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Discover Marrakech in complete freedom


Welcome to the heart of the ancient Islamic capital, Marrakech. This Moroccan city is more than a tourist destination, it makes its visitors dream and takes them on a journey worthy of a fairy tale. During a stay in Morocco, this locality alone deserves a visit in its own right, and this, during only one day thanks to the rental of a car. This means of travel allows, in fact, adventure and discovery enthusiasts to browse the most important places of the medina such as that of Djemaa El-Fna. Then, the visit of the souks also guarantees an exceptional enthusiasm because of the atmosphere which reigns on these colorful markets. By the way, tourists will not fail to set foot in the Grand Souk called Rahba Kedima, the ideal place to buy spices such as cumin, cinnamon or saffron.

An unforgettable trip to the Koutoubia Mosque and its gardens


After strolling around Djemaa El-Fna square, a short detour to the Koutoubia Mosque is a must during this adventure in Africa . It is the largest mosque in Marrakech and its minaret was completed during the reign of the Almohad Caliph Yaqub Al-Mansur. Its name comes from the Arabic al-Koutoubiyyin which literally means librarians, as it was surrounded by sellers of manuscripts. In order to broaden the discovery around this famous monument of Muslim architecture, adventurers have several options to have fun. For example, they can opt for a walk with friends or family to discover the unmissable sites of the city, or they can go to unsuspected places thanks to the various car rental services.


The Saadian tombs, an exceptional place that is worth the detour


Built during the time of Sultan Ahmed Al-Mansour (1578-1603), the Saadian tombs are among the main tourist attractions of the city of Marrakech that can be visited during the rental of a vehicle. The discovery of these tombs did not date until 1917 and they were the subject of a restoration following the initiative of the Department of Fine Arts. The beauty of their decorations have enabled them to be the major attraction for tourists to Marrakech. By way of information, we conceal inside the mausoleum about 60 tombs of members of the Saadi dynasty from the Drâa valley. In addition, there are other interesting things there such as the room of the twelve columns, the garden of the necropolis or the graves of the soldiers.