There are places in the world where simply mentioning their name conjures up an image of romanticism, the exotic, a step into the magic of the imagination – Marrakech in autumn is one of them.
Morocco’s Red City, set against a backdrop of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains in an oasis of date palms, is a place of endless spectacle and striking modern contrasts. Marrakech has built a reputation as a destination offering visitors an exotic blend of history, culture and art in one of the world’s most colourful and dazzling locations.
A feast for the senses, Marrakech in autumn captivates travellers from all over the world with its ornate palaces, exquisite gardens, soaring minarets and spice-filled souks. It will wow you at every turn, from spice-scented alleys to bustling souks and luxury hammam spas. It is filled with stunning architecture, great museums and art galleries, a thriving food scene and exciting concept stores. It is hard to believe this intoxicating, colourful city sits on the edge of the Sahara Desert, framed by the majestic Atlas Mountains – it really does have it all.
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