Hotel club Eldorador Palmeraie

Marrakech, Morocco
Eldorador Club Palmeraie
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Tours out of Marrakesh

by alisonel

We are thinking of going to Marrakesh for a week in February. Can any recommend a tour for 2days/ 1 night or 3 days / 2 nights - whats best? How do we book? What price - we are on low budget so as cheap as`possible?

thanks

Ali

Re: Tours out of Marrakesh

by john9159

I have sent you some info by e-mail, hope this helps.

Re: Tours out of Marrakesh

by divandrea

Well, I'm not sure how tight your budget is, but try Maroc Online (maroconline.ma). They do several 2 day / 1 night or 3 day / 2 night trips from Marrakesh going into the desert. I did the 3 days Merzouga trip - absolutely stunning! The dunes are much higher, more impressive than the ones in Zagora (that you can however do in 2 days / 1 night from Marrakesch). We spent a night in a tent in the middle of the desert - absolutely breathtaking! Our trip was very well organised, the guide really knew his way around places, I can highly recommend this company.

Re: Tours out of Marrakesh

by billi160

hi john sorry i didnt get any email
colhamb@hotmail.com

Re: Tours out of Marrakesh

by alisonel

thanks everyone - will look into it some more when we get flights etc..\booked

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

medina

by jujub

Check out the medina, don't worry about getting lost in the maze of streets and alleys because.... you will get lost, it is inevitable. So, since it is gonna happen (unless you have a great, terrific sense of navigation), enjoy, check out all the shops, and ladies: just smile and keep on walking if you hear catcalls! if someone approaches you and you want to get rid of them, just pretend you don't understand what they are saying and keep on walking.

Baskets

by johnsakura about Local Products

You will find lots of places selling these kind of baskets. Usualy made by women, they usually also sell them walking by the streets moving place to place. baskets. they need to be put inside water no to dry out and break.

outdoors

by iwys about Djemaa el Fna food stalls

There are many food stalls in Djemaa el Fna, and every visitor should try to eat there at least once. It is part of the Marrakech experience. The food is cheap - usually DH30 for a main dish, such as tajine or couscous- but not especially good. The vendors tend to use the cheapest possible ingredients and as little meat as possible. I had a pastilla (pigeon pie) here, which had no more than a teaspoonful of pigeon in it. It was nearly all pastry. Nevertheless it was a fun place to sit.

Djemaa el-Fna Square

by brewjohnson

This square used to be the cultural center of this area of Morocco. Hundreds of years ago, nomads would come from hundreds of miles away to trade their goods here. When you stroll around, you'll feel like not much has changed in all those years. You'll wander past magicians, fire-breathers, snake-charmers, beggars, and just about anything else you can imagine. It is an amazing sight to see. There are also many food stands where you can sample unbelievable Moroccan cuisine. During the day the square isn't as active, but surrounding the area is a maze of souks, where you can spend hours upon hours wandering through the labyrinth of passages and shops. Just remember, the Moroccans are master salesman, and you could easily find yourself leaving with more than you wanted.

PALACE EL BADI
You can enter...

by SirRichard

PALACE EL BADI
You can enter this old palace from the Ferblantiers Square. Entrance 10 Dh. This old palace is only ruins of brick walls, so unless you have plenty of time, is much better to see the nearby 'La Bahia' palace. The only interesting thing there is the mosque tower, but you'll have to pay extra to visit it.

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