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Marrakesh (RAK), the Pearl of the South, has always enchanted people from all over the world. The atmosphere of 1001 Nights pervades the streets and narrow alleyways. Visitors will find handmade pots, candlesticks, teapots and all kinds of souvenirs in the souks, the little traditional markets. You should also enjoy the sweet treats sold in the souks, such as choux pastries, date tartlets or refreshing peppermint tea. In the Donuar Laaskar district, about five kilometers from the city center, you'll find the camel market. This is where the region's farmers sell donkeys, horses and camels. The Dar Si Said Museum exhibits crafts from Marrakesh and the surrounding villages. Marrakesh (RAK) Airport is best reached by taxi.
Book Marrakesh (RAK) flights now and spend a vacation immersed in the atmosphere of 1001 Nights. Fall in love with the Pearl of the South, visit the many souks, the city's small traditional markets. The aromas of the spice stalls and the vivid colors of the fabric merchants will draw you into the magic of Marrakesh. This is where you'll also find handmade teapots, small vessels and all kinds of crafts. Dive into the tradition of the Orient and enjoy a cup of sweet peppermint tea with a delicious choux pastry or date tartlet.
Marrakesh is of course also home to many other attractions. In addition to the many mosques, there is also a camel market in the Donuar Lasskar district. Around five kilometers outside of the city, the region's farmers sell not only camels, but also donkeys and horses. The Saadian Tombs were only discovered in the 70s and are the resting place of four sultans and about 60 of their relatives. Moroccan arts are exhibited in the Dar Si Said Museum. Book your Marrakesh (RAK) flights now and visit other interesting attractions, such as the Menara Gardens, the Bahia Palace, the Jardins de l'Agdal or the Jardin Majorelle.