A Long Weekend in Marrakech

Morocco, Marrakech Guide (B): A Long Weekend in Marrakech

My first beautiful visit to Marrakech, between confidences, mint tea, colorful slippers and embracing atmosphere…

In the life of each of us there are important anniversaries, which bind us to special people. My special person is Emilie. Our professional decisions over the years have put hundreds of kilometers between us and many months of physical distance every year, but we try not to miss the appointment with “our anniversary” in late October.

For many years we met in different places, combining business needs, desire to discover or the mood of the moment. The desire to discover certain atmosphere was exactly what brought us to Marrakech, the Red City.

Marrakech is the most important of the imperial cities. Founded in the eleventh century, it was influenced by the Andalusian style, visible for example in the sandstone walls that surround it and palaces looking like those of Arabian Nights and the embracing atmospheres. Ideal to meet a good friend on the picturesque rooftop terrace of a riad, in between cushions, mint tea, some traditional sweets and rivers of words … ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: A Long Weekend in Marrakech
Guide Location: Morocco » Marrakech
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Medina   Jemaa-el-Fna square   Koutoubia   Palace Dar Si Said   Palais Bahia   Mellah   Tombs Saidiane   Majestic Palais El Badi   Medersa Ben Youssef   Gueliz   Cafe des Epices   Kasbah Cafe   Terrasse des Epices  
Author: Silvia Moggia
Read it on author's website: https://silvias-trips.com/marrakech/