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Although this palace is all ruins it is still attractive. Would recommend going early in the morning or later in the afternoon as most of it is outdoors so it can get very hot. Lovely view from the terrace.
This must have been an amazingly beautiful palace! Unfortunately, when the new dynasty came in place they teared down all what the previous one build. The mosaics were stripped off the walls and used in Meknes. This place can still give you a hint of...More
When you get tired of walking the souqs, this is a great place to visit. It wasn’t very busy, and it was interesting to learn a little bit about this great city. A visit to Marrakech wouldn’t be complete without a stop here!
It's not super fantastic. I imagine it would be really grand in the old days. First of all, I realised that for all heritage sites, foreigners pay 70dhm. We entered at about 4pm. The place is really big. I thought 1 hour will be enough....More
Its a wonderful place to see old ruins. Not so wonderful if its blistering hot outside. My main piece of advice for visiting this palace out of the many palaces Marrakech has to offer is, put this one last on the this. Unlike the others,...More
Please be aware that if you do not travel in a group, the entry price for foreign adults is 70 Dirham (7$). The palace itself is huge and you can spend around an hour there walking around. It‘s just a bit sad that the renovations...More