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Marrakesh, the Red City, has always been something of a marketplace where tribesmen and Berber villagers bring their goods, spend their money and find entertainment. Marrakesh has become Morocco’s capital of chic, attracting the rich and famous from Europe and beyond.
What to see:
Like all Moroccan cities, it’s a town of two halves: the ancient walled Medina and the colonial Ville Nouvelle, built by the French in the mid-twentieth century. Each has its own delights – the Medina with its ancient palaces and mansions, labyrinthine souks and deeply traditional way of life, and the Ville Nouvelle with its pavement cafés, trendy boutiques, gardens and boulevards.