Dan Miller, a renowned travel expert, and blogger, recently named the eight most romantic cities in the world for those looking for a romantic Valentine’s Day adventure or other special event destination.
Based on its romantic charm, colours and many amazing places that afford privacy for couples, Marrakech, the ochre city, made it on the list in 7th place along with other renowned tourist destinations.
Paris, or the “City of Love”, remains at the top of the list followed by Prague, Rome, New York City, Venice, Florence, Marrakech, and Dublin.
Apart from its well-known tourist destinations like the Koutoubia minaret, El-Menara, and Jamaa El-Fna square, as well as its exotic and magic festival-like atmosphere, Marrakech is home to many other places that fascinate visitors.
Jardin Majorelle is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Marrakech. The garden, a slice of serenity in the bustling city, is an ideal place for those who love nature and want to escape the busy markets in the old medina.
Now that Valentine’s Day is approaching, Marrakech with its spring-like sunny days is an ideal place for couples who would like to enjoy warmth away from the freezing weather elsewhere.
Marrakech can always be found on the lists of top tourist destinations.
Last December, Fodor’s Travel Guide, the world’s largest and professional travel guidebook, ranked Marrakech at the top of its “Travel Go List for 2018.”
“This romantic desert oasis is set to be one of 2018’s most fashionable vacations,” Fodor’s said.
In its introductory page, Jeremy Tarr, the editorial director of Fodors.com, said that “Despite all of the recent calamity and horrors – both natural and manmade – this really is a magical world that deserves to be explored.”