Los Palacios de Marrakech: tumbas Saadíes, palacio Bahía y palacio Badi

Los tres lugares los vimos en el mismo dia, estan los tres muy cerca el uno del otro y dentro de la Medina. Cada entrada costaba solo alrededor 1euro y merece la pena verlos.

You can visit the three places on the same day as they are all in the Medina. Tickets were less than £1.00 and the visit is a must if you are coming to Marrakesh.

Palacio El Badi, del siglo XVI, pero como veis no muy conservado. Hoy, no queda más que una inmensa explanada cava de jardines, plantada con naranjos y rodeada de altos muros. 

 El Badi Palace, It may be ruins but this was once one of the biggest palaces in the world so it is worth it a visit. The best part the underground section and the roof terrace with spectacular views of the city and the Atlas mountains. There are large rectangular pools, massive walls, gardens with orange trees and some passageways. 

 Palacio de Bahia, es el mas bonito donde paseas por cada uno de sus pequeños patios y el que mas me gusto por la mejor conservacion de los mosaicos y  mas colorido, claro que este no es tan antiguo, data del siglo XIX. 

 Bahia Palace, the palace has lovely and colourful mosaics in all the rooms and beautiful and large gardens. It was very fascinating as there was a guide that talked about the history of the palace. 

Tumbas Saadíes
En el mausoleo principal de las tumbas está enterrada la familia de la dinastía Saadí que reinó a finales del s.XVI. Por los jardines hay mas de 60 tumbas de la dinastía. Lo increible es que este lugar no se descubrio hasta 1917.
Saadian Tombs
The tombs were discovered in 1917 and were restored by the Beaux-arts service. The tombs have, because of the beauty of their decoration, been a major attraction for visitors of Marrakech. They are lovely and the tiles and archways are breathtaking.

Y con tanto visto hoy ya solo me queda mostraros un sitio muy especial en Marrakech que lo vereis muy pronto :-)

And after all these places, I only have a very special place in Marrakesh to show you and I will very soon. 



love your pictures! you look so pretty!!

Tiffany |

Blvck Bee said...

Wow these photo's are so beautiful, I love Mosaics and it's what I like the most when visiting Morocco

Agnes x

Marika Odoardi said...

What a great place Marrakech!!

Marika Odoardi said...

What a great place Marrakech!!

Eniwhere Fashion said...

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Andrea Carro said...

preciosa. Es un vestido ideal para estos viajes


Lenya said...

Gorgeous pictures of a beautiful place. I love the cute dress you're wearing. Lovely blog here btw! Would you like to follow each other on GFC? Please let me know on my blog so I can follow back. Thank you.

Valentina Pink said...

Amazing pics! You look so cool!

Valentina e Giulia


mybeautrip said...

Los visité durante las Navidades de hace un par de años y me encantaron. Tus fotos me han evocado grandes recuerdos.

Anonymous said...

Incredible location! Love your outfit

Maria said...

Awesome photos! x

Lidia Bvg said...

Qué bonito es Marrakech y qué fotos más bonitas! Tenía ganas de visitar la ciudad pero después de este post más!
Un besito

Dressed With Soul said...

It must be so interesting there and the pictures are a dream!
xx from Germany/Bavaria, Rena

Fashion Petite said...

Beautiful pictures! Looks like you had an amazing time!
Love Lynda

Nuria Lai said...

Thanks a lot for the lovely comment x

Nuria Lai said...

Muchas gracias Lidia, te gustara seguro!

Marina Ingvarsson said...

Love your blog! Great pictures!