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The Weather in Marrakesh
Check out the climate diagram for Marrakesh. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 6° in Marrakesh in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is June.
Explore the heart of Morocco at a Marrakech holiday letting
Morocco's largest city, Marrakech, is a melting pot of cultures and people. A holiday letting in Marrakech will put you at the centre of the action, and you can set out and explore the souks, mosques, tanneries, and restaurants of this North African gem.
Food and drink in Marrakech
Moroccan food is known for its use of spices and fusion of sweet and savoury. Common flavours found in local dishes include cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg – dig into a hearty tagine to introduce your palate to all these delectable spices. One of the most interesting places to eat at is Djemaa El-Fna. The evenings see the square lined with stalls selling everything from roasted meats to sweet pastries filled with pistachio.
Visit Cafe Alhamra, above the square, to sit with a coffee throughout the day or dine on lamb tagine by night. There are multiple street food vendors offering local food at a reasonable price. If you prefer to dine in a restaurant, try Chez El Bahia or vegan-friendly Earth Café.
Art and culture in Marrakech
Marrakech, one of Africa's most vibrant cities, gives visitors the opportunity to explore some of the continent's best architecture, art, and history. In the evening, head out from your Marrakesh apartment and immerse yourself in the performances and charms of the city's main square, Djemaa El-Fna. The cavernous souks of the old medina are as enchanting as they are beguiling – explore at your leisure while buying trinkets and art from the local stalls.
The Koutoubia Mosque and the Ben Youssef Mosque are two fantastically impressive structures. Though non-Muslins are not allowed to enter, they're stunningly lit from the outside. Also, the Dar Si Said Museum gives an excellent introduction to the history of the country.
Getting out of Marrakech
A trip to the African desert is a must when staying in Marrakesh accommodations. Excursions to the Erg Chebbi or Erg Chegaga dunes can easily be arranged while in the city, or you can reach them by rental car. While the drive will take several hours, there are plenty of sites to see along the way, including Merzouga and Tineghir. If you're looking to escape the bustle of the city briefly, you could also head to Palmeraie for some rest and relaxation.
Morocco is famed for its Berber people and a trip to the Atlas Mountains to visit the locals can be easily arranged. You can reach the mountain villages by public transport or by joining a group tour. Whereas the stunning scenery is wondrous to behold, be sure to bring some extra clothing, as the high altitude means it can be significantly cooler.
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