Riad Azalia

Riad Zitoune Kdim Derb Jamaa No 66, Marrakech, Morocco
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Marrakesh with small children

by EmmaM4

My husband and I are looking to travel to Marrakesh in March for 5 days. We have a 4 year old son and 2 year old twin daughters - is Marrakesh child-friendly enough for them? We are not expecting zoos, toy shops etc as they are pretty well travelled and just enjoy the sight and sounds but just wanted some advice re food, general attitude, safety etc?

RE: Marrakesh with small children

by JamalMorelli

Re: The kids. The famous Jemna il Fenn really will provide them with a lot of great memories. And the Gnawa musicians (like so many Moroccans) are lovely with kids and get them to participate in the dancing, etc.
Nsha'allah, the more knowledgable Marrakesh goers will log in soon.
Dig on as well as all the lovely Marrakesh pages
and www.triotours.com

For general safety, attitudes, etc.

RE: Marrakesh with small children

by vrbanja

you can find all the information you need on Africa FAQ and then choose Morocco.it will tell you basicly all you wanna know about traveling to Morocco including traveling to this country with children.good luck

RE: Marrakesh with small children

by shelteringsky

Marrakesh is very child friendly,as is the rest of morocco.Your children will be kissed,petted,picked up,entertained by waiters in restaurants,people in the street,lavished with affection at your hotel.Lots of toys shops,selling action man,train sets,and things that make annoying noises.In the souk everything is an aladins cave which will entertain them and you.Food,well ,no fish fingers,but plenty of chips and presumably they will eat what you eat.You can buy baby food in the supermarkets Marjane,Aswak asalam,and Asima,just jump in a taxi and say the name.

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

The Atlas Mountains

by 43beckos

A trip to the Atlas mountains offers a respite from the baking heat of summer in Marrakesh.

As you travel along the roads into the mountains, the air becomes much cooler and pleasent.

The drive is amazing travelling through Berber Villages and past Kasbahs , and by the time you are half way up the mountain, you can see plenty of Marrakech familes cooling off in the river, and then the riverbank seems to come alive with people offering camel rides, horse rides and various moroccan snacks. Some bars even set up tables in the river to offer the ultimate in riverside dining.

If you are planning to walk up to the waterfalls, take sturdy footwear, as the rocks are very slippy.

The only problem with the river and the Atlas mountains is that whilst it is naturally beautiful, vistors to it are not taking care of this enviroment. The banks and the middle of the river are strewn with empty plastic bottles and plastic bags, and in the areas around the riverside cafes, coke cans and sweet wrappers are everywhere.

If you are planning...

by SirRichard

If you are planning to visit Ouarzazate and Zagora, rent a 4x4 car. Though the road from Marrakesh to Ouarzazate - Zagora - M'hamid is fully paved, you'll need this kind of car for getting a bit deeper and enjoy the landscapes more.
The cheapest option is take a bus to Ouarzazate or Zagora and there rent the car. You won't really need it till Ouarzazate, and besides, the agencies are more expensive in Marrakesh.

An evening strolling around on...

by shellseeker

An evening strolling around on Djemaa Square is an unforgettable experience. Every single night again!
There is so much to see and do and eat and listen too... story tellers, hawker stalls, wise men, artistic groups, theatre, snakes,...

Lovely Palace

by chrisvandenbroucke

Well, the Bahia is a lovely palace, no doubt about it but when you've done a lot of interesting places in the same day, a certain kind of 'overdon'' begins to work.
Once again, you have a nice courtyard with nice tiles and a fountain but you've seen it already a few times today.

As you can see in the picture, the kids were glad they had a comfortable coach...

Marrakesh: the red city.

by DanielF

Marrakesh, the red city, is Morocco's top destination. It is the gate to the imposing Atlas Mountains and to the Moroccan Sahara, a main crossroads of the old commercial routes in Northern Africa and one of Marocco's imperial cities.

How it has managed to keep its charm and Oriental exotism in spite of the thousands of tourists, is beyond my understanding. But it has, in this place you still can believe you are living a tale of the one thousand and one nights. In spite of the superb lodging facilities, there were surely a few inconveniences we had to endure here as tourists during our first visit as quasi teenagers. But that is nothing a shrewd tourist should worry about.


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