- Cooking class: Monriad organises a journey trought the true moroccan taste. Price starts from 35 euros per person.
The price includes: a visit of the local market and the spieces shops where you can buy your ingredients, then you will spend some time with our chef Aicha learning secrets of traditional moroccan dishes such as Cous Cous, Tajines and many others.
Finally you will taste what you have prepared!
Don't miss this unforgettable experience!
Things to do in Marrakech
- Guided tours: Based in 1062, Marrakesh, the second imperial city will fascinate you with its historic memorials.
During this visit we illustrate its history to understand the beauty of the red earth of the South.
The visit includes the following sites: The minaret of the KOUTOUBIA and its gardens (possible visit only externally) The SAADIENS GRAVES The BAHIA palace situated in the centre of an Andalusian splendid garden.
The MADRASA The Ben Youssef Madrasa was an Islamic college. It now is the largest Medrasa in all of Morocco.
Visit of the Souks (traditional markets) Squeezed in the heart of Marrakesh where everything is hidden and nevertheless everything can be spotted. In its narrow streets, all the craftsmen can be seen, jewellers, dry cleaners and cabinet makers. Scents of various spices, colours and noises; in souks we buy, we exchange, we make.
Starting from 50.00 Eur for 2 persons
For your wellbeing, MonRiad offers the opportunity of beauty treatments and massages with the notorious argan oil. We can book for you in a typical hammam/spa according to your budget
- TMECHA FEL MEDINA
The city of Marrakech offer to your visitors the possibility to enjoy a breatheaking route where you can admire many graffity of one of the most important Maroccan artist "JACE".
You can see the city through the eyes and the works of this artist.
Came and enjoy this adventure from 7 October to 20 January.
- Yves Saint Laurent museum
From 19th October Marrakech hosts the museum which celebrate the life and the career of one of the best stylist in the world: Yves Saint Laurent.
The museum is entirely devoted to the work of this legendary fashion designer who was inspirated by the beauty of the city.