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A Camera Floating Among The Crowd. Walking Around The Modern Area of Marrakech Gueliz in 4K by Wanna Walk.

A real traveler needs a holistic view of a city so in sharp contrast to the Marrakech medina area, Gueliz it's a must see to get a better idea of how Morocco's really is. This is where the modern Morocco citizens like spend time. As you may know, there are two very distinctive areas in Marrakesh: one is the Old Medina (old city) and the new Marrakesh, which is a kinda European style district called Ville Nouvelle or Gueliz. If you wanna walk, everything can be seen on foot but a GPS is key.

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It was an a surprise to find the modern part of Marrakech because it linked modernity with tradition. Beautiful buildings respecting Arabic architecture painted with Marroquin traditional colors, shapes, balconies (re-inventing the Jewish characteristic of the Medina), etc.
Large avenues, gardens full of beautiful and exotic plants, flowers and trees, imposing squares, lovely fountains but above all a very cosmopolitan atmosphere. If you know other Moroccan towns or even other African towns, you will be positively surprised by the organization, cleanness, security and diversity of Marrakech

Ville Nouvelle or Gueliz it's the complete opposite to old Marrakech in terms of what the people are like, how they dress, food that's eaten and atmosphere. Worth a visit just to see a new angle. The heart of the new part of Marrakech, the Gueliz region offers an alternative vibe to the traditional and relaxed old medina atmosphere. Here we explore the most unmissable activities in this Moroccan area.

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I must say that this it's not the best of places to go to in Marrakech if you only want to know the tradicional old culture but, after a few days, the Marrakech Old Medina may overwhelm you. Yes, it's beautiful and nostalgic and there are tons of things to see and but, you may need a break. Who doesn't? This area its just a few minutes away the Medina Souks and it's more relaxed. You will find a more western style of life with coffee stores and shops. Most people speak English, French, Spanish and of course, Arabic. This is the place where you find essentials things like water, groceries, SIM cards, Zara Store, H&M, Starbucks and even Mcdonalds. Although Gueliz its modern and cosmopolitan, you feel you still in Africa. Very modern buildings, nice shops and restaurants, very lively neighbourhood.

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This area it's completely different from the Medina and closer to the feeling of big cities around the world. Interesting to see how Moroccan culture applies to a modern environment. Give yourself a pause from these chaotic narrow streets and dust from the Old Medina. Jemaa el Fna is not far from Gueliz. You can just walk, it's close and pretty safe. Anyway a 5 euro taxi can ride you there. New town is part of the Marrakech culture too and you'll be close to the action and culture.

How do you say it: Marrakech or Marrakesh? Don’t worry, both are okay! Marrakech Morocco in 4K by Wanna Walk - The common English spelling is Marrakesh and Marrakech in French is also widely used. I was told that the name Marrakech comes from the words amur kush which means The Land of God. This is the third largest city in Morocco with less population than Casablanca and Fez. The city lies near of the Atlas Mountains and it's pretty close to the Sahara Desert. Be sure to also visit the square of Jemaa El-Fna is very popular, in particular in the Marrakech's night. Lovely atmosphere at night in Gueliz, vibrant and safe. Much more fun to stay in Gueliz and then dip in and out of the medina.

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The markets of Marrakech (Souks or suuqs) close to Place Djemaa El-Fna offers almost anything, from souvenirs to spices, tea pots, tanginess, shoes, and much more. Being a foreigner means you'll pay more. The Koutoubia Mosque is right besides Djemaa El-Fna. The minaret of the mosque very popular and visible from almost all the city. As with most mosques in Morocco, non-Muslims are not allowed inside.

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A Camera Floating Among The Crowd. Walking Around Marrakech, Souks in Old Medina, Morocco in 4K by Wanna Walk. So, how do you say it: Marrakech or Marrakesh? Don’t worry, both are okay!

The common English spelling is Marrakesh and Marrakech in French is also widely used. I was told that the name Marrakech comes from the words amur kush which means The Land of God. This is the third largest city in Morocco with less population than Casablanca and Fez. The city lies near of the Atlas Mountains and it's pretty close to the Sahara Desert.

There are two very distinctive areas in Marrakesh: one is the Old Medina (old city) and the new Marrakesh, which is a kinda European style district called Ville Nouvelle or Gueliz. If you wanna walk, everything in the Old Medina can be seen on foot. A GPS is key because it's a laberintic area and you may not want to constantly ask for help to locals.

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This is a new Wanna Walk tour in North Africa! The Medina is the old, historic district of Marrakech and the main square in the Medina is Djemaa El-Fna, surrounded by endless labyrinths of souks covering all of the Medina.

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At night this area gets crowded as people navigate toward the exotic aromas and sights where exotic and hypnotic music appears louder too. There are many things to see and do in Marrakech. Walking around the souks will take you many hours as well as several historical and architectural places and some interesting museums.

What is Jemaa el-Fnaa? It’s a very popular square market in Marrakesh, medina quarter, Morocco. Also called Jemaa el-Fnaa (Arabic: ساحة جامع الفناء and Jemaa el-Fna, Djema el-Fna or Djemaa el-Fnaa) square and market.

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What to see? The square of Djemaa El-Fna is very popular, in particular in the Marrakech's night. This place offers musicians, story tellers, drum beats, food, fruit juices, things like that. There are also some insisting Arab women wanting to give you a henna tattoo. I strongly recommend to totally ignore anyone who offers you something like a photo with a poor monkey or a snake over your shoulder.

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The markets of Marrakech (Souks or suuqs) close to Place Djemaa El-Fna offers almost anything, from souvenirs to spices, tea pots, tanginess, shoes, and much more. Being a foreigner means you'll pay more. The Koutoubia Mosque is right besides Djemaa El-Fna. The minaret of the mosque very popular and visible from almost all the city. As with most mosques in Morocco, non-Muslims are not allowed inside.

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Be sure to visit some Riad. This is a Moroccan house with an internal courtyard and all windows are facing the central atrium. This design is classic in the Islamic tradition. Riads are great places to stay and offer an intimate and relaxing.

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Marrakech Holiday (City Tour with an Expert Guide) Vlog 2

This is day 2 of our Marrakech Holiday (February 17-21,2017). Walking city tour starting from our hotel the Le Meridien N'Fis to the Medina or the Old Town. We visited the key sites like the Marrakech Museum, Medersa Ben Youssef, Djemma El Fna, the Souks and the artisans plus shopping. We had tea break and lunch at the Nomad and Kui-Zin. We missed the El Balia Palace because we were carried away with our Souk shopping. But we hope to come back next year.Thanks to our tour guide Mr. Khalid Amor. He is very informative and a very nice gentleman. We highly recommend him if you are looking for a travel guide.

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Walking in The Medina in Marrakech (no commentary)

We enjoyed a great four days exploring Marrakech, Morocco this week and the most exciting and fun part was exploring the medina or market area. Here is just five minutes of walking through the Medina in Marrakech. No commentary, just so you can see a bit of the fun, the colors, the sights of Marrakech.
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The famous Jamaa El Fna square in marrakech offers so much to do and see. never a dull moment and is definitely a must see for avid travellers.

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Marrakech : Best tourist destination in Morocco - Meilleure destination au Maroc
Marrakech: Best tourist destination in Morocco - Meilleure destination au Maroc

Marrakech, surnommée la Ville rouge ou Ville ocre, est une ville du Maroc, dans l'intérieur des terres, au pied des montagnes de l'Atlas. Elle est la Meilleure destination touristique au Maroc, et oui elle numéro un avant meme de la ville de agadir.
Marrakech est réputée pour ses étés très chauds. Le ciel y est constamment bleu et n’espérez pas que les nuages puissent cacher le soleil ! C’est pourquoi la Palmeraie connaît un grand succès l’été. En effet, c’est le seul oasis de fraîcheur de la ville. La météo à Marrakech est très agréable.
Concernant la météo à Marrakech en hiver, les matins sont assez frais. A midi, les températures montent jusque 22°C pour ensuite diminuer assez rapidement en fin de journée. Cela fait plusieurs hivers que nous constatons jusque 25 °C à Noël ou Nouvel an. Cette année encore nous attendons 20°C pour Noël à Marrakech. En hiver la lumière est intense et on se réjouit chaque jour des tempêtes de ciel bleu.
Si l’envie vous prend de découvrir Marrakech en hiver, pensez à vous couvrir,car les soirées sont fraiches et l’écart de température entre le jour et la nuit est assez conséquent.La météo à Marrakech reste cependant supportable et ne descend que très rarement sous les 0°C la nuit.
Le très bon moment pour visiter Marrakech est le printemps car les températures y sont agréables tout au long de la journée et la météo à Marrakech y est donc très clémente. Vers midi,les températures oscillent entre 22°C et 30°C.
L’été, pour la météo à Marrakech, le climat est très doux et agréable le matin et en soirée.En revanche à partir de midi, il est courant de voir les températures atteindre 40,45°C. Les après-midi sont chaudes mais supportables surtout si vous avez une piscine et des climatiseurs dans votre maison. Pensez à vous reposer après 14 heures, pour profiter pleinement des longues soirées d'été à Marrakech.
La météo à Marrakech en automne est sensiblement la même qu’au printemps.
Alors qu'attendez vous, veuillez acheter votre ticket d'apres l'agence royal air maroc qui est la principale compagnie aérienne marocaine et africaine avec EgyptAir, Ethiopian Airlines et la South African Airways, et soyez le bienvenue à Marrakech.

Marrakesh or Marrakech, is a major city in the northwest African nation of Morocco. It is the fourth largest city in the country after Casablanca, Rabat and Fes, and is the capital of the mid-southwestern region of Marrakesh-Tensift-El Haouz. Located to the north of the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, by road Marrakesh is located 580 km (360 mi) southwest of Tangier, 327 km (203 mi) southwest of the Moroccan capital of Rabat, 239 km (149 mi) south of Casablanca, and 246 km (153 mi) northeast of Agadir.
Weather in Marrakech : March sees temperatures continue to rise in Marrakesh and the weather is mild enough to enjoy everything the city has to offer in comfort. It is still not quite the busy tourist season but the weather will be a welcome reprieve from rainy March in northern Europe.
The temperature in Marrakesh in March has a reasonable range from 11 degrees Celsius up to 23 degrees. The average of these temperatures to expect on any given day is 17 degrees. Due to the considerable swing in temperatures, it is best to pack layers when traveling to this landlocked city. Nights can be quite chilly but days will feel like mid-summer in northern Europe. The average hours of sunshine that bask the area grow to twelve per day. And the region only sees around 40 millimetres of precipitation throughout the month of March but it falls primarily over the course of six days.
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Morocco: Walking in Souk, Marrakech モロッコ:マラケシュのスークを歩く

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Exploring Marrakesh, Morocco: Walking to the Main Square

Walking from my riad (guesthouse) where I'm staying in Marrakesh, Morocco to nearby Jemaa El Fna, the main square in Marrakesh.
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Going DEEP For Street Food in Morocco - BREAKFAST Tour of Marrakech!

Today, we're GOING DEEP for a FULL-on Street Food BREAKFAST Adventure of Marrakech, Morocco! Moroccan Street Food is some of the BEST in the WORLD, and today, we're going bright and early for a TASTY breakfast tour of Downtown Marrakech, trying a ton of delicious Moroccan street food for breakfast!

In Marrakech, there is a ton of amazing street food on every street corner. We travelled to Morocco solely to eat, and chose Marrakech because we heard the food is amazing and that the people are friendly. When we arrived, we started to explore the souq alleyways near Jama El Fna square in downtown Marrakech. What you can find in the souqs will blow you away. There is so many different Moroccan street foods to try. We quickly discovered that Morocco has some of the best street food in the world. So tasty!

First up, we found a friendly Bissara soup vendor who let us film this street food vlog and was happy to serve us. The Bissara soup is a fava bean aka broadbean soup served with bread for breakfast. It was scooped out of a big pot and served by bowl to all the hungry locals. This man was definitely a character, and super friendly too. He gave all the local Moroccans a free bowl if they couldn't afford it.

Next, we went for another local street food in Morocco, the Hassowa. It was a super strong, almost spicy soup made from oregano and semolina. The man who served this street food in Marrakech had served this for 16 years in the streets of the old Medina in Marrakech.

After this, we went for more Moroccan breakfast and ordered a Msemen moroccan flatbread. It was served with a ton of butter and honey and was super oily yet crispy at the same time. The lady who cooked it was also very friendly and was making a ton of the msemen for the hungry locals!

For our next breakfast meal, we enjoyed a truly classic Moroccan breakfast street food, the Khlea. The Khlea is a moroccan omelette made with 2 or 3 eggs and a few slices of Khlea preserved beef with smen moroccan preserved butter. It was super heavy and a little salty from the butter and beef.

And for our final meal, while not quite breakfast, was a Moroccan tajine made with beef and carrots and potato and zuchinni, found right on the street!

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1) Bissara soup vendor: Bab doukkala area of Marrakech. You can find a ton of guys around the wall in the morning selling it.

2) Hassowa soup vendor: Near the Jama El Fna square of old Marrakech. This one was just a lucky find, you gotta go deep into the alleyways to find stuff like this.

3) Msemen Moroccan flatbread. You can find this one again in the back alleyways. Right behind the olive guys at the back of the Jama El Fna square in the morning for breakfast.

4) Khlea egg omelette with preserved beef and smen butter. We found this one at a local cafe called Zeitoun Cafe AKA the olive cafe in the Medina of Marrakech.. I must admit it was a little tourist and maybe less DEEP than other places, but the omelette was nice and tasty.

5) Delicious Moroccan Tajine DEEP in the streets. This one was also near the Bab doukkala area of Marrakech. You can find a street full of restaurants selling everything from these tajines to grilled BBQ fish and more. It was amazing!

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Take a walking tour in Marrakech, Morocco, one of the beautiful and fascinating destinations in the world
This is a guided tour of around 3 hours 30 that can help you to orientate yourself as well as to get some ideas for the way you can pass your journey in marrakech.
visit some of marrakech’s renowned monuments and places.(the bahia palace, the koutoubia mosque, the The twists and turns of the streets of the medina, the souks etc).
You could include a moroccan mint tea or a freshly squeezed orange jus(included in the price) at jamaa elfna, plus a stroll there to see the snake charmers the story tellers and the other street perfomers.

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On this trip you’ll be heading to Marrakech, the heart of Morocco, where spices linger in the market air, the sun sets on street performers, and the senses are treated to a whirlwind of sights and sounds. Discover life in the sprawling medina or get lost in the alleyways towards the souqs. Marvel at the tilework found in the royal Bahia Palace and Dar Si Said or learn how ancient traditions are woven into the fabric of Marrakech; there’s more than one way to fall in love with this cosmopolitan city.

Morocco is a North African country renowned for diversity, and this is one of the things that make it such a fascinating destination to visit. It’s a place where one will find many cultural influences, and the landscape offers visitors a chance to experience the ocean, Atlas Mountain peaks and the Sahara Desert all in one go. You might be travelling to one country, but in Morocco, there is a whole world to explore.

In Essaouira discover how coastal winds and different tribes can shape a port city. It’s a melting pot with Arab, Berber and European influences. While the sea attracts windsurfers, culture vultures flock to the medina’s alleyways for galleries and a spot of people watching. The vibrancy found in the country’s cities is matched by life in the Middle Atlas Mountains, where visitors can swap people watching and fortified walls for hiking, folk music and stargazing.

Observe nomadic shepherds, hike through limestone river canyons, enjoy impressive views and Berber hospitality and warmth as you make Midelt your basecamp for the Middle Atlas Mountains. As the sun goes down on the soaring peaks, the stars will light up the skies.

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World Trip Morocco CASABLANCA

Its full of original sounds and atmosphere from 2012.10.9 CASABLANCA CITY.
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BOOKER TRAVELS - Morocco: Marrakech Red City

Marrakech is the fourth largest city in Morocco, and the most important of the former imperial cities. In this episode Booker visits the famous Koutoubia Mosque and a medina for shopping, trying new foods and discovering things beyond his imagination.


Pigeons du Sable | SONG: Marhba

Momma mint Dendenni & Seddoum ould Bowba Jiddou | SONG: Vol 2, Side 1

Lahbib Boutaxi | SONG: track 3

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Rdj2 | SONG: Ghostwriter

Oum | SONG: Marrakech



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