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Which airlines operate flights to Marrakech?

  • Ryanair offers direct flights to Marrakech from Manchester and London (Stansted).
  • British Airways is offering connecting flights from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle, and Aberdeen.
  • Royal Air Maroc operates Marrakech flights from London Heathrow.
  • KLM flights for Marrakech depart from Birmingham, Glasgow, London (City Airport), Leeds, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Cardiff, Aberdeen, and Bristol.
  • Air France also offers indirect flights which are available from London Heathrow and Birmingham.
  • Turkish Airlines is operating connecting flights to Marrakech from Edinburgh.

Are there any direct flight to Marrakech from UK?

Ryanair operates direct flights to Marrakech from the London Stansted Airport as well as Manchester Airport. From London, there are a total of 4 flights per week. Ryanair 3556 departs every Monday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Direct flights from Manchester to Marrakech are also operated by Ryanair, twice a week. Ryanair 3126 continues to fly on Sundays and Thursdays.

Can I fly to Marrakech from UK on flexible tickets?

The pandemic is in full swing, and non-essential travelling is strictly advised against. Meanwhile, Travelhouseuk enables you to anchor your travel plans in that you can still fly to Marrakech from UK on flexible tickets. Your flight can be rescheduled to a later date until further notice from authorities regarding travel restrictions. For now, travellers on essential business only can qualify for travel, and we can provide tickets to that end.

How long is the flight from UK to Marrakech?

  • From London Heathrow to Marrakech, TAP Air Portugal offers one-stop flights via Lisbon that take 5 hours. This is the minimum flight duration for this route.
  • EasyJet offers the minimum time duration on direct flights from London Gatwick to Marrakech – 3 hours and 40 minutes. TAP Air Portugal offers the minimum time duration on connecting flights from London Gatwick to Marrakech via Lisbon – 5 hours and 10 minutes.
  • From Manchester to Marrakech, the minimum flight duration is 3 hours and 50 minutes. These are direct flights offered by easyJet. Royal Air Maroc offers the minimum flight duration on indirect flights from Manchester to Marrakech – 5 hours and 25 minutes.
  • The shortest flight from Birmingham to Marrakech is code-shared between KLM and Iberia. This is a two-stop flight that takes 7 hours and 25 minutes and flies via Amsterdam and Madrid.
  • Air France offers the minimum time duration on flights from Edinburgh to Marrakech via Paris. The total flight time is 6 hours and 20 minutes.

What airport do you fly Into for Marrakech?

Marrakesh or Marrakech Minara Airport, having the IATA code RAK, is the main international airport for cheap flights to Marrakech from the UK. It is an approximately 25 minute drive to the city centre from the airport which is located 8.5 kilometres from central Marrakech. Technically there are two passenger terminals but these have been combined to accommodate more passengers. In 2014 alone, this airport catered to more than 4 million passengers.

Which is the cheapest time to fly to Marrakech?

Temperatures are set to drop from November and all the way to January. Rainy clouds developing over time finally burst as we enter November and these initial downpours set the theme for the next four months. This is why November – February period is considered to be the low-season. Air tickets can be availed at reduced prices and hotel rooms do not cost as much as they do in peak-season. Sign up for our newsletter to get a heads up on any last-minute flight deal that suddenly pops up.

The mean temperature during daytime will be 12 °C more or less but this will be accompanied by humidity. Being an Islamic country, Christmas celebrations are limited to certain areas and to a lesser degree so nothing much goes on during this time of the year.

How to get the cheapest Business Class flights to Marrakech ?

Getting the cheapest Business Class flights to Marrakech is the only way to capitalise on both cost and comfort. Travelhouseuk, once again, brings you competitive flight deals with top-level airlines in 2021. These include Royal Air Maroc, British Airways, Turkish Airlines, Air France, and KLM. The said airlines continue to offer a first-rate flight experience to Marrakech. To browse the deals we have or to request for an instalment plan, please leave us your name and message on Facebook or speak directly with our agent using the number 020 3137 2316.

Can I fly to Marrakech now and pay later?

Budget travellers take note! You can fly to Marrakech now and pay later by choosing to go with our instalment plan option. Using your phone to call us on our number or approach us on social media, you can request for the Fly Now Pay Later plan. You will need to make an upfront deposit so we can go ahead with the issuance of your tickets, and follow that up with monthly instalments to complete the remaining payment. The plan delivers a cost-effective approach towards booking last-minute or expensive Business Class flights. Just dial 020 3137 2316; our travel agent has the details.

When is the best time to visit Marrakech?

Since the majority of tourist attractions in Marrakech consist of botanical gardens and palace gardens, spring is undeniably the best time to visit them. Starting from early March and remaining in bloom till the end of May, spring season attracts more tourists than any other time. The average daytime temperature is 18 °C with clear skies and pleasant breezes. Tourism in Marrakech experiences a second boom during the autumn season. From September to late October, the summer heat wave is spent and the weather grows pleasant again. Once again the natural vegetation shows a remarkable change in colours and hues, offering a picturesque background to your outdoor activities. On average, the weather remains around 23 °C during daytime and decreases as we move into November.

What are the major tourist attractions in Marrakech?

Marrakech Madinah: Similar in its aspect to most eastern cities when viewed from a distance, we first discern the level roofs of the dwellings, the domes of the mosques, their lofty minarets, and other prominent features that meet the eye and greet it. Located in the heart of Morocco, Marrakech Madinah has imperial splendour preserved over the centuries to this day. Its defensive wall marks the start of the city centre, along with traditional buildings constructed mostly with the classic red brick that characterizes old Arabic architecture, where Marrakech hosts the famous Jemaa-el Fnaa Square.

Jemaa el-Fnaa: On either side, the bazaar is lined with vendors, artisans and Arab merchants sitting behind canvassed awnings or busy selling their merchandise. There are few parts in the world where supplies may be obtained in greater profusion, or of a larger variety. From fruit and vegetables to poultry, mutton and beef, from leather shoes to falcons, horses and camels; shopping here is an uninterrupted round of excitement. You can hire a porter and begin amassing a variety of wealth. Get your favourite hookah, buy some rose-water.

Bahia Palace: A recollection of an earlier age, the palace is still a living art. Its enclosing walls, high-tiled gateways, decorative marble work at key points and peerless gardens are marvels in their own right. Much has been written on the larger subject of Marrakech handicrafts but its garden-craft is admirable nonetheless. Oriental gardens and their buildings are so closely and significantly interwoven that the subject of architecture cannot be separated from horticulture.

Marrakech Museum: This is a museum complex that houses all kinds of historical objects, from religious relics to period pieces, forgotten works of art to the different currencies that have been used in the country in the past. This museum has it all.

House of Photography: Depicting the visual arts covered either under local talent or associated with the culture of Morocco in any other capacity, exhibits are held in these galleries that attract a good number of art lovers. It also goes by the name of 'The Maison de la Photographie.

Other Gardens: Moroccans are fond of gardening. The fact is further emphasized when a tourist gets to see a number of beautiful botanical gardens every now and then. Majorelle Garden, Minara Gardens and Agdal Gardens are the major botanical gardens in the region. Their oasis-effect only adds to their charm.

How to get around in Marrakech?

Caléche: These horse-drawn luxury carriages are in line with a city renowned for its medieval outlook and slower pace. Hire a carriage and ramble through the crowded roads of madinah taking your time to absorb every site that you come across and every spectacle that you witness on the way. These carriages are cheap by international standards and offer a unique experience rare to this century.

Bus: Local buses form a large segment of public transportation in Marrakech and these are extremely cheap. Being cheap, these buses are almost always crowded and make frequent stops on their journey. But a bus is preferable because of its maximum coverage i.e. a single fare can get you around the whole city, both the old town (madinah) and the new city (Ville Nouvelle).

Taxi: Get it cleared beforehand that the meter of the taxi is working properly. If not, as is often the case at the airport, then the fare quoted will most likely be much more than it is. However, if the driver quotes higher at night time then that is fine. There is an additional surcharge for night shifts. All in all, taxi is the only ride that one can enjoy the most considering the state of public buses. These taxis are easily spotted because of their unique beige colour, unlike the yellow taxis elsewhere.

Which are the best hotels in Marrakech?

Since most travellers prefer top-notch hotels that are not too heavy on the purse, 4-star hotels are prioritized. These hotels offer a lavish experience at an affordable cost. Some of the major 4-star hotels in Marrakech are:

  • Riad Shaloma
  • Riad Al Badia
  • Hotel Kasbah Le Mirage
  • Residence Dar Lamia
  • Iberostar Club Palmeraie

Some of the prominent 3-star hotels in the region are:

  • Palais Khum Boutique Hotel and Spa
  • Manzil La Tortue
  • Monriad Hotel
  • Riad Jaaneman
  • Riad Bahia

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