Villa El Arsa

18 Derb El Arsa, Kennaria, Marrakech, Morocco
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Forum Posts

marrakesh to Casa Airport Mohamed V

by 1W1V


Is there any direct/regular bus from Marrakesh to Casa Airport ?
An organised service taxi ???

Thank you for your help.


Re: marrakesh to Casa Airport Mohamed V

by AsturArcadia

Easiest route is not by bus, but by train (ONCF). Marrakech to Casablanca by express, change to frequent train shuttle service out to the airport. Fast, efficient, clean.

Re: marrakesh to Casa Airport Mohamed V

by windcity

Hi, I agree, The train is faster and more convenient, 1st class from Marrakech to Cassa Voyagers costs 125Dh and takes 3hr 10min, another train from the same station takes 45mins to the Airport.
For the time table

Re: marrakesh to Casa Airport Mohamed V

by hbenchekroun


I have a legal bus for travelling From aeroport to Marrakech
With 130 € I can bring directly you from Aeroport to Marrakech (02H30)

You have to paye once you are at Marrakech

Let Me Know if you are interested

Halim 00 212 78 73 85 73

Re: marrakesh to Casa Airport Mohamed V

by 1W1V

I went end of Jan.
So I am back already.


Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Drinking Water

by keeweechic

Be sure to drink only bottled water that has the seal unbroken. The water is likely to give you stomach upsets. Also beware of being given drinks with ice cubes. Orange juice is also likely to be watered down and of course anything like salads and raw vegetables will have been washed in water. While food can be well cooked and ok, the plates maybe the problem when they are washed in the same water as everything else.


by suvanki about Local Products

I spotted these pottery Toureg figures in Djemma el Fnaa. After a while haggling I purchased a reclining toureg in a blue jellabah for 50dh. It was wrapped in that days local newspaper. OK, I can't read arabic, but it's another souvenir!

I always pack some bubble wrap in my luggage, in case I'm swayed to purchase fragile articles. local pottery Haggle for a price you're happy with, I was asked 200dh, and paid 50dh.

A great place to look after your budget

by angiebabe about Cafe Toubkal

Ive been taken here a number of times - its very popular with locals as it has good food at good prices - and its right here in the main square so its handy to all the action and yet the prices are nothing like many of the surrounding places that take opportunity of the tourists and the drawcard of the Djma Elfna.

It might look a little rough and ready but its always been quick, clean and low priced - and the food is fine! Salade Nicoise is great - the coffee/noss noss is great/ the tagines are great (except for the mincemeat balls - hachee - not a fan of them!) - the Harira is a good buy - and the breakfasts here of pancakes, orange juice, coffee are great!

The thing is you can have a 3 course meal here all for only 45 dirham - £3!!

Mosquée Koutoubia

by MM212

Koutoubia Mosque, the largest in Marrakech, derives its name from "books" due to the sellers of manuscripts who used to be stationed by the mosque. It was first built by Almohad dynasty in the middle of the 12th century, over the remains of an older Almoravides-period palace, but was quickly destroyed and rebuilt as the original structure was not correctly aligned to Mecca. The minaret was added in the second half of the 12th century and served as a model for la Giralda in Seville, a testament to the importance of Marrakech and its architecture. The simple architectural style of the mosque is typical of the period, which is a contrast to the highly ornate style of the later Saadian period. Tourists are not permitted to enter the mosque, and photographing the inside is not tolerated either (I had to snap quickly while standing outside).

This huge popular...

by SirRichard

This huge popular shopping center is a real must, even if you don't intend to buy anything (though if you enter, you'll end up buying!). You can start heading north from Djema el Fnaa, through the Souk Semmarine Street. There are plans of the souks, but you'll get lost anyway, so just wander around, and when you feel hungry, ask someone for the Djema el Fnaa Square or just take a taxi!!


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