Marrakesh's most famous landmark is the Koutoubia Mosque, the largest mosque in the city. There are four entrances to the mosque, three are leading to the prayer hall and one leading to the courtyard. This mosque is exclusive for people of Islamic faith and Non-Muslims are not allowed.
Largest public square at the entrance of Medina is the Djemaa El Fna. Showcasing Moroccan lifestyle, this place is filled with food vendors, street musicians, snake charmers and fortune tellers. Tourists and locals flock here until late hours at night.
Manara Garden is a favorite spot for locals due to its tranquil atmosphere. It has a large reflective pool in its pavilion and the the place is surrounded by olive plantations giving a relaxing vibe that draws the locals and tourists alike.
One of Marrakesh most imposing structure is the Bahia Palace, built in the 19th century by the grand vizier Moussa Ba Ahmed. Later his son, Bou Ahmed took over the palace and enhanced its structure and incorporated elegant Moroccan style decorations, making it the most impressive palace of its time. Here, Harem, a dedicated space for the women of the house are comprise of four equal sized rooms for his four wives, and a quarter with twelve rooms to share for his 24 concubines. When Bou Ahmed passed away, all valuables are taken away and the residents were forced to move out. With the marvelous craftsmanship that is evident in its structure, Bahia Palace is one of the top places to visit in Marrakesh.