Riad Libitibito

6 Derb Ouaihah Sidi Abdelaziz, Médina, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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Hookah/Shisha/Sheesha in Marrakech

by XtravelloverX

Hi all,

I'm wondering about places to smoke sheesha and a place to buy a sheesha pipe in Marrakech?

Also, does anyone know about a Riad or hotel near/in the Medina area that has sheesha smoking?

Thanks!!! :)

RE: Hookah/Shisha/Sheesha in Marrakech

by TheLongTone

I'm poking my head above the parapet and expecting to get shot down soon, but I don't recall seeing many sheeshas being smoked in Morocco. Certainly they are not omnipresent as they are in Egypt or Tunisia, and the only time I remember seeing one was in Rissani. But I dont know Marrakesh well: I'm only speaking for the places I've spent much time in. Actually if I was going to buy a sheesha anywhere I'd probably buy it at the airport because they are such unwieldy objects that I wouldn't want to lug one about more than necessary.

RE: RE: Hookah/Shisha/Sheesha in Marrakech

by TheLongTone

Actually, being in Marrakesh RIGH NOW I agree with my previous post; altho I have seen some sheeshas in tourist shops they look like one-third scale models to me. Go to Tunisia or Egytpt!

Travel Tips for Marrakesh


by belgianchocolate

'Ras-el-hanout' literally means 'head of the kitchen'.
It is a mixture of at least 24 species of herbs ,
spices and roots.
-Turmeric , coriander , nutmeg , cinnamon ,
pepper , thyme , anise , ...

It is a moroccan curry and used to spice the
'tagine'-dishes. You can buy it prepared at the
grocer but there are families that make their
own mixture of spices.

The nice thing is that I found a mixture of 45
spices and not yet mixed to powder.
I love the aroma and for me it is typically Moroccan.
This powder has healing qualities they say.
Mother that gave birth are served dishes
where this powder is used in.


by belgianchocolate

Taxi's are quit cheap in Morocco.
The city center is covered by little cars ,
often peugeot 205. Covered , that is the streets
where they can drive and the places they can
reach. You can ask them to put on the meter
and get out of the car if they don't want to
or you could ask them for the price from here till
there. We choose for the last option. They charge
you about 3 times the real price , but it still
is cheap and then the tip is included.
2 euro for a drive into the city from the
congress center....And they also take the
shortest way if you do it at a fixed price.

I found it very pleasant to take a taxi. The drivers
were fun to talk too. I felt comfortable. Sometimes
if you ask for the price they just say , give
whatever you want. And they mean that. ;-)

A few times we did some co-driving. Sharing
a taxi. And for your information , it were always
local woman who took us with them.
Yes , local woman , with or without veil.

Must doo's

by DFS

A couple of MUST do's in Marrakech is the Red Tourist Bus that takes you around the city and suburbs. Tickets are good for 24 hrs - hop on, hop off - cost about 120 DHM, the main stop is close to McDonalds but you can catch it near the main square. Fantasia is an absolute must do for an evening’s entertainment. Cost is 420 DHM, which includes transfers, wine, a meal of lamb, salad, couscous, and vegetable tagine plus the best entertainment in town - Thursdays and Saturdays nights are the best. If you are not with a regular tour group, ask at any of the international hotels concierge desks. Most tourist reps can organise trips to Atlas Mountains but is much cheaper to hire a taxi for the day if you can find a driver who speaks enough English. Safety is no problem, we have just returned after an 8 day Christmas break and felt very safe in the souks and main square even after sundown. Just take the normal precautions with your wallet and camera. Make sure you always have small change with you 5, 10 & 20 DHM's as nobody will have change for larger notes (or so they will claim!!) It gets VERY cold out of the sun so make sure you have a jumper etc with you at all times in winter. We ate in main square stalls on a number of occasions; no problems with tummy troubles, go after 18:00 and eat were the westerners are eating. Best to drink bottled water - 6 DHM in the local shops 25 DHM in hotels. We drank coffee on the terrace in Cafe de France and drank freshly squeezed orange juice from the stalls both of these are on the main square. A coffee cost 12 DHM and orange juice 3 DHM. A good evening meal is about 90 DHM each - it is so cheap to eat out. For transfers from airport to hotel use Med Hotels - click the transfer tag for booking. (£8 each return) They will meet you at the airport and take you to your hotel - you also get a local rep at no extra charge who can organise the Fantasia evening and other excursions for you. Have a good time, brush up on your French and practise haggling – enjoy.

El Badi Palace

by barryg23

The Palace el-Badi was once said to be the most beautiful palace in the world. However, the years have not been kind, and today it's mostly in ruins. Most of the walls are still there, and the layout of the rooms is still somewhat intact but in general I think the best parts are probably gone.


by RositaFresita


I was there only for 4 days but i loved it!!!! The food was really good, especially on the markets and it?s a shopping paradise!!!!
It`s a busy city with a lot of things to see but just walk...no map...you will get lost in the Zoco?s anyway!!!!


Negotiate!!!!! Try to find out the prices by asking in different places, the
Maroccans will be really nice to you if you tell them what YOU want to pay for it!

"Jamaa el -Fna"

This is the place to be in the night time! They sell the best fresh orange juice and you smell the spices and food while you can watch people with snakes or monkeys trying to get mney from you!
Have a mint tea on one of the terraces looking out on the square!


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Address: 6 Derb Ouaihah Sidi Abdelaziz, Médina, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco