DMC MOROCCO, Marrakech's leading DMC conference planner (organiser) and events specialist for incentive travel and conventions. A preferred destination management company and supplier used by international conference organisers worldwide.Marrakech Destination Management DMC
Marrakech is a city in the grip of a delirious imagination, a feverish dreamscape of honeycombed alleys and minarets quivering in the moonlight. Marrakech is one of the world's enchanted places where time becomes suspended and, through its open door, you catch a glimpse of the past so rich and so remote and yet so palpable. The red Marrakech is called so because of the red color of its buildings. Offering 5000 beds in 5-star hotels, Marrakech is a great Conference and Incentive Destination.
Why Event Planning in Morocco & Marrakesh?
Gate of the African world
3 hours flight from Europe, favourite short haul destination
Very moderate Islam as A religion
Very efficient national security system
Young population and welcoming behaviour
Very advanced hospitality politics, tourism being A state priority
Very interesting exchange rate with local currency: 1 $ for 10 DH, 1 € for 11 DH
Very competitive rates and low national inflation
Very efficient national air carrier Royal Air Maroc represented over all Europe, Africa and Americas
Very good flights connection worldwide and coach share with Air France. Iberia and Air Afrique
Efficient hub airport in Casablanca
Short domestic flights 20 to 40 minutes …
Jemaa el Fna, Marrakech’s pulsating main square and one of the worlds great theatres.Palmeraie, palm trees wood, a nice oasis to walk around in the evenings and see the sunsets. Koutoubia,hall-type mosque, 17 aisles and 112 columns covering a total floor area of 5400 square meters, thus among the largest of its kind. PalaisBahia, decorated of carved stucco, carved and painted woodwork and glazed ceramic tile.Menara, true harbor of freshness, an imperial garden of 90 hectares mainly made up of orchards and olive groves.Majorelle Garden, a creative masterpiece, a special shade of bold cobalt blue used extensively in the garden and its buildings. Souks, fromthe jewelry and tapestry to the bazaar and tannery.
One of the worlds enchanted places where time becomes suspended and, through its open door, you catch a glimpse of the past so rich and so remote and yet so palpable. The red Marrakech is called so because of the red color of its buildings.
A beautiful city, located on the Atlantic ocean, it is a modern, clean, safe, and friendly city. What attracts the most due to it’s unique architecture is the mosque of Hassan II. Reportedly, the Biggest mosque in the world, it is worth spending time to go and visit.
The capital of a modern nation, Rabatsymbolises the infinite variety of Morocco. Set in a rich, amber coloured landscape, dotted with distinctive nettle trees, it elegantly combines an ancient history with modern culture. The Kingdom's capital, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, has roots buried deep in a millenniumof history-a city so often coveted by invaders in search of a strategic retreat. Yacoub El Mansour, the Almohad, erected his tents there in the 12th century, before the Merinids left their stamp there in their turn, raising the necropolis of Chellah upon the ancient Roman city of Salé. In the heart of the city stands the Tour Hassan, the last vestige of an unfinished mosque. Behind its marble columns, the Mohammed V Mausoleum engenders solemn respect and serene contemplation.
An exceptional example of a late 18th century fortified town, built according to the principles of contemporary European military architecture in a North African context. Since its foundation, it has been a major international trading seaport, linking Morocco and its Saharan hinterland with Europe and the rest of the world. Essaouira has long been considered as one of the best anchorages of the Moroccan coast. Tourists can discover the combination of ocean views, curving sandy beaches, historic architecture and cultural treasures which make this one of the most beautiful and best loved towns in all Morocco.
At the crossroads of Africa and Europe, the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, is one of the oldest cities in Morocco, Tangier. The Phoenicians and Carthaginians established trading posts there, the Romans made it a capital city, it was occupied by the Arabs and invaded by Vandals and Visigoths and before the Spanish, the Portuguese controlled the town. In the early part of the 20th century, Tangier was an international city whose tax-free status and cosmopolitan image attracted European and American artists and writers. It is a bustling city with an air of mystery surrounding it. Formost visitors that arrive in Morocco by sea, it is their first point of contact with the country.
Availability of cheap flights to Morocco has expanded significantly since the country signed an open skies treaty with the EU in 2006. Morocco is the first country in Africa to enter into an arrangement which creates a completely liberalised airspace, opening up its airports to unrestricted competition.
This has enabled Morocco flights to be offered by both Ryanair and Easyjet, with Thomsonfly also operating some scheduled flights to Morocco, in addition to the charter flights which were already widely available. British Airways franchise partner GB Airways has also significantly increased its range of flights to Morocco.
Despite this liberalisation, most Morocco flights still depart from London, although both Thomsonfly and GB Airways also offer flights to Marrakech and Agadir respectively from Manchester.
Although the choice of direct flights to Morocco from London should make it unnecessary to take connecting flights, you're much less likely to find a direct link from other UK airports.
Beyond major airports such as Marrakesh and Agadir, you're most likely to find connecting flights through Royal Air Maroc's main hub in Casablanca.