Riad Dixneuf La Ksour

Derb Sania No. 16, Bab Ksour, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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Forum Posts

trip to Atlas

by vietmark

I'm thinking of renting a car in Marrakesh to make a 3day trip to the Atlasmountains (and maybe Essaouira) on my own.(first week of may) Is this a good idea or not and if yes where should i go and where could i stay. Thanks for all your suggestions.

Re: trip to Atlas

by cabeyp

This is a brilliant idea and can easily be done. Finding accommodation depends on your budget. i can give you good tips for €20 - 45/night (double) in both places
If you want to sepnd more you can but there's no need to

Re: trip to Atlas

by angiebabe

Hi, I dont agree that driving in Morocco is difficult. It can be slightly hair raising in Marrakech, but not particularly - if I can, who comes from a country where we drive on the other side of the road, on the second time ever driving on the other side of our normal, pick up a rental car from the middle of Paris and head off out of town in a city with traffic far more hectic than 'Morocco' then Im sure you can drive in Morocco! and doesnt compare to places such as Cairo, India, cities in China.

As for redlights, bicycles, motorbikes - these are commonly found when driving in other countries around Europe and the world!

and I love driving in Morocco! Ive driven frequently and around a lot of Morocco - day and night. Good defensive driving skills as with driving anywhere is what mainly helps. Watching whats around you, driving appropriately for the conditions and you should settle in and become comfortable.

but first week of May now - so you might already be there! All the best and have a roam around some of my tips if youve not left yet - particularly Telouet, Ouarzazate, Morocco, Dades pages.

Re: trip to Atlas

by iwys

You asked where you should go and stay. Definitely go to Essaouira. It's wonderful, and stay at Maison d'Hotes Mounia. Another place I'd highly recommend visiting is Ait Benhaddou, where you could stay at Auberge La Baraka or Hotel La Kasbah. You can actually travel to Eassaouria or through the Atlas Mountains cheaply and easily using local buses, which is what I did.

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Folk danses

by solopes

In Portugal we use to say that "one image speaks more than 1000 words". Having that in mind, and more than 1000 pictures to post, I decided to change my behaviour, posting the pictures as soon as they are ready, and adding the comments later.
Don't get mad on me - I'm glad to share my pictures with you, and the comments will be added soon.

Walk in Jamaa Al-Fna

by johnsakura about Jamaa Al-Fna

Just go for a walk on the main square and get crazy.
This is a very special place full of confusion, action, everthing takes place on this square. Do you want a small taste? here it goes:
horses
motorcycles
monkeys
snakes
flautes
drums
drums
guitars
acrobats
gnawa musicians
more monkeys
dentists
hundreds of moroccan people
hundreds of tourist
thousands of pick pockets
undercover police force
guides
japanese
40 restaurants
10 snails street vendors
50 orange juice street vendors
craft shops
clothes shops
restaurants
street book sellers
music CD/tapes street sellers
cars
crazy people
beggars
hotels
panorama hotels
phone cabins
female prostitutes
male prostitues
fire spiters
bottle game
street musicians
berber people from the mountains
magicians
medicin men
umbrellas
more pick pockets

do you need more?
more oranges
more monkeys
more horses
music
lights
people
smoke
intense
smell of grilled meat
smeel of cooked snails
tea
mint
dates
fire
uff...
just go there

Excellent cous cous

by xaver about Ali

Here I can reccomend Hotel ali's restaurant, very cheap but really crowded, the street food in the Meidina is excellent or the restaurant with the terrace on Place Jemaa el Fna, but they are pretty expensive, let's say that you pay also the view on the square. Ali's cous cous was superb.

GARDENS EVERYWHERE

by alyf1961

The Moroccans love gardens. There are gardens everywhere with people strolling through them.
Avenue Mohammed v has a garden down the middle of it; it must be a couple of miles long.
My favourite general garden was by the walls near Bab Nkob.

Hire A Caleche

by suvanki

Caleches are the horse drawn carriages seen all over Marrakesh. They are a good way to get around the city, and offer a different view of the city.

I hired one to go to the Majorelle Gardens, which made the experience more special for me!

It costs 80dh for an hour (2005) You can hire for a single short journey too (which might be cheaper than a taxi)

Check your price first though! I asked the price from Djemma el Fnaa to Ben Yusseff Medressa, expecting to be charged 11 dh, I was quoted 60dh! I didn't bother with this caleche owner! I decided to walk instead, but would have probably got the normal rate from another calechee!

Please see my transport tips for more info and photos

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Address: Derb Sania No. 16, Bab Ksour, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco