Moroccan tourism minister visits Marrakech

Saturday, September 23, 2023


After a visit to Marrakech’s old medina, especially the Jemaa El Fna square, the Place des Epices and the
Semmarine souk, Fatim-Zahra Ammor, the Moroccan Tourism Minister confirmed that tourist movement in the red city has gone back to its usual pace.

Ammor went to Marrakech and the Al Haouz area to evaluate the state of tourist amenities and allures
impacted by the earthquake. 

The Minister toured numerous tourist places in these two destinations. She said that majority of these places exhibited extraordinary bounciness in the face of the tremor that happened in central Morocco on September 8, even though some had suffered harm requiring overhaul work.

The minister’s attendance in Al Haouz saw her meeting with the region’s people and experts, enquire about their state of affairs, and talk about their occupation requirements, predominantly in the region’s important areas like tourism and craftsmanship, which have a substantial effect in this geographic region.

The minister said that she is full of hope. The Medina remains as amiable as ever, and life has resumed to
normalcy, and tourists are walking down the streets of the ochre city.

She added that in brief, Marrakech is not only safe, it is an open call to understand its exclusive attraction.
The minister also defined how awestruck she was by the resilience of numerous tourist amenities.

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