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Ryanair announces new routes from Liverpool to Marrakech

Ryanair has announced a new routes to Morroco from its hub at Liverpool Airport. The airline will start scheduled flights to Marrakech this winter. Ryanair will operate two flights per week from 31st October. Liverpool consumers and visitors can choose from 25 routes in winter 2016 and can look forward to further improvements. Ryanair’s Head …

Marrakech Art Fair | Palace Es Saadi from 30th September to 3rd October 2011

For its second edition, the modern and contemporary fair Marrakech Art Fair is back at the Palace Es Saadi from September 30th to October 3rd 2011, with 48 international galleries exhibiting their major artists. About 20 additional galleries join the Marrakech Art Fair 2010 exhibitors. In parallel of the forty five galleries program located in …

Explosion hits cafe in Marrakech, 16 people dead

The initial explosion at the busy Argana café in the Moroccan city of Marrakesh killed 14 people and wounded several others. The death toll rose to 16 overnight as two of the injured died of their wounds. Reports said that 13 of the 16 people who were killed had been identified as seven French nationals, …

Marrakech Popular Arts Festival

When:14 – 19 Jul 2008 (annual) Opening Hours:Various (french website) A foretaste of the 43rd edition, a popular festival immersed in a city in celebration of 14 to 19 July 2008. The festival covers its 43rd edition in an original format, powerful, innovative and popular. In the continuity of the 42nd edition, the next …

The Hammam

A traditional hammam (steam bath) is the perfect remedy for those seeking a truly envigorating Moroccan experience. The hammam is traditionally a place for men or women to meet (separately) and chat whilst being scrubbed clean and massaged. Hammams are a hive of activity and noise, and many exhibit fine examples of Moroccan architecture, with …

Morocco’s many contradictions

The sweltering hot winds from the Sahara desert made sticky with sea-salt sweep through the wide, luxurious avenues of Rabat, once known as “the Pearl of Morocco”. Morocco’s middle classes opt in to western consumerism And it is still a very attractive city, albeit a modern one, with ATM machines, McDonalds and other western chain …


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