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The Red City picture in Marrakech
Koutoubia Mosque picture in Marrakech
Jemaa El Fna picture in Marrakech
Desert Tours picture in Marrakech
Tagines picture in Marrakech
Medina of Marrakesh picture in Marrakech
Bahia Palace picture in Marrakech
Snails picture in Marrakech
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Badi Palace picture in Marrakech
Inside the Medina picture in Marrakech
Majorelle Garden picture in Marrakech
Medersa Ben Youssef picture in Marrakech
Camel picture in Marrakech
Souks picture in Marrakech
Badi Palace Pool picture in Marrakech
Cooking Classes picture in Marrakech
Koutoubia Mosque Minaret picture in Marrakech
Berber Museum picture in Marrakech
Koutoubia Mosque Sunset picture in Marrakech
Mosaics picture in Marrakech
Ouzoud Falls picture in Marrakech
Mint Tea picture in Marrakech
Snake picture in Marrakech
Museum of Photography picture in Marrakech
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Chebakia picture in Marrakech
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Calèche picture in Marrakech
Hammams picture in Marrakech
Carvings picture in Marrakech

Marrakech's iconic red walls are the inspiration behind the city's nickname: the Red City. narvikk Getty Images

Koutoubia Mosque, which features a 253-foot-tall minaret (or tower), is the largest mosque in Marrakech. monticelllo Getty Images

The heart of the medina is Jemaa El Fna, a large square filled with food vendors, shops, fortune tellers and more. Pavliha Getty Images

One locale you can visit during a desert tour is the Ksar of Ait-Ben-Haddou, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed site that was featured in Hollywood productions like "Gladiator" and "Game of Thrones." raspu Getty Images

These ornate pots are used to slow-cook proteins and vegetables. hadynyah Getty Images

In the Medina of Marrakesh, travelers can shop for traditional items, savor authentic Moroccan cuisine and visit historic attractions like the Saadian Tombs and Koutoubia Mosque. malhrovitz Getty Images

Though the ornate Bahia Palace welcomes visitors daily, a private section of the historic residence continues to (occasionally) house members of Morocco's royal family. vale_t Getty Images

Adventurous travelers will love trying local delicacies like babbouche, snails cooked in a flavorful herb and citrus broth. Jesus Sierra Getty Images

Musicians like this one spend their days entertaining passers-by in Jemaa El Fna and along the medina's alleyways. hadynyah Getty Images

The Saadian Tombs feature two mausoleums with 66 tombs (where prominent Saadian sultans are buried), plus a garden with more than 100 tombs (which serve as the final resting place for royal wives, advisors and other noteworthy companions). jon chica parada Getty Images

Colorful, aromatic spices like saffron and tumeric are sold throughout the medina. Stefan Cristian Cioata Getty Images

Built in the late 16th century by a Saadian sultan, the Badi Palace is best known for its multiple sunken gardens and reflecting pools. Andrea Ricordi, Italy Getty Images

The medina is the oldest part of Marrakech. Half the fun of visiting this city is losing yourself in this area's narrow, salmon-hued alleys. Richmatts Getty Images

Spread across nearly 2 ½ acres, Majorelle Garden features cactuses, water lilies, bamboo trees and more. typhoonski Getty Images

The 16th-century Medersa Ben Youssef once served as the largest Islamic college in the Maghreb, a region in North Africa that includes Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Mauritania. saiko3p Getty Images

One of the most unique desert tours you can enjoy just outside the city is a camel ride. Just beware: They spit. Manuel Breva Colmeiro Getty Images

The medina's souks (markets) sell everything from authentic Moroccan dishes to ornate lamps. Chris Cross Getty Images

It's easy to unwind while exploring the Badi Palace's grounds. Didier Baertschiger Flickr

Items you may learn how to prepare during a cooking class include tagines (slow-cooked stews baked in cone-shaped earthenware pots) and salads made with courgettes (zucchini) or aubergine (eggplant). mariusz_prusaczyk Getty Images

Intricate architectural details and colorful tiles are on display on Koutoubia Mosque's minaret. Martin Child Getty Images

Though the main draw to Majorelle Garden is its stunning gardens, visitors can also check out the property's Berber Museum, which sits in a bright blue building. AlxeyPnferov Getty Images

For breathtaking sunsets, check out Koutoubia Mosque late in the day. Stephen Bridger Getty Images

By all of the Saadian Tombs' burial plots, you'll find beautiful mosaics featuring an array of colors. ClaudioBeduschi Getty Images

Head outside the city during select desert tours and you'll discover the breathtaking Ouzoud Falls, which are surrounded by olive trees AlbertoLoyo Getty Images

This sweet concoction is commonly served during local cooking classes. H.Klosowska Getty Images

Traditional services you can observe at Jemaa El Fna include snake charming and fortune telling. fotofritz16 Getty Images

Though visitors come to the Museum of Photography for its impressive photography collection, many cite its rooftop terrace (which has a cafe and panoramic city and mountain vistas) as one of its best features. saiko3p Getty Images

Some of Marrakech's tastiest dishes are served by Jemaa El Fna's vendors. Annapurna Mellor Getty Images

Lily pads float atop many of Majorelle Garden's ponds. Anuska Sampedro Getty Images

Chebakia, or fried sesame cookies, are a popular sweet treat sold in Jemaa El Fna. Microstocker1 Getty Images

Along the Badi Palace's walls, you'll notice several original wooden doors. korinoxe Getty Images

You'll find vivid tiles and stained-glass windows throughout the Bahia Palace. Marc_Canela Getty Images

If your feet are feeling sore, hop in a green calèche (horse-drawn carriage) to get between the medina's sights. TinasDreamworld Getty Images

You'll find a plethora of hammams throughout Marrakech, but one of the city's most well-known is Les Bains de Marrakech by the Badi Palace. YOSHIHIRO TAKADA/a.collectionRF Getty Images

Though you'll be tempted to focus your attention on the Saadian Tombs' mosaics, don't forget to look up to see the property's beautiful carvings. IVANVIEITO Getty Images

The Red City picture in Marrakech
Koutoubia Mosque picture in Marrakech
Jemaa El Fna picture in Marrakech
Desert Tours picture in Marrakech
Tagines picture in Marrakech
Medina of Marrakesh picture in Marrakech
Bahia Palace picture in Marrakech
Snails picture in Marrakech
Moroccan Musician picture in Marrakech
Saadian Tombs picture in Marrakech
Spices picture in Marrakech
Badi Palace picture in Marrakech
Inside the Medina picture in Marrakech
Majorelle Garden picture in Marrakech
Medersa Ben Youssef picture in Marrakech
Camel picture in Marrakech
Souks picture in Marrakech
Badi Palace Pool picture in Marrakech
Cooking Classes picture in Marrakech
Koutoubia Mosque Minaret picture in Marrakech
Berber Museum picture in Marrakech
Koutoubia Mosque Sunset picture in Marrakech
Mosaics picture in Marrakech
Ouzoud Falls picture in Marrakech
Mint Tea picture in Marrakech
Snake picture in Marrakech
Museum of Photography picture in Marrakech
Street Food picture in Marrakech
Pond picture in Marrakech
Chebakia picture in Marrakech
Badi Palace Doors picture in Marrakech
Bahia Palace Window picture in Marrakech
Calèche picture in Marrakech
Hammams picture in Marrakech
Carvings picture in Marrakech

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