Another palace in Marrakech . Compare to Bahia palace , it is older and a little ruined but a lot of history attached . Must a visit .
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The Badii Palace was constructed by Ahmed El Mansoor towards the end of the 1500s and for the best part of a century it existed as a lavish complex, hosting banquets and such like. Much of its splendid décor was subsequently stripped away and it...More
The palace was beautiful but the guidance and the information given about the place were poor, in addition the palace needs more caring in order to make it more attractive and interesting for tourists. Such a beautiful and a historical place like this needs more...More
"Imagine the splendour" is how my guidebook starts its review of Badi Palace and yes, you do need an imagination. It's ok for the price - just 10 dirhams but you can't help but think that the Marrakechis are missing a trick here. The whole...More
Personally didn't find this place to be amazing, I maybe stayed here for 15 mins. Very open concept, not much to see & all looks the same.
This is a huge palace and is famous for the storks on the rooftops. Lots of rooms and dungeons which give a taste of what it must have been like in its glory. You can walk though most of the palace. The climb up to...More
Whenever you see movies where ruins are turn to palaces when someone imagines an old story or by time traveling, this is the feeling you get here. Not only the Palace is full of history and information in english, but getting the chance to picture...More
Interesting history and you can imagine the grandeur that once existed there when walking the foundations. The cells/dungeon were disturbing - especially when looking at the chains and collars on display.
A definite must-visit for those looking to cram in some sight-seeing when in Marrakech, the El Badi Palace is beautiful and rich in history. For only 10-20Dirham you're able to walk around the ruins and absorb all of its detailed history. Located just a stones...More