4 night Marrakech Riad Break

Short break in the exciting medina of Marrakech staying in one of our delightful riads.

The ideal way to enjoy Marrakech's wild and exciting medina streets, souks and incredible cuisine is to stay in a lovely riad in the heart of the old city itself.  Enjoy a private guided tour of the city's most interesting sites and of course delight in a culinary paradise of wonderful Moroccan food.

Day 1

Day 2

Breakfast at the riad and time to relax on the roof terrace before meeting your private guide who will take you on a 3 hour walking tour of some of Marrakech’s best monuments and places of interest. Lunch and then time to enjoy and explore the streets or shops. Dinner at the riad or one of the many fantastic restaurants around the city.

Day 3

A day to either explore the city or enjoy the pool. Perhaps a hammam (traditional steam bath with scrubbing and massage)?

Day 4

Private tour of the Ouirgane valley with lunch at a local restaurant (not included). Go for a walk in the stunning Atlas mountains and visit Asni on the way through the hills. Berber market on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Day 5

Private transfer to the airport for your flight back home.

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