A historic city
Founded in the 11th century, the Medina of Marrakech has survived through the ages and now covers some 600 hectares. The Medina has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1985 because it contains many fascinating monuments. As you stroll through the ochre city, you can see the El Mansour mosque or "mosque with golden apples", the Ben Youssef medersa, a true Arab-Andalusian architectural masterpiece, or the Koutoubia mosque, an emblematic religious building in Marrakech.
A neighbourhood under constant change
In the past, the Medina of Marrakech was divided into two distinct areas: the royal palace, the mosques and their surroundings where the wealthiest populations gathered, and tanneries and other small local businesses for the less well-off inhabitants. A social distinction that has been reduced over time. Only a few wealthier areas remain to accommodate wealthy tourists. The historic city is indeed very coveted by travellers from all over the world in search of discovery and a change of scenery. Between museums
, souks, fountains, mosques, etc... The Medina of Marrakech is a real cultural centre. So don't wait any longer, come and live unique and authentic experiences in this historic district full of enchanting colours and scents. A city that will leave you stunned!