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  • The escape route!
    The escape route!
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  • Local Traditions
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    School entrance with Arab, Berber and...
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  • Djamaa El Fna - Square

    Marrakesh Favorites

    There are many public toilets in Morocco. They can usually be found near mosques. Most are the squat design but in service stations they have sit down toilets. It is courteous to tip the attendant who keeps the place clean, you should pay for the paper they offer. In Djemaa El Fna there is a public toilet behind the plant stalls. Not suitable for...

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  • Local Traditions

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    The official language of Morocco is just Arab, but French still being spoken for almost everybody in the country (at least in the cities) in spite of it's not an official one. If you speak French you'll be fell absolutely comfortable because the signs, both official and private are written in this language. For those non French speakers at least...

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  • Places Around Marrakesh

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    The city of Marrakech has many sights and sounds and flavours to it. However the best places to escape all the noise is to head out of the centre about 20 mins outside into the palmaraie or the palm grove of marrakech. The best way to embrace and to enjoy the best views and the scenic location is on a quad bike or even a horse riding tour. These...

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  • Street Scenes

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    One thing we never tired of in Marrakesh was watching, and trying to photograph, daily life on the streets, and fortunately that is an activity very compatible with a broken foot bone! Just find a table at any of the Djamaa el Fna cafés, such as the Argana or Café Glaciers, order a strong coffee or mint tea, and sit back and wait for the world to...

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  • Majorelle Gardens

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    These gardens were laid out in the period when colonialism was still a good word in Europe. In the 1920s the French artist Jacques Majorelle had it made, complete with pools, banana trees, coconut palms, bougainvilleas, and houses in a fantastic dark blue colour. The gardens have later been taken well care of the French couturier Yves...

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  • Suuq of Marrakesh

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    There is a market near the town square. In spite of shopping, it is worth sight seeing too. The market mainly sell the carpets, slippers, lamps, T-shirsts, decorations, etc. Pls remember you can ask for a discount.

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  • Koutoubia Minaret & Koutoubia Gardens

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    This place over look Djemaa el-Fna & medina. I was told not to take photos of the minaret by our taxi driver as it was forbidden ? can some tell me if this is true as you see i did, sorry if i offend anyone, walk in peace.

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  • medina

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    http://www.lostinmarrakech.jimdo.com A new place in Medina (Marrakech) where they have a Laundromat service. Washing clothes by washing machine and dried by natural sun shine. It is charged by kg and price is much cheaper than hotel or dry cleaning shop. It is now under the renovation but will open soon in 2011.

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  • Saadian Tombs

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    First discovered by a Frenchman during the 1920's this burial ground for Saadian Sultans had been hidden from foreigners. The Hall Of 12 Columns is a most beautiful building, having 3 central tombs surrounded by a dozen marble pillars. This building is considered one of the finest examples of Moroccan-Andalucian decorative art. There are also...

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  • El Bahia Palace

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    explore the magnificent Bahia Palace. The Bahia Palace is undoubtedly one of the loveliest landmarks here in Marrakech.... and is also popularly known as 'The Resplendent'. Constructed towards the end of the 19th century by the architect, El Haj Mohammed el Mekki under the instructions of Ba Ahmed, son of Si Moussa, the Grand Vizier of Sidi...

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Wilaya de Marrakech Hotels

  • La Maison Arabe

    This riad is consider the oldest- may be the fiart- and best riad in Marrakech. Hoever. it is a bet...

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  • Kasbah Tamadot

    BP 67, Asni, 042150, Morocco

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

  • Kenzi Louka Hotel

    Oukaimeden Resort Haut Atles Oukaimeden Morocco, O

  • Kasbah du Toubkal

    This is not a hotel ---as our provider led us to believe! We paid extra to stay at this trekking...

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  • Riad Aguerzame

    Situé dans la médina de Marrakech, près du palais Moulay Idriss, le Riad Aguerzame, entièrement...

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  • Kenzi Louka

    Oukaimeden Resort, Oukaimeden null

  • Riad Kniza

    Beautifully decorated room, cozy aura, clean bathroom, delicious food and warmhearted staff. I got...

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  • La Villa des Orangers

    Stayed for four nights in Nov/Dec 2006 and enjoyed it tremendously. Villa des Orangers is an...

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  • Riad Farnatchi

    Riad Farnatchi has the feel of a beautiful, highly individual, private house, but the facilities of...

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