Jewish culture has been a part of Morocco since ever. And since Muslims and Jewish people share a lot of common grounds, Jewish monuments are to be found all around Morocco.

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If you’re with Jewish descent, you’ll love Morocco. Fascinating stories and mysteries are waiting to be discovered, and you’ll certainly love the opportunity to explore ancient Jewish monuments that have been around for quite some time.

Jewish travellers will definitely appreciate exploring synagogues, holy zaouias, monuments, historic homes, and cemeteries.

Getting to these places wouldn’t be as troublesome as one would guess. You’ll find Marrakech transfers that’ll take you to these monuments, or if you’re on one of our tours, you’ll be driven to these monuments, briefed on the history, and given a whole lot of memories to reminisce in.

Cities such as Tangier, Casablanca, Fes, Meknes, Marrakech and Essaouira all have strong ties to Jewish heritage and culture. In fact, the first advisor to the late King of Morocco, Hassan II, and the current King, Mohammed VI, is of Jewish descent. And that shows how the two faiths can co-exist peacefully, and build a history that’ll be cherished throughout the course of life.

Fast Track Marrakech 

Arriving in a new country where you don’t speak the language can be a stressful experience. Our fast track Marrakech make life easier for you, by ensuring that you get from the airport to your hotel or final destination as quickly and comfortably as possible.

Marrakech Menara Airport

Marrakech Menara Airport is situated by about 10km from Marrakech city. The terminal has been recently constructed, and features an impressive white facade as you can see on the main picture on this page. The inside of the terminal is light and airy, but during the peak seasons the airport can be a bit hectic. Our Marrakech airport transfer take between 15 and 25 minutes, depending on the time of day and traffic levels. The trip from Marrakech Airport to the Medina is a short and comfortable journey.