Riad Aliya

10, derb Akerkour, Quartier Kasbah, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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  • Solo100
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marjan supermarket

by frotrik

Does anyone know the adress (or location) of the marjan supermarket in marrakech? and how to get there easiest?
Thanks in advance!

Re: marjan supermarket

by angiebabe

By taxi - the small petite taxis. about 15 dirham there. 15 dirham back. Its on the road to Casablanca. Theres also a new one now on the road to Essaouira but all the taxi drivers will know the main original one.

Theres also the Acima supermarket in the middle of the Gueliz that might be almost as good but I am sold on the have everything and get mesmerised for 2 hours original huge Marjane.

Re: marjan supermarket

by frotrik

thanks for the information!

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Dress appropriately

by sunlovey

"When in Rome..." are words to live by. Especially here. It is important that when travelling to Morocco you dress respectfully, as a male or female. You will stick out like a (rude) sore thumb amongst the locals if you prance around in skimpy tank tops and minskirts.

For women: It's best not to wear low-cut tops, to reveal your shoulders or to wear pants/skirts above the knee, the longer the better. Some tourists are doing it despite it being offensive to many. Rise above.

For men: Pants are pretty much a must. Shorts will not be seen on a single local man. Shirts with sleeves (at least short sleeves) on top. Most locals are wearing long sleeves.

Ryanair plane to Marrakesh

by silvia-m.b

Some time ago Ryanair opened this destination from Girona. We took BCN-RAK on 7th Jan at 17.45-19.05 (There is 1 hour of difference in destination as happens in Islas Canarias)
To come back 13th Jan at 17.50-21.10
The price per person was around 150€. Paying 18 eur of apt check in fee, 18 eur more for cc payment and the last 18 € as priority board (this 18 € prices are for 3 people; 6x3)

The No-Name Cafe

by barryg23 about Cafés

One of our favourite cafes in the medina was this nameless place just before the turn off on Rue Bab Agnaou for Hotel Central Palace. They specialise in yoghurts and fruit drinks , and the prices are so good you'll keep coming back for more. A pint glass sized fruit cocktail cost only 13Dh, while you can get a fresh yoghurt or smoothie for 4Dh. You could also try their signature bamboo juice, at 5Dh a glass.

Koutoubia

by barryg23

The Koutoubia mosque is the one you can't fail to miss given its tall minaret and its prime location, southwest of the main square, Djemma el-Fna. It looks great at night from the square. We could only admire it from the outside, as, like most mosques in Morocco, it's not open to non-Muslims

Nearly 70 metres high and built in in classic Moroccan style (width:height ratio of 1:5) the Minaret is the most prominent landmark in the city and, given the lack of high buildings, it’s visible from quite a distance away. The mosque was built following the Almohad reign in the 12th century and it quickly set the standard for other mosques in the country.

Marrakech - For a few Dirhams more !

by MichaelFalk1969

Marrakech: smells, colours, noise, heat, dust, and a whirlwind of humanity in between. The mere name of the city itself radiates images of the exotic orient.

Marrakech: A historic city that you have to get used to, as it can be fascinating and enjoyable yet annoying and intimidating at the same time. For me, this contrast was the biggest attraction of Marrakech: Like plunging into the chaotic Souk or Djemaa al Fnaa square, and then returning to the quiet solitude of your riad.

The attitude of (many) locals to consider any tourist as a walking wallet ("hello my friend - where are you from - welcome to morocco - special price, only today") and their faked friendliness sometimes distracts from the beauty of Marrakech. It is part of the experience, so you will have to get used to it.

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Address: 10, derb Akerkour, Quartier Kasbah, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco