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If Morocco's 'pink city' has always been a travel destination on your mind and you're wondering how to maximize your visit, or perhaps you've already tasted Marrakesh and you want to travel deeper into your Marrakesh experience in this fast-evolving city and taste just some of the famous hotels and Riads, fashion houses, five-star restaurants, admire art, architecture and old world charm and chaos, please register your interest below.
Near one thousand year old red walls surround the historic Medina, with monumental gates leading through to a warren of winding alleys to vibrant souks, markets and artisan workshops selling fragrant spices, leather-ware, jewellry, Berber carpets, spices, fabrics, lamps, pottery and more. The centrepiece is Jemaa el-Fnaa, a bustling market place square that hosts storytellers, musicians and performers in what is an unforgettable nightly spectacle. The lavish El Badi, Bahia and Royal Palaces flank the kasbah, each wonderful examples of Berber design and craft. Also out here are the spectacular gardens of Yves Saint Lauren’s Jardin Majorelle. 

While getting lost among the jumble of alleys and bazaars may be an essential part of Marrakesh’s charm for many, our expert private guides can be on hand to lead you to the most authentic hidden boutiques, finest craftspeople and exciting new galleries while giving you a local’s perspective of this wonderful city.


I regularly visit Marrakesh, and from Marrakesh I travel for day trips to the majestic Atlas Mountains and to the rugged, windswept coast at Essaouira. 

In conjunction with  Luxury Tours Morocco, Julie Stafford curates a 5 nights spectacular experience in Marrakech, home of the Majorelle Gardens. If you would like to know more, please contact Julie Stafford 
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