Riad Ineslisa

3 Derb Boualilou - Sidi Ben Slimane, Marrakech, 40008, Morocco
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Forum Posts

Casablanca trip

by mdbkw

Hi
We are staying in Marrakesh later this week and would like to take a day trip to Casablanca by train. Is this possible with enough time for a look around the city?

Thanks

Martin

Re: Casablanca trip

by CliffClaven

There are trains from Marrakesh to Casablanca every two hours from 5 a.m. until 9 p.m. Journey time is about three hours. Check the Moroccan Railways website for more details:

www.oncf.ma

Re: Casablanca trip

by laney6

hi martin, hope you enjoy marrakesh. could you let me know how you get on in casablanca. i will be visiting in september and would also like to do the trip. thanks, elaine

Re: Casablanca trip

by suzyM23

I would make Casablanca an overnight trip, as you'll spend a total of six hours on the train. By the way, you haven't really seen Morocco until you've traveled by train. It's a real trip! (pun intended)

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

French Style Street Signs

by barryg23

Though Morocco has been independent for over 50 years, there are still plenty of signs that it was once a French colony. Practically every town of major size ahs a Ville Nouvelle, built by the French, while in some large cities there are Maisons de Culture and other French buildings. In Marrakech, I spotted these street signs (see picture) on Avenue Mohammed V, just outside the medina, which are very like the signs you see in French streets.

teh trains are not on time

by sunnysarah

While researching online before I went, I saw a post or two saying the train fromCasablanca to Marrakseh was an hour late. It was when we took it as well. Going TO Casablanca from Marrakesh, our train from l'Oasis to the airport was late, as well.
Just plan for this and skip the tight connections

CAFE ARGANA
At the left as you...

by SirRichard

CAFE ARGANA
At the left as you enter the Square from the Koutubia. One of the best terraces to see the activity in the Djema el Fnaa Square. The 1st floor is the best terrace, from the 2nd you can't see much, though is quieter. If you wanna go there to see the sunset, go in advance, as it gets really crowded in the evenings. 75% of the 1st floor terrace is only for dinner, so you'll get more chances to get a place if you go there to eat that if you only want to have a tea.

Ali Ben Youssef Medersa

by Sambawalk

It is a peaceful and meditative place with absolutely stunning stucco decoration. Upon entrance you can see the 10th century marble basin in the courtyard. The Medersa is the largest theological college in the Maghreb and was built in 1565. Upstairs have students' cells where a small window is open to the courtyard. Admission Dh20.

Marrakesh

by Redang

This city is another must in Morocco. The Medina is great, but above all, from my point of view, Place Jemaa El-Fna (UNESCO World Heritage) it's amazing all day long.

Experience a Riad in La Medina, it's fabulous! I know that it can be a bit disturbing to hear, in the middle of the night, calling to pray, but it's something that maybe you will never experience any more, just once in a lifetime, but don't worry, the morning after, this yummy breakfast will be waiting for you to repair your pains. For more, go to Accommodation & Hotel Tips.

Mosque in La Medina.

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Address: 3 Derb Boualilou - Sidi Ben Slimane, Marrakech, 40008, Morocco