And only £1 to get in! Like a lot of sights in Marrakech it was not very well signposted. It is opposite the Kasbah Cafe.
About Saadian Tombs
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It took a long time stood in a queue to have a few minutes to view the tombs. The area to view the tombs is really small, allowing 2 people to view at once. Not really worth wasting time visiting if busy.
I wish I had a guide telling us the history behind everything as we were seeing it. There were no signs or information about the tombs, but you at least don't need a guide to tell you something is pretty awesome. Very inexpensive to get...More
Nice quit place and quickly seen. It were built in the 16th century as a mausoleum to bury numerous Saadian rulers and entertainers. It was lost for many years until the French rediscovered it in 1917 using aerial photographs. Outside the building are a garden...More
This is an interesting and tranquil place set in a small garden. We visited as part of a city sight seeing tour so didn't have long but the tombs were beautiful and unusual and certainly worth a visit.
There are 3 tomb areas to see. All are gorgeous with intricate carvings into stone, wood, marble, etc. the main tomb area requires a queue, and not sufficient time to admire, so we queued twice. Probably the best carvings/ patterns among all historical monuments in...More
Part of our day tour, this was really interesting with some amazing architecture and history. Amajing marble columns and decorative work.