The place we found but it's still in construction unfortunately we were so disappointed because based on what google maps says it's open but we just spent hours looking for a closed place in a really hot day
Beautiful place with stunning tile work. It gets very crowded and it's difficult to move around or take pictures, but it's a must-see in Marrakech.
This Moorish-style building is neither Ben Youssef Madrasa in Marrakesh, nor Alcazar of Seville. It is Al-Attarine Madrasa of Fes in Morocco which took its name from the spice and perfume market that is located in the vicinity...!!!
Google keeps saying Ali Ben Youssef Medersa is the same as Son of Joseph. If it is CLOSED for 2 years to remodel. 👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻Do not go.
The place we never found :( not even people, trespassers, bank employees working at the square knew it existed. Google maps was absolutely unclear. I’m quite sad. Please someone send google maps the exact place of the entrance
The architecture here is really beautiful. I would throughly reccomend visiting if you go to Marrakech
Absolutely stunning. Not only for the history it’s been through, but the intricacy of carvings and tilework that cover every inch. And for something so old and beautiful, one would expect restricted or at least monitored access. Nope. Just pay your ticket and wander freely through the floors, climb lofts, touch everything. That unfettered explorer feeling, most memorable. And as a non-Muslim, it may be the closest thing to seeing inside a mosque in Marrakech
This school is definitely worth a visit when you're in Marrakech. It is nestled inside the busy medina and costs only 20dh to get in. The architecture is amazing and learning about the building and how old it is makes the experience all more special. You can also get some really amazing photos here but it's best to go early in the morning to beat the crowds and avoid people wandering into your pictures.
the building is interesting to see and not expensive. however there is absolutely no exhibition in it, just an empty building. but still worth a visit, it‘s also not expensive at all.
One of the most iconic places of all Marrakech. It's full of color and as soon as you get to the outdoors in the middle your eyes don't even know we're to start staring at. I think there is a guided tour and probably will tell you a bit of story about the place(but am not sure).
Good to visit if you are in Marrakech. I’d recommend a guide as there is no information around to read about the place. Beautiful history and a lovely place to see.
Just a very beautiful building which is badly dilapidated with no information points. I would guess a guided tour would have been a good idea. Parts of the building the plaster is literally peeling off the wall but the wood work in the centre courtyard and the lightwells are simply stunning