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Business class flights to Marrakech

starts from £565

The below mentioned displayed fares are based on historical data. The fares are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed at the time of booking.

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    LGW London Gatwick 07 Jun 2018
    RAK Marrakech 13 Jun 2018
    £565
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    LON London Airports 07 Jun 2018
    RAK Marrakech 10 Jun 2018
    £572
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    LON London Airports 10 Sep 2018
    RAK Marrakech 14 Sep 2018
    £595
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    LGW London Gatwick 07 Jun 2018
    RAK Marrakech 13 Jun 2018
    £602
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    LON London Airports 07 Jun 2018
    RAK Marrakech 10 Jun 2018
    £966
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    LON London Airports 07 Jun 2018
    RAK Marrakech 10 Jun 2018
    £1,610

Marrakech Business class fares

Useful information about Marrakech

Marrakech is a major city in northwest African Nation Morocco. It is an intoxicating mix of contrasting character where buzzing souks and hidden places rub shoulders with fashionable art galleries, magnificent monuments and luxurious hotels. It is known for its traditional hospitality and polished history is also a great place for foodies as it is decked with various well-priced restaurants, cafes and bars that offer excellent Moroccan and European delicacies. If you are looking for sports and adventure activities then there is plenty to choose from. There are various golf courses, entertainment parks along with safari, trekking and walking tours to Atlas Mountains that make your holiday trip more fun-filled and thrilling. So why wait, take the advantage of getting the best deals on flights to Marrakech with prices starting from as little as £564 that you found nowhere else.

Why Go

Marrakech is an exotic and beautiful destination that you surely love to visit. From amazing shopping experiences at its various souks to incredible cuisines, from historical places to modern trendy streets, it is a place of great contrasts where there is something for its every traveller.  It is not only a fantastic destination but also a symbol of Morocco that once was, and still survives here. The hordes of tourists come here and are influenced by its color, vibrancy and character and thus they call it “City of Happiness”.  International popular Art Festival is one of the world’s biggest and brightest festivals attracting dancers, folk singers and acting troupes from all over the country as well as from Asia and Europe is one of its biggest attractions. Oukaimeden Ski Resort in Atlas Mountains is the highest ski resort in Africa which has all the amenities of a world-class resort with a Moroccan touch. The amazing feeling of skiing in subtropical Africa makes this adventure even more worthy.

Best Time to Visit

The ideal time to enjoy a holiday trip over here depends what you plan to do as see. The best time for vacation is from March through May and from October to November. The spring and fall shoulder seasons boasts the most desirable weather and the smallest crowds. The only exception is Easter which sees a spike in tourism and hotel rates. Though it is very hot but summers from June to August is the most popular time to enjoy a holiday trip. Winter months also see a spike in tourism with visitors heading to the Red City in search of warm temperatures.

Major Attractions

Marrakech is full of amazing contrasts. You could easily spend days in exploring its bustling souks or just relaxing in your holiday oasis. But there are certainly few things that you must enjoy on your holiday trip. The minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque which is the most famous symbol of city built in traditional Almohad style topped with four copper globes is visible from near and far is still an active place of worship. Non Muslims are not permitted to enter here but you can view this majestic structure by walking around its either side.  Another place Djemma el-Fna Square must be on the top of your list. Here you feel a rhythm that follows you. At day time the place is decked with snake charmers, juice peddlers and men with chained small monkeys. As the afternoon grows late, the crowd grows heavier and the street is stormed by magicians, spice merchants, storytellers and musicians. If you want a peace of mind then take a break at garden at Jardin Majorelle, which is the most peaceful and serene place to visit. Built in the 16th century, the Badi Palace is also a worth visit. Plan spending few hours over her and explore its terraces and underground portions.

Festivals and Events

The ancient Berber city of Marrakesh is one of the three biggest cities of Morocco and is the most important former imperial capital of country renowned for its history, culture and access to scenic Atlas Mountains. It is a home to various amazing festivals and events that attract both local as well as international travellers. Don’t miss amazing festivals of Marrakech Marathon, Friendship Festival, International Magic Festival, Popular Arts Festival, Fes Festival of culinary Arts, International Film Festival etc that you surely love to take part and enjoy.