Marrakech was the crossroad for Caravans on their way to Europe. Traders used to settle in this red city. They traded herbs, spices, slaves, etc. I live in Marrakech and I know the entire city very well, so I can show you the hidden sides and help you know you way. Also, I will guide you to the sites that you cannot find on your own. As a female tour guide, I will give you a well-rounded view about Marrakech and Morocco from a woman’s perspective; while giving attention to the details about how the locals live, and their way of life.
The medina is big and twisty, but I will show you all the major sites. The great square of Djemaa-el-Fna contains a bus station and many restaurants selling kebabs, tajines, fish, meat, vegetables, sweets and drinks. The souks of Marrakesh, covering a square kilometre, sell everything from carpets, to herbs, to jewellery, to clothes, and much more. The city has many sites and you will visit the major ones.
I meet you in the lobby of your Riad /hotel. the tour can be customised according to the time you have .
– We will start your tour with a guided sightseeing of historical sites of Marrakech. Begin with a stop at the foot of the 12th century Koutoubia Minaret; one of the masterpieces of Islamic architecture. visit from outside.
. Then Stroll through the famous Jamaa El fena. Visit the nice colourful Souks. Discover the handicraft; the main industry in the city. Also you can visit Médersa Ben Youssef and discover the 16 century architecture.
Let me know please what you are interested to see and I can customize your tour.
MEETING POINT + TOUR DURATION
Meeting Point Options: Hotel, Suggested by Guide: I meet you in the lobby of your hotel /Riad .
Duration: 3 hours
This is a walking tour.And if you are staying far from medina you can tell me please and i will make a custom tour for you and include transportation.
- Guiding Services
ESTIMATED LOCAL CASH NEEDED
500 dhs – You will need local cash to pay for fees to sites ,restaurants,souvenirs ,this is just approximate there is a possibility
- Personal Expenses
- Public Transportation Tickets
- Food, Drinks, Snacks