We stopped here on our tour of Marrakech. Overall a nice stop for pictures for about 30 mins. Our guide explained the history of the tomb which definitely enhanced our visit. Worth a stop.
About Saadian Tombs
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The Saadian tombs are hidden behind a mosque at a very beautiful place in the southern part of Medina. Admission fee is 10 DH per person but it will not take longer than 30min in total to visit the site. The tombs are nice, but...More
What amazing history! The first royal family that died off by the 12th century. A family that had everything but health. But craziest fact is that their tombs weren't discovered until 100s of years later. This was fun...but our guide Ouidad was the best. Our...More
One of the top tree attractions of marrakech available to visit right now, since the Ben Yousef Medersa is now closed for maintenance purposes. You will be able to admire the incredible and the amazing details of the architechture of the ancient moroccoan Saadian royal...More
One, and only tip - be there first thing in the morning, before opening. You will get an opportunity to see ususally crowded tombs all by yourself. It's so quiet when, and not so hot ;)
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