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about an hour will cover all to see nicely. well preserved. tile exquisite. camera a must. saw in apr 2016. toured in afternoon. carry water.
Also known as Palacio da Bahia (Arabic: قصر الباهية), which means “brilliance,” this historic site can be summarized in a single word… Palatial. My only regret is that our tour group of 35 had only two hours to explore this vast complex. The palace and 2-acre gardens opening to…
This palace has remarkable tiled rooms and painted ceilings and a lot of rooms to explore. We didn't have a guide, which I think would have made the visit more informative for us. But even without a guide, the palace is gorgeous.
This place is very beautiful. Smaller in height than expected but vast in surface with beautiful walls, ceilings and floors. Just looking at makes you stand in awe. Come here early to enjoy the sight without too much of a crowd. Cause it can get very crowded here. Still a place…
We were fortunate to see tile workers working on restorations while we were here. Don't linger, there's plenty to see in Marrakech - but well worth admission