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- 98%Family Travelers
- 75%Luxury Travelers
- 63%History Buffs
- 52%Local Culture
- 51%Adventure Travelers
- 51%Green Travelers
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- MarrakechMember ofLocal CultureAdventure TravelersOct 25, 2013
Marrakech ticks all the exotic boxes you could think of - snake charmers, pugilists, acrobats, soothsayers, belly dancers, veiled women and hooded men all intermingling in the labyrinth back-alleyways of an ancient walled city punctuated with minarets and parapets. The Arab world and Africa had a baby and the result is (as the case is with bicultural offspring) a beautifully exotic wonder equally capable of navigating both worlds and very open to other such possibilities.
- MarrakechOct 23, 2013
The first time I came to Marrakech, I thought I'd arrived in Santa Fe--the adobe buildings, the mountains in the background, the artsy vibe, the rich tourists... Some of these things are a drawback (the crush of tourists is one), but the setting is splendid, and, on a practical note, there are some beautiful crafts to buy. For pure atmosphere, I prefer Fez, but Marrakech is markedly different, and sets you right there on the edge of far more dramatic territory farther south. And it's worth a visit just for the Djemma al-Fna. One *huge* drawback that Unesco should really try to fix with all its funding: the medina is plagued with dudes on motorbikes--it's impossible to walk in peace, and the noise they make is obnoxious. Marrakech is beautiful, but it's best appreciated from a rooftop, for some peace and quiet.
- MarrakechOct 16, 2013
Marrakech is an interesting city, so close to Europe and yet so different in many ways. The contrast is particularly evident in the Medina, the old walled city, where motorbikes, donkeys and carts, and cars jostle for right of way on the narrow streets.
- MarrakechMember ofAdventure TravelersSep 14, 2013
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- MarrakechAug 14, 2013
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- MarrakechMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBackpackers+ 2Jun 13, 2013
beautiful medina, Djemaa El Fna is realy intresting and colorful, you can eat realy good there but on weekends the prices go up when the groups from Agadir are in town
- MarrakechApr 08, 2013
Without a doubt, Morocco is a country with great charm, the land of the setting sun charms you, an unforgettable experience that will not leave you indifferent...
We organize unique, original, cultural and exotic travels around Morocco, with us, Sahara Expedition 4 X 4, you will discover the charms of this so magical country, fall in love with his people and you will know what the conventional tourist does not perceive.
We will be beside you for everything that you need, we customize your trip if you wish, our priority is to make the trip to suit you.
Our travel aims to make all those travelling with us, enjoy the most of the surroundings, landscapes, people and its gastronomy. For all this we choose in Morocco always different routes to the classics and of difficulty suitable for all levels
We have a variety of accommodations available. You will be hosted in place that go further to suit you, depending on your budget and your needs, so can stay you in 3, 4, or 5 star hotels or in marvelous Ryads.
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- MarrakechMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Mar 15, 2013
Marrakech is constantly changing from day to night, everyone is always on the move and making deals. The medina is never dull, the smells, colors, sounds and entertainers are endless. Don't be afraid to get lost, somehow you always end up back at the main square. Bargaining is apart of the experience, after some time, you might start to feel like you're not getting scammed. Marrakech is also a great depature city for excursions to Ourika Valley, the desert and beach towns to the west.