Sunday, 16 December 2018

Postcards from Marrakech.

It's rare that I publish a blog post so light on content, but Marrakech was so beautiful I feel it's one of those places where the photos should do all the talking. So, in a very unusual style, here is a little 'Postcards from Marrakech' post with a few pretty photos from this stunning Moroccan city and the most photogenic places in the city. 

Postcards from Marrakech - most photogenic places

Jardin Majorelle

Jardin Majorelle is the botanical garden and Cubist-style villa owned by Yves Saint-Laurent from 1980-2008. His ashes are scattered in the garden, so the gardens are a must-visit for any fashion-lover.

The Medina

Marrakech's Medina is the walled old city. Filled with the souks, wooden doorways, and narrow passageways and roads for wandering aimlessly and getting lost amongst the history and pink and ochre walls. 

Bahia Palace

Just a short walk from our hotel, La Sultana, is the Bahia Palace. It's very cheap to enter and well worth the small cost! The palace is filled with intricate woodwork, colourful tiles, and courtyards filled with fountains and foliage.

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