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It’s a place with many stalls where you can buy arty crafts find street food and good value restaurants nearby. Here you’ll see the snake charmers who will try to persuade you to give them money. To get here I hired a taxi from my...More
The Jemaa el-Fna Square is one of the main cultural spaces in Marrakesh and has become one of the symbols of the city since its foundation in the eleventh century. Inscribed in 2008 (3.COM) on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity...More
I am an experienced traveller and pretty streetwise, but I've never experienced anything like this before. There are scams ongoing all over the place - from monkey handlers and snake charmers demanding money to have their photo taken to so-called 'guides' who offer to show...More
At night the Jemma el-Fnaa turns into a raucous battle of the grills between dozens of food stalls all appearing to serve the same fare. A fun experience that makes you feel you could be in an episode of Parts Unknown, it's a very fun...More
This is Morocco style, a lot of people, always very busy, specially at night. I loved the shows i sow there, specially the mini concerts, the fact that i couldn't understand what they were singing about didn't make me wanna leave. The most surprising thing...More
We loved the market and square, walking through the Jewish Quarter as well was interesting and loved all the different spices and trinkets the market had to offer, go with someone who knows their way around to feel as safe as possible and steer clear...More
This place is really special and something you must see if you're going to Marrakech. The atmosphere is intense and the moroccan people are almost fierce in their approach. Don't say where you're going or ask for directions if you're not in desperate need for...More
The square is a great and a must see. However as a woman traveling alone going through the alleyways is extremely stressful. It's easy to get lost and the vendors will harass you hard core.
Dont point at things or touch something unless you are...More
Response from laurenmckis | Reviewed this property |
We pretty much walked to it however we did take a taxi twice to some other places and felt safe. You could ask your hotel to organise a taxi for you as that's what we did. But when in the square you need to be persistent and... More
We pretty much walked to it however we did take a taxi twice to some other places and felt safe. You could ask your hotel to organise a taxi for you as that's what we did. But when in the square you need to be persistent and say no- they will try and sell you everything from sunglasses to hennas. Keep your hands in your pockets when near the henna women as they will just grab your hand and start inking it. Would also stay clear of the monkey and snake charmers. Overall it is an amazing experience but you need to be aware of the scams that take place there.
Imlil Atlas Mountains Day Trips From Marrakesh
Well, what can I say that other reviewers on here haven't already! I am another pleased customer and would 100% recommend private-marrakech-day-trips;com and Mohamed and his... More
Imlil Atlas Mountains Day Trips From Marrakesh
Well, what can I say that other reviewers on here haven't already! I am another pleased customer and would 100% recommend private-marrakech-day-trips;com and Mohamed and his tours to others.
We chose Mohamed and his 1 day Atlas mountains tour based on the recommendations on here and we weren't disappointed. The tour was one of the highlights of our holiday to Marrakech.
The meal in the Berber house was something we will never forget - the experience was unique, authentic and so delicious (one of our nicest meals on the holiday).
It was evident that Mohamed cares about the Berber children, the local people and their community and giving something back to the community.
He has excellent English and explained so much about Morocco and it's culture, allowed us to fill in the gaps for lots of questions we had about what we had seen so far in our holiday.
For around £80 each per person (for a group of 3), it was fantastic value. Book now and you won't be disappointed.
I recommend private-marrakech-day-trips;com and Mohamed tour guide and his tours to others.