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#KEYTIPS: MARRAKECH GUIDE PART II

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Por fin podemos compartir nuestra segunda “guía” de Marrakech. Pero antes de nada, queremos decir que no somos unos expertos en la ciudad, sólo vamos a compartir los sitios dónde hemos estado y los que más recomendamos.

En este post vais a encontrar casi todo recomendaciones de comida, si queréis ver más os dejamos el del año pasado: click!

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Today we can finally share our little “guide” of Marrakech. But before we start with our tips, we want to clarify that we’re not experts. We will be sharing the places we’ve visited and the ones we really recommend.

In this post you will find a lot of tips when it comes to restaurants, but if you want to know more. You can check out lasts years post:  click!

 

 

 

 

 

 

LE SALAMA

“The perfect place to have lunch”

LA MAMOUNIA

“Must-visit hotel, where you can have lunch or just enjoy a snack”

RIAD DE TARABEL

“Incredibly beautiful Riad, really worth it to visit with day light. And if you have the chance to stay there don’t doubt it”

PLACE RAHBA LAKDIMA

CAFE DES ÉPICES

“Perfect for having quick lunch in the sunny terrace or enjoying their sandwiches by night”

NOMAD

“Probably you’ve heard of Nomad, we love it. It is from the same owners of Cafe des Épices and Le Jardin”

EL FENN

“It was our firts time in El Fenn, and it’s just awesome. Next time we will for sure visit by day”

OUR FRIENDS HOUSE

“We’ve been incredibly inspired in Marrakech, everyone there seems to have a unique mix of styles that we will for sure copy when we live alone”

AGAFAY DESERT CAMP

“If you check our last years post, you will see that we visited Scarabeo Camp. But this time we decide to change an discover more, and we went to Agafay Desert Camp. It is really worth it, it is cheaper than Scarabeo but both of them show the desert experience you want to feel. So if you visit any of them you will for sure enjoy to the max”

YLS MUSÉE

“We really recommend visiting the new YSL museum, the Majorelle Jarden is really beautiful but you can’t miss the chance of entering the museum and learn more about the start of YSL”

SEE YOU NEXT TIME

* Post shooted with phone.

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