of the medina.

  • On this half-day excursion, you can discover the different districts of the souks and the medina. You will have a guided tour where you can meet the craftsmen such as tanners, saddlers, blacksmiths, carpenters, potters, jewellers and learn about their expertise. The excursion will end at the captivating Jemaa el Fna square.

  • Walk to the foothills of the Atlas Mountains, visit traditional Amazigh houses and admire the breathtaking scenery of the Ourika Valley.

  • This tour will take you to Essaouira, a town on the Atlantic coast (about 230 kilometres from Marrakech), and you may even spot some goats perched on the branches of the Argan trees. The tour will also include a visit to the old town of Essaouira, the Jewish quarter and the old Portuguese fortress, followed by free time on the beach.
    Lunch is not included.

  • Departure from Marrakech to the Tichka heights. Stop at the summit of Tizi n’Tichka, at an altitude of 2,260 m. The excursion then continues towards Aguelmous. Stop at Aït Ben Haddou, the most famous of the Kasbahs that was declared a world heritage site by UNESCO and has appeared as the backdrop to a number of films (Jewel of the Nile, Gladiator, …). Free time. Donkey ride (optional). Continue to Tifoultout, then to Taourirt, including a visit to its Kasbah. Return to Marrakech with a final stop at Taddert.

  • Visit the Jemaa el Fna square at night to enjoy the local street food.

  • This activity will take you to the Agafay desert, at the edge of Marrakech, and immerse you in the heart of Moroccan culture. You’ll experience a dinner show in a typical southern Moroccan bivouac and leave you with unforgettable memories.

  • This adrenaline-filled activity will take you through the trails of the Palmeraie on a quad bike. It lasts two-hours and includes a tea break in a small village.

  • This tour will take you to the highest point of the Atlas Mountains, Mount Toubkal. On the way, you will discover Amazigh culture and magnificent mountainous landscapes.

  • This day trip to the Middle Atlas will allow you to marvel at the Ouzoud waterfalls with their 130 metre falls and lush vegetation. You will also find olive trees, carob trees and you may even see some monkeys.
    Lunch is not included.

  • Experience the thrill of the Agafay desert on a quad bike on this two-hour tour.

For more information and bookings, please contact your LuxairTours guide on site.


Important information


- During Ramadan, the Muslim fasting period, some restaurants and bars in the hotels may remain closed and the entertainment programme may be limited.
 -In all the hotels, proper attire is required for dinner (long trousers for gentlemen).
- Entry to the mosque is forbidden for non-Muslims.

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