Kasbah Tiwaline

Bab Atlas, Palmeraie, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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Getting from Marrakech to Agadir

by joddy63290

We are staying in Marrakech for 5 days to play golf and want to spend 7 days in Agadir, then return to Marrakech airport. Any advice on the best or cheapest option with clubs and luggage

Re: Getting from Marrakech to Agadir

by angiebabe

I would think hiring a grande taxi would be the best way to go about it - I do have a contact who drives taxis in Agadir for the return to Marrakech airport - havent spoken for ages but could give him a call and see if he would or can give info and recommmendations to line one up for you.
Or car rental company who does hireage and excursions - theyd like to hear from me too so they also could be lined up to do a return trip for you from Marrakech.

With the new freeway open now its only 2-2 and half hours travel now with 66 dirham each way for tolls.

Re: Getting from Marrakech to Agadir

by edbartley27

Hi, I am trying to find safe travel for my daughter from Casablanca Airport to Meknes! We have no idea how to do this and our time is running out. She leave early September. Any help you could share would be deeply appreicated.

Parent of Tara,

Re: Getting from Marrakech to Agadir

by angiebabe

You could contact VTer Travolta159 who lives in Fes and does a grande taxi service, unless you are happy with other options you could contact him to pick her up and take her to Meknes.

Re: Getting from Marrakech to Agadir

by cabeyp

The cheapest option is going by bus. CTM or Supratours. These buses have A/C and run regulalrly. Luggage gets a luggage label so you do not need to worry about your stuff. Grand taxi is a possibility but unless you hire the whole car they tend to squeeze in 6 people. So the whole hire will be much higher than going by bus.

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Majorelle gardens

by Bixente

These gardens were laid out in the period when colonialism was still a good word in Europe. In the 1920s the French artist Jacques Majorelle had it made, complete with pools, banana trees, coconut palms, bougainvilleas, and houses in a fantastic dark blue colour.
The gardens have later been taken well care of the French couturier Yves Saint-Luarent, who have added a private museum of North African artefacts.
The gardens serve as a museum, and is open to the public for a normal entrance fee.


by zztop69 about souks

Souk mean market place in Moroccan, souks is a lot of shops in a small streets near jamaa el fna place,

buy carpet, lamps clothes antique deco veil nuts anything. buy carpet, lamps clothes antique deco veil nuts anything.

very interesting carfull, tourist have a special prices so Bargain you re not in Us or europe...Bargain

A safe bet for lunch or dinner

by Renate999 about Chez Chegrouni

One of the restaurants with a rooftop terrace overlooking the Djemaa el Fna. Chegrouni has all the well-known moroccan dishes: the classic tajines, moroccan tomato, onion and coriander salad (don't forget to order one of those!) and of course couscous. However, they do chips (fries, for the American English speakers), omelets and all kinds of other dishes too. Food is good quality, and the service is pretty fast.
The waiter will give you the menu, a piece of paper and a pen. You write down what you want and hand him the paper. When you're done, you'll get your own piece of paper back as the bill! No misunderstandings about what you did or didn't order possible.
Food is slightly more expensive on the rooftop terrace than it is inside the restaurant (ie 60dh for a lamb and prune tajine, instead of 50 dh inside the restaurant) but the view of the square is worth it!
This restaurant is mentioned in just about every guide to Marrakech, but that doesn't mean its all tourists that eat here, you'll see plenty of moroccan people here too! Any of the tajines - they arrive at your table sizzling hot. Mop up the delicious sauce with the bread provided.

La Mamounia Hotel is the most...

by hajin

La Mamounia Hotel is the most glamorous hotel in all of Morocco. Extravagant is the word. Have a drink, have lunch, but know that, as a tourist, you're allowed in, but the Moroccans (like our friends Mohamed and Said) are not.

Mosque of the Almohad Kasbah

by suvanki

Also known as the Kasbah Mosque.

It was built in the 12th century by Yacoub El Mansour.

Its minbar is apparently quite spectacular, being made of sculptured wood, with inlaid mosaics of precious woods and stones.

Unfortunately, non Muslims are prohibited from entering the Mosque, but the outer walls and minaret are worth a glance.

Sights nearby include the Saadian Tombs, Bab Agneau and the Badi Palace.


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Address: Bab Atlas, Palmeraie, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco