Marrakesh is said to stimulate all the senses. Or is it looking at intricate zellige tiles; sniffing various spices sold in bazaars; Hearing the call to prayer from nearby mosques; touching the soft leather of which a pair of babuchas (leather sandals) were made; When tasting aromatic tagines, Marrakech never ceases to be exciting. The city, located west of the Atlas Mountains, has been inhabited by Berber farmers for centuries. It has been dubbed the "city of ocher" due to the proliferation of red sandstone buildings and red city walls that now surround Medina, home to Jemaa el-Fnaa, one of Africa's busiest squares.
Marrakech is full of culture and has been inspiring visitors for decades. From Yves Saint Laurent to Talith Getty, from Winston Churchill to Mick Jagger, Marrakesh has drawn great icons inspired by his eternal spirit as well as his sweet, beautiful life. Yves Saint Laurent's close relationship with this city led to the opening of a museum dedicated to his legendary work. The annual Marrakesh International Film Festival attracts notable crowds. Plenty of museums showcase Moroccan art, photography, carpets and an Andalusian design aesthetic that permeates the city's architecture. Hotel La Mamounia, opened in 1923, boasts a rich history, with guests including Winston Churchill. El Fenn by Vanessy Branson is a collection of traditional riads that make up a magnificent boutique hotel. There are many ways to immerse yourself in the culture of Marrakesh, but perhaps the best place to start is with a plain glass of mint tea.
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