Ryad Dar Ganou

3, derb Fahl Ezzafriti, Laksour - Médina, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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what to pack for a November trip?

by ccprince

I will be in marrakesh for a week the 3rd week of November- I am perplexed about what to pack. I am a 30 year old woman and would hate to lug around half my closet. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!

Re: what to pack for a November trip?

by windcity

I would pack light weight skirts, Trousers & T.shirts for the day time and a jacket or fleece for the evenings, If you need a scarf you will find a large selection for sale in the Medina.
Enjoy your trip..

Re: what to pack for a November trip?

by suvanki

Hi, I visited Marrakech in January a few years ago for 5 days (then again in September, which was quite different), so the weather might be similar.

In the daytime it was warm enough for a blouse/shirt/ t-shirt.I wore light weight trousers or a skirt too. At night, when sitting around Djemma el Fnaa, I was glad that I'd taken my winter coat, gloves, hat and scarf! Once the sun goes in, it can be quite cold!
A fleece jkt etc. should be ok if you keep moving!
Dress for comfort with lightweight layers.

Please contact me for more info.
Best Wishes,

Re: what to pack for a November trip?

by kamalm12

hey there,

my name is kamal from Casablanca,
we'r a host family in here,

the third week in November would probably be a little cold, so you should bring some warm cloths, and besides that you can find everything else in here.

don't hesitate to ask for any further questions,

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

The Kaftan and Gandora

by keeweechic

The distinction between the Jellaba and Kaftan is that the Kaftan does not have a hood. Usually made of cotton or silk with full sleeves. They can range from very plain to highly embroidered. The other typical loose top is the Gandora. Which also does not have a hood but has short sleeves.

Vegetarian Harera-Moroccan soup

by johnsakura about Food and Drink

This you'll find on the main square during night time on the street restaurants. only a few of those restaurants actually have vegetarian hahera. usually hahera is made with meat. to get all kinds of clients, they now have a special vegetarian one, very tasty all the time. You can go to Aicha restaurant number 1 to taste it.

Ice cream parlour on Ave Mohamed V

by SWFC_Fan about Venezia Ice

Venezia Ice is an ice cream parlour located on Ave Mohamed V. It forms part of the Hotel Islane tourist complex and is located right across the road from the Koutoubia mosque and just a 5 minute walk from Djemaa El Fna.

As I was staying at Hotel Islane, I stopped by for ice cream on a number of occasions during my visit to the city in February 2007.

You can choose from a selection of around 50 flavoured ice creams, from strawberry to tiramisu, from bubble gum to banana! Choose however many flavours you desire and combine them in a cone, a dish or an ice cream sundae. Whatever your favourite flavour, you won't be disappointed here!

By Moroccan standards the ice cream here is fairly expensive. 3 scoops of ice cream in a dish cost 20 Dhs. A can of Coca Cola set me back 12 Dhs.

I tried numerous flavours during my various visits - and I particularly recommend the Natural Yoghurt and the Black Cherry with Chocolate Chips flavoured ice creams!

This is a good place to stop off for an ice cream en route to Djemaa El Fna or to placate your kids after sightseeing at the nearby Koutoubia mosque!

Saadian Tombs

by tini58de

The Saadian Tombs have been missing for hundreds of years and only been rediscovered a few years ago! There had been a wall built around it - since a graveyard could not be distroyed for ethical reasons!

The story around this place was the most fascinating part for me - the gravesite itself was not as spectacular as I had hoped it to be!

You get to see a graveyard and a couple of rooms with tombs in them.

Entrance fee is 10 DH = 1 € (2006)

The Second Mausoleum

by keeweechic

The green roof topped building is the second mausoleum and contains two loggias and a prayer hall. Inside the burial chambers is the tomb of the mother of Ahmed el-Mansour – Lalla Messaouda who died in 1591 and Mohammed Ech Cheikh who was the founder of the Saadians.


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