Marrakesh, known as the “ochre city,” is Morocco’s leading tourist destination. With its 1,300,000 inhabitants, it is the fourth most populous city in the country. Endowed with an impressive cultural heritage with countless monuments and museums, the city is divided into two distinct parts: the new city and the medina or historic city, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1985.
For a long time, Marrakesh was a major political, economic and cultural center of the Muslim world, under the aegis of the various succeeding dynasties.
The Lovely Climate of Marrakech
Semi-arid and subtropical with mild winters and hot summers.
What to see, what to do
Ideas for walks and excursions
The best way to discover the city and its region
Museums and galleries
A journey into the past and present
The most beautiful golf links in Africa
Stalls or the mall? Why not do both!
One day trip idea for those who don’t have time
|Custom : +212 524 44 78 10
Tourist Office : +212 524 43 61 79
Central Post Office : +212 524 43 19 63
Marrakesh Prefecture : +212 524 42 71 17
Police Precinct : +212 524 43 05 70
|Tourist Brigade Office :
Location : Place Jemaâ El Fna, near the Post Office.
Phone : +212 524 38 46 01
Useful and emergency contacts
Samu : +212 524 43 30 30
Emergency medical services : +212 524 40 4040
Car accident emergency services : +212 524 40 14 01
Police * : 19
Tourist police * : +212 524 38 46 01
Fire department * : 15
Gendarmerie (State and Road Police) * : 077
Roadside Assistance * : 177
|Airport of Marrakesh-Ménara (RAK
Ménara, Marrakesh CP 40000
Phone : +212 5 24 44 79 10
Avenue Hassan II, Cp 40000
Phone : +212 5 24 44 97 77
|“Petit Taxi” for short distances within the city boundaries.
Minimum cost of a ride: 7 Dh
Cost of transfer from/to the airport: 70 Dh
Can be booked in advance by phone : +212 5 24 40 94 94
Additional cost of 10 Dh in the daytime and 15 Dh in the evening
Red tourist buses: departures in front of the tourist office.
24-hour pass: 145 Dh
120 to 150 Dh for half an hour
*Please note: emergency numbers are accessible from landlines and mobile phones, but only with a SIM card from one of the three Moroccan operators (Maroc Télécom, Orange Maroc and Inwi); they are not accessible from a mobile phone equipped with a SIM card from a foreign operator, even with the roaming option.