What to eat
Marrakech is the tourist city where everyone's palates are conquered by local cuisine. Taste the authentic flavors of Moroccan cuisine with its culinary specialties! Can't miss tajine, couscous, briouates, pastilla, but above all the famous spiced desserts and the unmistakable hot mint tea.
The local specialty of Marrakech is undoubtedly the Tangia Marrakchia, particular not only for the ingredients, but also for the cooking method.
Marrakech offers accommodation for all tastes, both in the Medina and around the modern city.
The best area to stay in Marrakech is definitely the Medina area. The Medina, in fact, is the historic center of the city, and is declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the soul of the Medina is the Jemaa el Fna square.
Other recommended areas to spend your holiday in Marrakech are Mellah and Kasbah.
Mellah is an area of Marrakech recommended for travelers looking for a quiet area for their stay. Located within the walls that make up the old city, it is the area of the Jewish quarter. In addition to various attractions within easy reach, it is about 10 minutes walk from the old town, La Medina.