Marrakech is a very interesting town, but do not go there during the Easter week/weekend! That was our mistake, and the town was completely packed! We had big trouble finding a hotel and all the streets and places of interest were very crowded. However it is definitely worth a visit!
The Djamaa El Fna (the main square in Marrakech) is amazing. At night there are hundreds of food stalls selling all sorts of food and the people that work here will really argue with each other to get you to sit down at their particular stall. Next to the Djamaa El Fna you will find the Souq (traditional market) which is one of the more interesting ones I have seen. It’s on different levels and it’s quite easy to get lost in it, shopping your life away… Close to the Djamaa El Fna is the Koutoubia Mosque with it’s impressive 70 metre minaret. A bit further out at the edge of town you can visit the Jardin Majorelle, a beautiful garden established by the French painter Jacques Majorelle. This is where the “blue majorelle” comes from.