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4.7/5
189 Reviews
Garden
Museum
Travel Monsterit’s nice garden and shows how luxury of YSL life , just a reminder for long queue for ticketing . the size of garden is not so big and just need 1 hr to finish it. Better to go in early morning and will have less tourists.
4.3/5
167 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Square
泰迪小熊Came on March 7, 2019. This is the open-air market and the Koutoubia Mosque just across the road. It is a fairly large 24-hour all-night market. You can find almost all kinds of local Moroccan specialties here, in addition to various street "caring, begging and begging". There are also many people distributing small advertisements. The biggest attraction of this market is the night market, which is said to be the largest and most lively night market in Africa. It’s not an exaggeration to say that even though the entire Marrakech is asleep, there are still brightly lit and full of people. It can be said that most of the human fireworks in Marrakech are concentrated here. Due to the mixed fish and dragons in the market, safety is always a big issue, our tour guide strongly opposes us to go deep into the market. If you want to go in for "expedition", you must pay attention to safety, be optimistic about your wallet, and don't talk to strangers.
4.6/5
446 Reviews
Mountain
TylerJamesLove this place. Really is beautiful from ontop after you get there
4.6/5
524 Reviews
Nature Reserve
Seashore
National Park
E35***36lovely! went there for a short vacation! absolutely loved it there! it was a solo travel and quite amazing how i was able to feel just wholesome and happy!
4.5/5
728 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Historical Site
Plum9195I did not realize that the Great Sphinx was located so close to the Great Pyramids. You can easily see them both at the same time or on the same visit. You are not allowed to really get close to the Sphinx or to touch it. It is protected by a gate around it and security will admonish you for going past the gate. You will generally use the same guide for the Sphinx that you do for the Pyramids. If you go very early in the morning or after lunch it will not be as crowded. Egyptian citizens and students pay a lower admission fee if they have an ID. There are is a small outdoor market as you leave where you can by trinkets to remember your visit. You should be prepared to bargain to get the best deals.
4.6/5
383 Reviews
Mosque
City | ​​landmark
_We***05Just magic. This mosque is the largest mosque in Africa and the 10th largest in the world. It’s around 40 min walk from city centre, but better to take a taxi.

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