Discover the magic of Marrakech and learn to cook with traditional Moroccan chefs.

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Marrakech and its cuisine - Private itinerary

Day 1:

MARRAKESH

Assistance at Marrakech airport. Transfer in private service to the hotel. Rest of the day free. Accommodation.


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Day 2:

MARRAKESH

Departure in private service with a local guide to take a tour of the old area of the city: souks and medina. The visit to the souks tours the different artisan guilds into which this part of the city is divided, this being the division in ancient times. Guilds such as spice makers, those who dye wool, carpenters or goldsmiths are visited. This area of the city is tremendously lively with all the businesses displaying their wares and a large part of the city coming punctually to make their purchases. A thousand smells, colors and flavors come together in its narrow streets full of people and small businesses of all kinds that make this place considered a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The tour will also take you to Jemaa el Fna Square, a meeting place for the inhabitants of Marrakech, where countless live shows of all kinds gather throughout the day and especially at dusk, such as snake charmers, snake charmers, monkeys, tightrope walkers or simply people who read cards or predict the future. After the visit, return to the accommodation. Rest of the day free. Accommodation.

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Day 3:

MARRAKESH

Departure to the riad La Maison Arabe. The long culinary history of this riad dates back to 1946, when two enterprising French women, Hélène Sébillon-Larochette and her daughter Suzy, received from Pasha Thami el Glaoui the right to set up the first restaurant open to foreigners in the medina. The pasha provided a servant from his nearby palace to teach them the intricacies of Moroccan cuisine and La Maison Arabe quickly became one of the leading restaurants on the African continent. Since then, it has become famous for its cooking workshops, which are open to house guests and all food lovers visiting Marrakech. Learn step by step the secrets of authentic Moroccan cuisine from your dadas (traditional Moroccan cooks), using modern, everyday kitchen equipment to create tasty recipes that are passed down from generation to generation. After the class, you can taste the dishes that have been prepared. Return to accommodation. Rest of the day free. Accommodation.

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Day 4:

MARRAKESH

At the scheduled time, transfer by private service to Marrakech airport to take the departure flight.

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