British Airways, Ryanair and Easyjet all fly non-stop to Marrakech from London. Royal Air Maroc typically has one stop in Casablanca, but this is not necessarily a cheaper option. A direct flight between London and Marrakech takes around 3.5 hours and will depart from either Luton, Stansted or Gatwick. If you fly to Marrakech from London Heathrow, expect a stopover. You will find that you can usually get a good from London - Marrakech flight deal if you plan your outward and return journeys for the middle of the week. The only airport in Marrakech is located about four miles southwest of the Medina. A local taxi to the centre should cost around Dh60 (£5). It might be easier for your guest house (Riad) to arrange a car transfer to pick you up from the airport, especially if your flight from London to - Marrakech lands in the evening. A cheaper option is taking a bus around for 20Dh (£1.50), which is great if you don't have much luggage.
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The old walled part of town is a bustling hub of activity. A labyrinth of narrow streets, souks, surrounded by cafés and teaming with people. At night the heart of the medina, Jemaa el Fna, comes alive with story tellers, snake charmers and acrobats.2 Souqs
This lively, colourful market is a maze of stalls and shops selling an enormous range of crafts, metal work, leather goods, spices and clothes. It's a great place to practice your haggling skills or watch the artisans at work with dying, hammering and carving various objects.3 Majorelle Gardens
These gardens are situated to the north-west of the Medina, about a 30 minute walk. Full of rare plants this is an area of tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of Marrakesh. It is worth getting there early before large tourist parties arrive.4 Dar Si Saïd Museum
Located five minutes walk from Jemaa el Fna, this museum is dedicated to the history of Marrakech and the Atlas Mountains. You'll find musical instruments, weapons and a variety of wooden carvings, as well as ceramics, carpets and clothing on display.5 Hammam
Try a visit to a hammam if you want to experience the Morrocan way to glowing skin. It's essentially a steam room, where men and women (separately of course) go to cleanse themselves with piping hot water and a vigorous scrubbing. Many hotels have hammams, but there are a few public ones to choose from for the real Morrocan experience.