A trip to Marrakech during the month of Ramadan
Updated: Sep 30
Marrakech is a city that exudes a sense of magic and mystique, and during Ramadan, the city is imbued with an even greater sense of spirituality and celebration. If you're looking to experience Marrakech in a truly unique way, then visiting during Ramadan is a must. And, there's no better place to stay than the stunning Riad Enchanté in the heart of the city's Medina.
During Ramadan, the days are long, and the fast is broken at sunset with a traditional Iftar meal. At Riad Enchanté, you can experience a classical Iftar meal prepared with the freshest ingredients and served in a serene and tranquil setting. The traditional meal consists of dates, harira soup, chebakia (a sweet pastry), and other delicious Moroccan dishes that will tantalize your taste buds.
Aside from the delicious Iftar meal, there are plenty of other experiences to enjoy during Ramadan in Marrakech. One of the highlights is the nightly Tarawih prayers, which are held in mosques throughout the city. The prayers are a solemn and reverential experience that gives you an insight into the spiritual practices of Islam.
Another experience not to miss is the nightly street food markets. As the sun sets, the city's markets come alive with vendors selling traditional Moroccan dishes such as kebabs, tagines, and sweets. The atmosphere is lively and festive, and it's a wonderful opportunity to try some of the local delicacies.
Finally, don't forget to explore Marrakech's famous souks during Ramadan. The markets are open late into the night, and the atmosphere is especially vibrant during the month of Ramadan. From colorful textiles to intricate ceramics, the souks offer a chance to experience the vibrant culture and artistry of Morocco.
In conclusion, visiting Marrakech during Ramadan is an unforgettable experience that provides a unique insight into the city's cultural and spiritual practices. And, there's no better place to stay than the tranquil and luxurious Riad Enchanté. So, pack your bags and head to Marrakech during Ramadan to experience the city's rich culture and spirituality, and indulge in a classical Iftar meal at Riad Enchanté.