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Melbourne to Marrakech Travel Course Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • What's the most popular connection between these two cities?

    Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport is the most popular connection for one stop flights between Melbourne and Marrakech.

  • What are some popular events going on in Marrakech during the year?

    The Popular Arts Festival (Jul) includes amazing music and traditional folk dance performances. Djemaa el-Fna square becomes an open-air cinema during the Marrakech International Film Festival (Nov).

  • When is the best time to visit?

    Many travelers choose to visit in spring (Apr–May), when the weather's warm and dry. Temperatures can reach extreme highs in midsummer (Jul–Aug).

Exploring Marrakech

Rose colored buildings and dusty, ochre streets bake under a North African sun, the Atlas Mountains shimmering in the distance. A cavalcade of beaten-up cars, taxis, bikes and donkeys hoot, bray and force their way through traffic jams, threatening to run over any pedestrian in their path. At the center of it all, the Djemaa El-Fna, or Place of the Dead, is a constant theatrical show. Marrakech is an assault on the senses, but it is pure joy to experience it.


Accommodations in Marrakech

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Marrakech is the Riad Idra, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Riad Charme d'Orient in Marrakech as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Marrakech

- Medina


The medina, Marrakech’s old town, is intoxicating and addictive. With the constantly changing entertainment of Djemaa El-Fna and the network of souks, you won’t be bored for a second.


- El Badi Palace


El Badi, meaning ‘the incomparable’, was at one time the most opulent palace in Marrakech. It is still an impressive sight, though its gold and marble adornments are no more. Only the bare structure of blush-colored stone and a vast, empty courtyard remains. Climb up to the ramparts to take in the views across the city, where you can really appreciate the uniform pink stone, and listen to the odd, clattering sound of the storks, who keep guard on the highest walls. Nearby, the more recent Bahia (brilliant) palace still retains its stunning Islamic frescoes. It was once a harem, with the concubines’ rooms organized around a beautiful central courtyard.


Transportation in Marrakech

In the city center, getting by on foot is your best option. There are also buses and petit taxis everywhere.

For transportation from the airport into the city center, the simplest way of making the transfer is to pre-book a hotel room which has an airport pick-up included in the price. Many, including most of the high end hotels, will be happy to provide this service provided there is a minimum stay. For those without someone to meet them at the airport there are two main options for the transfer into the city, a bus or a taxi. There is a special airport bus that takes passengers into town and can be asked to stop at the main hotels. This is cheap, convenient, and probably the best option unless you have a large amount of luggage. The bus only makes the journey during the day so passengers arriving or departing late at night or very early in the morning will need to make alternative arrangements. The bus is numbered 19 and departs from just outside the arrival hall.


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