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Keyhole doorways, North African wall tiles and flickering candle lanterns casting moody shadows: Marrakech hits all the classic Moroccan design buttons yet manages to feel light, elegant and contemporary. The kitchen embraces a similar approach by dishing up modern spins on such signature dishes...
Moroccan-themed bar-club with octagonal tables and low, cushion-seated alcoves around a small, pulsating dance floor.
Ride rapids, swim with sharks, and trek to distant peaks.
In for the long haul? Start stuffing that backpack.
Learn how to weather the winter in style.
Broaden your horizons by travelling as a family.
Spread your wings and explore the animal kingdom.
...y are places of repose and reflection, but also somewhere heaven meets earth, where humans may encounter the divine. The idea of the Moorish garden In Morocco, and especially somewhere like Marrakech, which sits on the divide between the desert and the sown, it is easy to understand the appeal of the Moorish garden. The Moorish garden usually has orange trees, flowers and a water featur...
Maybe the rumours are true of a curse on the Mnebhi Palace, now home to Musée de Marrakech. Its low walls and inner courtyard left no place to hide for Mehdi Mnebhi, defence minister during Sultan Moulay Abdelaziz’s troubled 1894–1908 reign. While Minister Mnebhi was away receivi...
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