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Ave Hassa II, Chefchaouen, 91000, Morocco
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how to and costs ceuta to chefchaouen

by M&P

hello to all,
Can you please tell me the easiest way for three of us to travel this route?
costs of taxis or buses? how long will it take?
thanking you in anticipation:-)
thanks Mandy

Re: how to and costs ceuta to chefchaouen

by venoquine

Hi, I have never seen a bus runing between Ceuta ( sebta in arabic) and chechaouen.I used to take a taxi from the border to the village of M'Dik, about 40 mn, then another taxi or hitch hike from M'dik or Tetouan to chefchaouen.

Re: how to and costs ceuta to chefchaouen

by simoroc

Hi Mandy,

I found a website that deals with the North of Morocco that has lots of information regarding travel in the North and information on Chefchaouen, Tetouan and Sebta (Cueta). I hope it helps http://www.simplymorocco.com/

Regards

Rita

Travel Tips for Chefchaouene

blue sky ,green fields

by michelito

hi,i've been so' many times in casa-chaouen ,there is in casa :rue leon african ctm garage a bus 4:00pm.price 150dh.about 5hrs.you get to tatouan bus station then you get taxi to reach chaouen 2hrs.price around 250dh. blue sky,tracking,green fields

General Info

by Redang

* Tourism Office:
30 Av. Mohammed V

- Tel.: (+212) 39 96 19 15

Useful websites:
- www.tourismetangertetouan.com
- www.estrechodegibraltar.com/chauen.htm
- www.turismomarruecos.com
- www.turismomarruecos.com/entrada/set.html
- www.tourisme-marrocain.com
- www.maroc.net
- www.maroc.ma
- www.tourism-in-morocco.com

Beware Traffic!

by kit_mc

The streets of the Medina are thin, windy and steep and don't really lend themselves to motorised transport, so you'll often find that you're throwing yourself against a wall to avoid a donkey weighed down with virtually anything. I think this one was delivering large gas canisters. It can be quite a surprise just how quietly donkey and owner can creep up behind you unheard!

While it can be a bit sad to see these animals so burdened down, I have to say that in Chefchaouen they looked a lot healthier than donkeys I'd seen elsewhere in Morocco.

Keep an eye out where you're stepping in the Medina too. Donkeys don't tend to give much warning when they need the toilet!

Plaza Hauta

by kit_mc

This small square is in the north west of the Medina. I wondered if maybe it might have some secret undiscovered perfect cafe away from the tourist centre. It's a pleasant enough square, though much more run down than the main areas and thus actually a bit difficult to photograph without showing the graffiti and some really ugly wheelie bins!

A few tea houses line one side of the square. These seemed fairly empty during the day and so I cam back in the evening to see if the square was any livelier. To be honest, it was a bit livelier, in that the cafes were full of local men. The looks we got from locals suggested that this area is somewhere tourists normally go though, so we decided to make our way back to the main square and our favourite cafe there for a mint tea with heaps of sugar.

When I took this photo it reminded me that I was spending too much time looking at the ground trying to avoid touts and that I should keep my eyes up, and look at the mountains!

Grand Mosque

by kit_mc

Somewhat dominating the large main square of Plaza Uta el-Hammam in the Medina, is the Grand Mosque. This mosque built in the 1400's has a pink and white octagonal tower visible from most parts of the Medina. Such a minaret isn't terribly common - you can become very used to rather plain minarets of white offset with green or yellow strips of patterns.

A bird's eye view of the mosque can be had from the tower of the Kasbah next door, but this isn't terribly revealing. As with most mosques in Morocco this one is closed to non-Muslims, however, at the time of writing (Nov 2006) the mosque appeared to be closed to everyone, to allow for ongoing renovations.

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