Marrakech is a place where you can lose yourself in the maze of souks, admire ancient mosques or just stop to absorb the buzzing atmosphere of Djemaa el Fna square.
Take the time to stroll through town to explore countless picturesque places, particularly the souks, palaces, mosques and hammams. See the snake charmers practise their art outside sumptuous palaces. Take the opportunity to find all sorts of items in the bustling markets and explore the mysterious medina (old town) with almost 2 miles of secret passageways.
At night the square really comes to life as people navigate toward the exotic aromas and the entertaining sights. As the evening darkens, the hustle bustle of activity rages on, the exotic music seems louder and becomes almost hypnotic.
The Kasbah, surrounding the Djemaa El-Fna, portrays a calmer, less abrasive atmosphere. It is home to the Royal Palace,
also the former El - Badi Palace and the Saadian Tombs. This naturally creates a safer atmosphere and cleaner streets. The Kasbah has its own little bazaars (Souikas), food stalls, restaurants and riads for travellers to enjoy.