We spent a long weekend in Marrakech back in December and it was an interesting experience for us, our first country in Africa, so there was a lot to learn and unexpected things.

See a recap of all posts written about Marrakech:

Travel to Marrakech: where to start

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Marrakech Lonely Planet Guide

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6 First impressions on Marrakech

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What to see in Marrakech


Chic Majorelle Gardens in Marrakech

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What to eat in Marrakech

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Hostels for couples? Equity Point at Marrakech

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