Riad Jomana

62 Arset Aouzal, Bab Doukkala, Medina, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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Hotel Gallia - How to book in advance

by GeBi2010

Hi there,

I am travelling to Marakesh in August and after looking around I find out the hotel Gallia is a descent budget hotel.

Does anyone knows how can I book in advance a room in Hotel Gallia?

Many thanks

Re: Hotel Gallia - How to book in advance

by GeBi2010

Thanks Ranger 49.....very helpful

Regards

GeBi2010

Re: Hotel Gallia - How to book in advance

by nalha

It will be beter for you if you book it with the flight, I have been to Marrakech 5 times and found that if you book it with the flight you get a good deal, however you still can book it when you get there,
many thanks

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

The Pink City

by travelmad478

Marrakesh is one of two cities I've seen (the other is Jaipur, India) that is almost entirely constructed of pink/ochre stone and plaster. The changing light throughout the day creates lovely and varying colors on the buildings.

Wandering the Souks

by Firestar24 about The Souks

The souks are an overcrowded warren of narrow covered streets lined with market stalls & shops. The light is poor but the colours of the displays ensure this area isn't gloomy. Every so often a steady rumble builds from behind accompanied by a shout of "attention" and the crowds part to allow passage for a bony donkey dragging a battered cart laden to overflowing with wares and guided by an aged man, all travelling at breakneck speed.

Every so often a turn will open onto a square and sunlight stings the eyes. More stalls line the squares and displays decorate the centre. Tunnels lead off the area in every direction. This ultra crowded shopping labyrinth at the heart of the Old Medina is a fantastic break from the fire of Djemma El-Fna. You can buy practically anything here - jewellery, crockery, slippers, leatherware (excellent handbags!), herbs & spices, love potions, wooden jigsaws..... It's possible to spend too little or too much on any item here depending on your bartering skills - or so I'm told.... My skills needs honing so I generally end up over-paying!

Tagine Dishes

by Donna_in_India about Local Cuisine

If you like olives do not miss the chicken tagine (or any tagine dish). Made with a thick sauce the chicken and olives are cooked and served in a tagine. Had a delicious meal at one of the restaurants on a side "street" where the post office meets the JEF. Sorry can't remember the name though!

Medina

by iaint

Go on...get in there and give it a go!

Guide books try scare you about getting lost or hassled by the shopkeepers. Forget it. You'll be fine and you'll love it.

Well, I'm here to tell the tale...

It is fascinating. An astonishing array of goods for sale. I got a bargain - 11 postcards for the price of 10. That's about 10% innit? Last of the big spenders, huh!

Beware of motorcyclists buzzing around. They'll avoid you unless you do something daft (like stop suddenly to take a photo). Also watch out for donkey carts.

A map may help the navigation, but with no street/alley signs (or in Arabic only) it's no sure thing. If worried, just ask someone - they're friendly and helpful.

Dar si Said Arts Museum

by mafi_moya

The Museum of Moroccan Arts is housed in Dar si Said - a multi-storey family home that was one of the grandest in Marrakech. It's got an excellent selection of exhibits from all over the country covering a time frame of a thousand years - jewellery, carpets, pottery etc. The displays are in small rooms surrounding a lovely garden courtyard. Exhibits include a 1000 year old Spanish basin and an old staircase used in mosques for preaching.

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Address: 62 Arset Aouzal, Bab Doukkala, Medina, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco