SOUK CUISINE: cooking with Souk Cuisines starts at 10:00am and finishes around 4:00pm. Cost is about 50 Euros per person plus tip for the dadas. Book in advance.
Souks: get lost in the souks, buy a carpet, shop for lanterns and leather shoes.
Ben Youssef Medersa: the Islamic college has some of the most impressive architecture in Marrakesh.
Majorelle Garden: for a break from bustling and hot Marrakesh, visit the gardens that Yves Saint Laurent gifted to the city he fell in love with.
As the sun sets, grab a seat on the rooftop of Cafe de France and watch has the main square of the medina, Jemaa El Fna, transforms into food stalls and street performers. If you're brave, grab some food at the food stalls. Don't drink the fruit juices or eat uncooked vegetables.
Cafe Clock: if you want to try camel, head to this cafe and try a camel burger, which to me, tastes just like a regular burger.
Pepe Nero: Moroccan food is delicious, but as with everything, days straight of the same thing can get tiring. Head to the newly opened Pepe Nero for an Italian-Moroccan fusion. The building it's in is worth the trip itself.
Royal Mansour: the hotel is breathtakingly beautiful but at $800/night, out of my budget. So we did the next best thing and went for some very expensive drinks. It was worth it. You are waited on by white gloved waiters and treated like Royalty.