Riad Myra

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

13, rue Salaj, Batha, Fes, 30000, Morocco
Riad Myra
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 27% less than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples96
  • Solo75
  • Business100

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Ryanair, Luton - Fes

by Rif-For-Anyone

Has anyone tried booking a Ryanair flight Luton to Fes in November?
I can't get any flight to come up, all other route look fine.

Paul

Re: Ryanair, Luton - Fes

by CAPTUREDGYPSYNY

hello,
my sister and i are backpackers from nyc. we are looking for extremely cheap tickets from nyc to any of these places;
london
spain
morocco.
she wants spain, i want morocco, but we think we can get cheapest cickets to london (?) then take ryan air (?) and or ferry to morocco/spain.
can you help us with any info??
we've never taken ryan air. thank you so much for the info.

Re: Ryanair, Luton - Fes

by Rif-For-Anyone

Don't know.
Heard something about them not signing some EU free-air treaty bolockies, but wasn't meant to be affecting existing flights.

Re: Ryanair, Luton - Fes

by angiebabe

have you checked prices with ba.com to fes as at times theyve got prices that are comparable with the budget airlines without as much crap as comes with ryanair.

Re: Ryanair, Luton - Fes

by sueshearer

Also try Royal Air Maroc - I got flights for 75 British Pounds return from London, which was cheaper than Ryanair or easyJet.

Re: Ryanair, Luton - Fes

by Rif-For-Anyone

Cheers everyone.
The deals are better than Ryanair, these are class people.
I didn't bother checking thinking it would be tres cher!

Re: Ryanair, Luton - Fes

by Richard1967

Ryan have pulled the route I went Feb and last month 1st cost me £40 and the 2nd £60 inc taxes such a shame not sure other cariers are as cheap and not sure why people dislike RA ? they are efficient and cheap what else is their ??

Travel Tips for Fes

The guy with the mattress

by barryg23

As we were walking along Talaa Seghir, one of the main streets of the medina, we got delayed behind a guy trying to carry a huge mattress on a small cart. The mattress kept sliding off, so every few metres he had to stop, lift it back on to the cart and reposition it. To make it more difficult he was going slightly uphill. After dropping it about 4 or 5 times, some tourists offered to help the poor guy but he refused, struggling on alone. Most of the locals seemed to be laughing at him. I hope he doesn't have to do this every day!

Andalus Mosque

by barryg23

The first real sight we saw on our tour around Fes el-Bali was the Andalus Mosque, in the heart of the Andalus Quarter, one of the oldest parts of the medina. I was still struggling to get to grips with how our guide pronounced English (he spoke extremely fast!) so I didn't take in too much of what he told us about the mosque. Unfortunately we could only admire it from outside, as, like all the mosques in Fes, it was closed to non-muslims.

CTM bus to Al-Hoceima

by earthflyer

CTM have 1 bus departing for Al-Hoceima.

Journey time 6 hours.

Tickets are around 90 dirhams plus 5 dirhams for luggage.

All buses depart from the CTM Bus Station near Place Hussein de Jordanie next to the mosque.

Please use prices as a rough guide only.

Batha Museum

by yoshimi

Museum about pottery from Morocco. Collections are OK. The palace, 100 years old, is in bad condition, it needs to be restored!.
Price: 20 Dh/pers (US$2)
Open daily expect on Tuesdays, 8:30am - 12pm / 2:30pm - 6:30pm

Zawiyya Moulay Idriss II

by iaint

This is the mausoleum of Moulay Idriss II - the son of the founder of the country's first dynasty - and a highly significant place for all Moroccans.

Although it may have been his father, he is often credited with founding the city.

Non-Muslims are not allowed to enter, but you can (as I did) take a picture from the entrance.

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