Quite enjoyable but the thongs of tourists dull the experience. Would love to see this place on a quiet day.
About Jardin Majorelle
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Visited here on a brief trip to Marakech, apparently created by French painter Jacques Majorelle (1886-1962) Beautiful ponds filled with water lilies and lotus flowers; and you can hear the chirping of numerous birds. Amongst the twisting paths are Moorish buildings painted in startling bright...More
The garden was worth seeing. The only negative is the large number of people waiting to get in. The Berba Museum was nice but you could not take pictures.
Our driver took us to this garden which was full of mostly cacti and bamboo. There were no colored flowers. It was pretty but not worth the 100 dirhams entrance fee (with Berber Museum). Also the garden had employees that insisted on taking your photo...More
We visited this private garden during December. We have found it very interesting not only because of the different plans (it is NOT a botanic garden), but because harmony that there is inside. Plants, paths and buildings are very well integrated among them. Maybe the...More
We visited the garden during a city tour. It is definitely an oasis in the middle of Marrakech. We enjoyed the story of how the garden had been neglected for almost 20 years when Yves Saint Laurent purchased and restored the property. There is a...More