Marrakech Jewish Heritage – Private Tour



Delighted by the reconciliation and the resumption of official relations between the Kingdom of Morocco and its brotherly Jewish people, ,Tours and Activities that revolve around the Judeo-Moroccan heritage. Your “Moroccan Jewish Heritage” tour will be an opportunity to discover how Morocco preserves its Judeo-Moroccan cultural heritage. You will thus discover, with your official tour guide, the historical sites of the city, its synagogues and places of worship, mellahs (old jewish neighbourhoods) as well as its cultural and artisanal heritage transmitted from generation to generation. Through this guided tour, you will soak in the values ​​of conviviality, coexistence and cohabitation between Muslims and Jews in Morocco. Values ​​which have contributed throughout the time to the culture and diverse culture of this beautiful peaceful country. During your visit, our guides will be happy to reveal to you the most beautiful secrets of the multicultural and multi-religious history of Morocco, rich in its Jewish heritage, Berber (Amazigh), Andalusian, Roman and Arab influences. Do not hesitate to ask your questions and share your experiences. The more you interact, the more you will discover!

Ages: 0-99
Duration: 3 hours
Start time: check availability

What’s included:
What’s not included:
-Entrance – Salat Al Azama Synagogue
-Admission – Miaara Jewish Cemetery

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Mellah, Marrakech Morocco

The town’s small alleyways were once home to the city’s Jewish community, as evidenced by buildings such as the Lazama Synagogue, which has a tiled courtyard and exhibits on Jewish life, and the quiet Miaara Jewish Cemetery. The bustling Mellah market, which sells meat and fruit, and the Bab Mellah spice souk are also nearby. You can learn more about herbs and spices if you wish when you visit an herbalist. The area is dotted with European-style cafes, Moroccan restaurants, offering grills and tajines.

Stop at: Slat Al Azama Synagogue, Derb Saka, Marrakech 40000 Morocco

Salat al-azamat, like other synagogues built in Morocco, is located in the Mellah and was built around 1492 to serve the Jewish community. It was erected around a central courtyard, and it was a model of traditional architecture. It was only recently renovated: an erzat nachim (women’s gallery) was added to the eastern wall, and the typically movable wooden arch was replaced by a marble arch lining the eastern wall.

Stop at: Miaara Jewish Cemetery, Avenue Taoulat Miara Mellah, Marrakech Morocco

The Jewish cemetery of Miaara, located in the Mellah district, testifies to the long history of Marrakech as a Jewish community. This large space, more than 500 years old, presents burials of basic appearance and of variable sizes, dated from several centuries to a few years. On the left, a slew of anonymous graves testify to the epidemics that ravaged the city, requiring hasty burials.

Stop at: Jemaa el-Fnaa, 38 Jemaa el-Fnaa, Rue El Ksour, Marrakech Morocco

Our accredited guides will show you the souks / markets. Walk through different souks to see craft workshops such as leatherwork, blacksmith…and much more

Stop at: Souk Semmarine, Marrakech 40000 Morocco

Our certified guide will accompany you through the confusing souks/markets of Marrakech and help you find good quality handicrafts if you are interested in shopping in the market or just discovering the workshops of many trades.


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