Morocco — the clay colored buildings, narrow mazes of the souks with market goods spilling out into the alleyways, sand colored camels and intricately tiled mosques — is beautiful and photogenic.
It’s as enchanting in real life as it is in pictures. Morocco is actually as stunning as the photos you see on Instagram. The city of Marrakech in particular has been the recipient of an influx of tourists, all with cameras in hand. It's a photographer’s retreat, a design lover’s heaven, and an Instagramer’s paradise.
The colors of the Red City draw you in, especially — but not solely — at the hotels. It’s as if each riad (Morocco’s version of a bed and breakfast) was decorated meticulously by an interior designer. Though there is much more to Marrakech, and Morocco in general, then snapping a photo. Sitting at the very top of Africa, Morocco is rich in culture, spice, and a devoted religious community.
Whether you visit Marrakech to mingle with a different social group or tantalize your taste buds with Chicken Tangine and couscous, you will photograph it. For inspiration, here are some of the most Instagramable spots in Marrakech.