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It was built in the late 19th century, intended to be the greatest palace of its time. Set up at the end of the 19th century by Si Moussa, grand vizier of the sultan, for his personal use, this palace would bear the name of...More
this could be made really good if there were some explanations/ plaques showing the history and some of its residents.
the Moroccan architecture works well as its very cool until you get to the open expanse of the main courtyard.
the main courtyard has this...More
Is a beautiful place, but i mean, you only pay to see the floor, the silling and the wall, i was expecting more history and culture in that place, i know that some doors hide some secrets like very old telephones and elevator, and would...More
Beautiful palace--incredible artistry! Few/far-between signage (which was only in French and Arabic) limited what we could get our of the experience other than visual awe. Would still recommend to English-speakers-- the artistry speaks for itself.
Of course you have to visit it and see the Bahia when in Marrakech. But honestly: 30mins are totally enough so try to go when they at the edge to close (at 4.30pm). Otherwise it is totally crowded - really, not a little bit -...More
For £7 you can step away from the busy streets and spend a couple of hours in this beautiful palace and gardens.
The tiles and decoration of the palace are stunning, and the gardens offer a welcome and cooling retreat from the hot Moroccan sun....More
Wonderful mosaics and decorated ceilings, a very large and grand palace, but very over run with tourists, difficult to appreciate what should be the peace & calm inside the walls. Worth a visit for the mosaics