Being one of Morocco’s three biggest cities, Marrakech is an exciting and exotic city with Berber heritage. The European style pavement cafes contrasts with the maze of markets (souks), where traditional Islamic art and architecture sit alongside busy nightlife spots. Marrakesh attracts a vast number of tourists for its history, culture and scenic Atlas Mountains.

With scarce rain, comfortable day temperatures and mild nights, Spring and Autumn are ideal times to visit Marrakech. In June the hot desert winds can cause the city to become dusty, and by August temperatures can easily reach highs of 40°C or more. Winter days are relatively mild in the high teens, but nights can be extremely chilly and reach lows of around 4 or 5°C.