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Marrakech welcomes visitors with open arms, following a centuries-old tradition of hospitality. This is an ancient city of swaying palm trees, graceful Berber and medieval architecture, and towering minarets - along with Art Deco villas and a glittering night life scene. A storied past meets the modern day in Marrakech, offering travelers an exciting vacation experience reflected in a range of Marrakech hotels. As a year-round destination, spring and fall are often the preferred seasons for tourist travel, offering moderate temperatures. Winter evenings can be much cooler and in the summer, daytime temperatures can be daunting. Many businesses close during the month of August to avoid the heat. Visitors are advised to bring walking shoes to explore the city's famous alleyways - which number in the thousands. Called "derbs," they meander through Marrakech and offer glimpses of the real life of this city and its people. Choosing the perfect hotel accommodation in Marrakech is easy with Venere, featuring reliable customer reviews, multiple images with various views of the rooms and property, and a wide selection of hotels to choose from.

What is Marrakech Like?

The Medina of Marrakech, which is what remains of the original city, was founded in 1070 to 1072 and has remained an influential center of commerce and culture in northern Africa and beyond during the many centuries since. Its long history is on display in the form of many stone monuments that are both impressive and beautiful, including the Koutoubiya Mosque with its 260-foot minaret, the Kasbah (an ornate fortified citadel,), the elegant ruins of Bandiâ Palace and Place Jamaâ El Fna, and a stunning open-air theater. The Majorelle Gardens, with its collection of plant life garnered from all over the globe, is a peaceful oasis of greenery in the city. When the sun is very hot, families come to the iconic Ménara, a shimmering green-tiled building surrounded by a huge ornamental lake. The Palm Grove is another must-see as an iconic symbol of this city. Travelers will find modern-day Marrakech in Guéliz, a bustling area full of world-class shopping, dining and places to linger over tea or coffee along with sleek contemporary Marrakech hotels to contrast the many historical properties. The Djemaa el-Fina is the place to be for night-time fun, including nightclubs with pulsing Berber dance music that blends the city's heritage with contemporary music.

How to Get Along with the Locals in Marrakech

In Marrakech, the best traveler's adventures begin with a stroll down one of the more than 3,000 derbs. Strangers will soon find themselves chatting, sipping tea or more with friendly local people. While the people of Marrakech are fun-loving and worldly, this is still a relatively conservative society by global standards. Travelers are advised to remember to check when Ramadan is going on, as this changes every year, and that many businesses may be closed. Local people will appreciate both sexes' keeping shoulders and knees covered. Djellabas and kaftans are the traditional dress of Morocco and protect skin from the weather - they are also a good way to blend in with the locals. The souks or open-air markets are magical places where you can find musicians, magicians, and other performers along with goods of all kinds for sale. Haggling and bargaining are an expected part of the sales process, and visitors are advised to pick their price and remain firm. Travelers are also advised to ask permission before photographing people or monuments. Choose from a broad selection of Marrakech hotels with Venere, where each hotel has been rated by real customers.

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