- Let yourself be lost in the medina and its medieval architecture, this labyrinth will make you traveled in time.
- Emerge yourself in the magical atmosphere of the souks where the nuances of the colors blend with different aromas and scents.
- Visit the famous Ben Youssef Medersa which was built in 1570, and the famous Jemma el-Fna (UNESCO world cultural heritage)
Marrakech Souks tour makes you live a unique adventure, discover the alleys and souks of the old medina of Marrakech accompanied by a qualified tour guide. During the Marrakech Souks tour admire the live and open-air show of the Jemma el-Fna (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the activities of the square are derived from ancestral traditions related to the city. There are henna tattooists, snake charmers, monkey monitors, musicians, water sellers and the famous natural orange juice stands. As the night falls, the square becomes an open-air restaurant, where you can taste all the delicious local specialties for a moderate price.
Visit the souks of Marrakech which are unique in the world by their architecture, organized by districts and trades. Soak in a special atmosphere, smells, colors and lights. Discover the old slave market which overlooks Rahba Lekdima via the street of Souk Samarine, once occupied by furriers, this broad alley covered with metallic wicks is one of the main axes of the souks of Marrakech. Local craftsmen manufacture and sell their handmade products such as jewelry, caftans, slippers, carpets, woodwork, bronze works ...etc.
During your walk through the streets of the medina, your guide will unveil the mysterious face of the narrow alleys to discover fountains adorned with fabulous mosaics, doors of traditional houses finely carved. Hidden treasures that your guide will make you discover.
During your walk, you will have the opportunity to visit the famous Medersa Ben Youssef better known as the Koranic School. It is an Islamic school dating back to the 16th century under the Saadian dynasty and considered as the first institution in the world that originated the birth of the present universities. It had 132 rooms for students not from Marrakesh and could accommodate up to 900 students from different formations. The building is organized around a courtyard with a splendid basin in the center.
- Qualified tour guide
What's not Included
- Drinks and meals
- Entrance fee to Ben Youssef Medersa (2€ per person)
Know before you go
Wear confortable shoes.
As The Médersa Ben Youssef is closed since the end of November 2017 for 2 years of renovations! the visit will be replaced by Dar El Pacha (at 30 Dh / person) or Marrakech Museum (at 50 Dh / person).
Free: free cancellation until 1 day before the activity starting date.
The map bellow indicate the meeting point where you should meet with the activity provider to start your experience.