Riad Adika

286 Derb Sidi Bouamar, Quartier Riad Laârouss, Marrakech, 40008, Morocco
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riad adika?

by michelleheath

Has anyone stayed at Riad Adika? Any info please.

many thanks

RE: riad adika?

by robine

No, but I suggest that you check out www.tripadvisor.com

riad adika, riad mehdi, dar anika or riad l'orangerie

by jaishree

Does anyone know by foot how far these riads are from the main square? and also which is the best riad with nice rooms out of these?
many thanks

PS i have gone to trip advisor and all the other usual websites. just thought id see what anyone here thinks!

RE: riad adika, riad mehdi, dar anika or riad l'orangerie

by SoleilVA

I don't know those riads, but I can recommend La Maison Arabe, which is within the medina and easy walking distance from Jmaa el Fnaa, the main square.

RE: riad adika, riad mehdi, dar anika or riad l'orangerie

by reets123

hey, I don't know about those riads either-sorry! but i recently stayed in a charming guesthouse 5 minutes from the main square called riyad al moussika which i found from a uk company called african rooms i think thats the name anyway! hope that helps- good luck with your search :)

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Koutoubia During a Full Moon

by tafurojo

I was fortunate enough to be in Marrakesh during a full moon. You can get some good shots of the mosque if you have a decent camera and a tripod. Unfortunately I didn't have a tripod but I made the best of the situation.

Hunja at Hassan's

by tini58de about Street Vendors

Hunja is a hot - and I mean hot! tea made out of ginseng with cloves, ginger and cinnamon and probably a handful of other spices. Delicious, especially on a cold evening! It is usually served together with some sort of chocolate cake, which was not quite my kind of taste, but an adventure nevertheless!

Don't miss hunja while you are in Marrakesh! We enjoyed it at Hassan's stall Nr. 70 at the Djemaa el Fna!

Djemma el Fna - The Square

by Sambawalk

Your trip to Marrakesh is not complete without visiting Djemma el Fna. Your travel guide book tells you all actions and activities that they have here in the square. Mostly I would say virtually everything. Be careful your your personal belongings and touts during the day and particularly at night.

One acvtivity for tourists is to go to those restaurants with a roof top, where you can have an ariel view of the square. The one that I visited and took those pics? I forget the name unfortunately.

Saadian tombs

by travelmad478

The Saadian complex contains tombs of dozens of princes and other royals from the reign of Ahmed al-Mansour. The walled complex contains several buildings and a garden, right in in Marrakesh's old city. Amazingly, these tombs were "lost" between the 16th century and 1917, when they were rediscovered by a group of World War I pilots. Since then, they have been restored.

Heading up the Atlas Mountains

by aaaarrgh

"In the foothills of the High Atlas"

Aremd - our mountain base for 4 days. A thriving community wrapped around the entire hill. About an hour's walk from the town of Imlill.

Gite d'Etape in centre of view.

See my Aremd Page.

"Beast Ahoy!!"

On the narrow paths of the Atlas Mountains, beasts have the right of way over humans. I guess a donkey with 100kg of tourist gear on its back retains no sense of humour.

Here a group stops to let some donkeys go past.

"On top of the world"

Meanwhile, 14000 feet up on Mount Toubkal, you can sometimes see as far as the Atlantic Ocean (if the a***hole in the red top would get out the way :-)

I was annoyed that, after 2 days climbing, I could see Aremd quite clearly from the top :-))


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Address: 286 Derb Sidi Bouamar, Quartier Riad Laârouss, Marrakech, 40008, Morocco