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Located in Northern Africa, Marrakech is a city quite like no other, one of the most evocative places in the world, and one we hold very near to our hearts as the home of BomBom.
The city has won the hearts of some of the greats, including Yves Saint Laurent and The Rolling Stones. Marrakech is irrefutably captivating, a sensory overload of smells, sounds, vibrant colours and sights. The souks of Marrakech are a necessity for first-time travellers to the city, however, prepare to get lost in this 19-kilometre labyrinth of tiny walkways. The shaded souks are a whirlwind of colour and noise where people weave between packed stalls of brightly coloured spices, hanging Berber rugs, lanterns and jewels.
There is so much to marvel at in Marrakech; the architecture, exquisite gardens, intricately carved archways, tiled courtyards and ornate mosques; a city so full of culture and excitement.
What makes this city so interesting is the way this 1000-year-old market town combines ancient simplicities with 21st-century modernism. Marrakech has become somewhat of a luxurious and fashionable place to visit, with luxury hotels, dynamic restaurants and fashion boutiques a-plenty.
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“This villa is truly the epitome of luxury” – Harper’s Bazaar.El Fenn, located within a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of the world-famous souks and the Djemaa el Fna square. Despite El Fenn’s proximity to the bustling hub of Marrakech, the hotel oozes calm and relaxation. With an on-site spa, three swimming pools and a spectacular rooftop there’s nowhere better to stay in Marrakech.
Dar Yacout. If you’re looking to immerse yourself in true Moroccan dining, Dar Yacout is the place to go. Dar Yacout has become somewhat of a landmark of Marrakech due to its enchanting décor, breath-taking views over the Medina and excellent service. The restaurant serves highly traditional Moroccan cuisine like no other.
NOMAD is the perfect lunch spot for those needing to refuel from the chaos of the souks. The menu at NOMAD consists of modern Moroccan cuisine with an emphasis on fresh and local produce. Enjoy on the top terrace alongside stunning views of the Medina and the Atlas Mountains.
34 Rue de la Liberté Scenes de Lin use traditional artisanal methods to create all their home furniture and accessories and even offer customised interiors to create bespoke pieces. For 17 years their promise has remained the same; “timeless lines – artisanal manufacturing”.
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Original post by BomBom Morocco can be read at https://bombommorocco.com/blogs/news/a-trip-to-marrakech.