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Palácio da Bahia

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Palácio da Bahia

13,185 Reviews
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Desert Agafay and Atlas Mountains & Camel ride Day Trip From Marrakech
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Desert Agafay and Atlas Mountains & Camel ride Day Trip From Marrakech

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Morocco’s Agafay desert lies within day-trip distance of Marrakech, making it an easy alternative to visiting the Sahara Desert further south. With this private tour, save the hassle of an independent trip and combine the Agafay with a journey into the Atlas Mountains. Explore Berber villages and souks; cross the Kik Plateau, and finish with a camel trek in the Agafay before returning.
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HINA W wrote a review Dec 2020
Islamabad, Pakistan6,287 contributions905 helpful votes
This is an exquisite palace of Marrakech. It was constructed by the grand vizier Ahmed Bin Moussa towards the end if the 18th century. It is built on a huge expanse of land in the heart of the Medina. It has beautiful salons, courtyards, gardens, toilets and even a school. You can see wonderful examples of Moroccan craftsmanship here. There are intricately designed zellij mosaics, fabulously decorated roofs, marvellously designed floors, beautifully formed plaster work, meticulously carved wooden awnings and richly crafted stained glass windows. You have to buy a ticket costing 70 DHMs. A must visit in Marrakech.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Vincent Butink wrote a review Oct 2020
Boxtel, The Netherlands2 contributions
Marvelous palace where tens of rooms are decorated in the moorish way with beautiful tiles and the outstanding Mosaic from Fes
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Date of experience: December 2019
StorytellerGabe wrote a review Sep 2020
Brasov, Romania152 contributions30 helpful votes
We went here in July 2019, part of a self made tour, this is an empty palace so you will not find much furniture but the scenery is beautiful, as you can see in the pictures, worth the trip for the culture and the diversity 😊
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Tânia Cristal wrote a review Aug 2020
Porto, Portugal71 contributions30 helpful votes
Beautiful colors and design. Totally part of a Marrakech guide. There's nothing inside, there's just "walls and glass" but it's totally worth the visit. Just go and appreciate the beautiful architecture of this palace. Price is perfectly ok (around 7€ per person).
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Date of experience: September 2019
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ColleenH wrote a review Jul 2020
7 contributions1 helpful vote
It really is beautiful, however it is absolutely crawling with tourists trying to get the perfect Instagram shot, which wrecked it for me. It was soooo crowded. While not nearly as beautiful, I enjoyed Badi far more. Much easier to wander around and take it all in without big tour groups ruining it. Unless you are just dying for that instagram shot, Bahia is one of those major tourist stops that I would tell my friends not to bother with.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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