Auberge de Tameslohte

Douar Laaouina, Bp 80 Tameslohte, Marrakech, 40013, Morocco
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How much is the cheapest fare to go to Marrakech bus station from Marrakech Airport

by Freelancer1000000

hi there..

1. How much is the cheapest fare to go to Marrakech bus station from Marrakech Airport? With what method?

2. Is there only 1 Marrakech Airport?

Re: How much is the cheapest fare to go to Marrakech bus station from Marrakech Airport

by cgf

1) it might be there are no buses if you were not with a tour
there will be taxis are available to take you to the city in about 10-15minutes.

2) Oui

Re: How much is the cheapest fare to go to Marrakech bus station from Marrakech Airport

by windcity

30Dirhams by airport bus to the Djemma el Fna and if you really wanted to you could walk to the bus station at Bab Dukkala, if not a petite taxi would cost around 8Dh. Make sure the meter is on, and have the right change.

Re: How much is the cheapest fare to go to Marrakech bus station from Marrakech Airport

by angiebabe

the airport bus goes directly into the city centre and then continues on further stopping at the bus station. unless prices have just gone up I paid 20 dirham in Feb this year.
taxis from the airport are sharks and were determind to charge 150 dirham when I was there dispute whatever I said - and that was for the little petit taxis. if theres a few of you with luggage then its worth haggling with a grande taxi (the big mercedes taxis that have more room) and can be better for haggling than the little taxis with ripoff drivers (theyre fine in the city - just the ones out at the airport are determined to get as much tourist money as possible)

Ive written a few tips in my Marrakech page.

Re: How much is the cheapest fare to go to Marrakech bus station from Marrakech Airport

by windcity

I am reliably informed that the bus from the airport now costs 30DH, But I didn't know it went to the bus station. Thanks for that.

Re: How much is the cheapest fare to go to Marrakech bus station from Marrakech Airport

by kmooz

1.less than 2 euros 50...
first you will have to take the bus from the airport to the Jamah el fna place and then from there take a little taxi to the central bus station

2. only one yes, the international one

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Safety

by keeweechic

There is no need to take extra precautions than you would normally in any other large city. There is an apparent police force around as well as those not in an identifying uniform especially in the Medina. Pickpockets will always be around, wherever you are so take care with your belongings.

Argan Oil

by tini58de about Local Products

Before I went to Marrakesh I had never ever even heard of Argan oil, but I came back with 4 bottles of it in my suitcase.

The Argan tree grows only in Morocco and only near Marrakesh and Essaouira. It cannot be cultivated! So it is a very unique and rare tree which does not have fruits regularly. But if it does, they make the most wonderful oil out of it. This oil has a nutty taste to it and has more vitamins and healthy oleins in it than any other oil!

People use it as well for cooking purposes (salads for instance, I believe heating it up is not advisable), as well as for medical treatments and cosmetic purposes. Argan oil is VERY expensive (for the above reasons). In the suqs they will sell it for about 120 DH (= 12 Euro) for a 250 ml bottle, but thanks to VT friend Jean Louis (JLBG) I found Argan oil for 45 DH/250 ml (= 4,50 ?) in the supermarket Marjane in the outskirts of Marrakesh.

Write your own order and reap the tasty rewards

by sunlovey about Chez Chegrouni

You'll notice scraps of paper and pens/pencils on most every table. Once you're given your menu and decided what you want, simply write the items down (in French or English) on the paper and hand it to the waiter. You'll marvel over how affordable this place is and how tasty the food happens to be.

Also a three-level restaurant with views of Djemma el Fna, the ground floor boasts a row of seating in the front that faces the square for optimum people watching and picture snapping.

Once you're done with your meal the waiter will hand you the slip of paper you've orginally written your order on with prices written out to the side of each item and a total at the bottom. I thought this system was quite cool.

Recommended by Lonely Planet if that means anything to you... Flavorful coucous dish with chicken, sauteed onions, raisins and chick peas
Moroccan salad of spiced up (full of spice but not HOT) tomatoes and onions that you eat with bread... could eat this every day
Crispy pomme frites!
Omlettes!?!??! Tim had one and seemed to enjoy it quite a bit

Menu items are incredibly low priced here, from the 6- 40 dirham range.

Mausoleum of Lalla Zohra

by toonsarah

In front of the Koutoubia Mosque, and easily overlooked in the shadow of its more famous neighbour and among the constant traffic on Avenue Mohammed V, is this small building. This gleaming white koubba or mausoleum, which has long been sealed on all sides, houses the body of Lalla Zohra. Part real, part myth, Lalla was the daughter of a slave and religious leader, and was said to transform herself into a dove each night. Many women of Marrakesh still half believe this legend and some dedicate their children to her. These children do not eat pigeon as is otherwise common practice, out of respect for Lalla’s half-life as a dove.

Ali Ben Youssef Medersa- View from student cell

by suvanki

This Medersa is unique, in that some of the rooms have windows overlooking the outside streets. I don't know if the students had much opportunity to leave the medersa during their stay there, but this would give a view on the outside world.

After wandering around the students cells, I realised that you could get quite a good view of the street life below, without being observed :-) so spent quite a while visiting each of the rooms to find the one with the best view.

One overlooks a shop that appeared to sell beads and had a chameleon in a cage, (unfortunately I forgot to use the infinity button on my camera, so didn't get the photo I'd hoped for) others overlook the street near the entrance to the medersa. (which is where this picture was of)

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Address: Douar Laaouina, Bp 80 Tameslohte, Marrakech, 40013, Morocco