Very nice apartment for rent, with an area of 75 m², fully furnished, high standard and air conditioned.
It consists of a large living room, a master bedroom, a bathroom, plasma TV, a balcony, a fully equipped kitchen.
The apartment is on the first floor of a building of 3 floors.
Founded in 1070–72 by the Almoravids, Marrakesh remained a political, economic and cultural centre for a long period. Its influence was felt throughout the western Muslim world, from North Africa to Andalusia. It has several impressive monuments dating from that period: the Koutoubia Mosque, the Kasbah, the battlements, monumental doors, gardens, etc. Later architectural jewels include the Bandiâ Palace, the Ben Youssef Madrasa, the Saadian Tombs, several great residences and Place Jamaâ El Fna, a veritable open-air theatre.
Ever since it was a trading and resting place on the crossroads of ancient caravan routes from romantic places like Timbuktu, Marrakech or the ‘jewel of the south’ has been a symbol of importance as the centre of Morocco. The ‘heartbeat’ of Morocco and now a popular holiday destination, Marrakesh can confound the unsuspecting holiday maker with it’s mind-boggling distractions and labyrinthine alleyways! There is nothing predictable in Marrakech and the tourist should be prepared to be waylaid by snake charmers, out-of-control donkey carts, trendy silver leather poufs and ancient Berber cures for everything from relationships to how to pay for your holiday rental accommodation!! Head into Marrakech maze of covered market streets and let these ‘souks’ take you along enjoying castanet-clanging water-sellers and turbaned potion-sellers until you emerge some hours later, a lost but triumphant holiday maker! There is no shortage of choice of accommodation in Marrakesh and you will find a wide variety places to stay, in an apartment, within a short distance of the fun in the centre of this exuberant city.
Marrakech is has much to offer the tourist but one must not forget the close proximity of the fantastic Atlas Mountains, visible from Marrakech centre. No holiday to Marrakech should miss a day trip over the mountains and into the magical atmosphere of the Sahara desert, with a lunch of couscous before returning to have dinner in one of the many good restaurants in the city. Follow this by a walk to the main market in the centre at night with it’s snake charmers and pulsating drums. Marrakech old city has many charms but there are also modern restaurants, art galleries and fixed-price boutique shopping in the new town. After holiday to Marrakech, you will feel you have seen Morocco as it used to be, an experience not to be missed!