Where Africa meets Arabic culture, collision of old and new. A city that captivates your senses with a symphony of vibrant sights, eclectic sounds, and exotic aromas.

Marrakech is special because it has always been a place for people en route from very different places. Either coming from or going to Europe and Africa, it has had the peculiar position of being a stopping ground for tradesmen, merchants, explorers and travelers. Many, even Mark Twain were moved by the variety and mix of peoples in Marrakech. It was established as a city in 1062 by Berber rulers and it eventually became the capital of an empire that stretched all the way to Spain. This is when the Spanish Andalucian influence entered Marrakech and formed some of its design and feel.