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We visited as it was our very first day in Marocco and didn't know about places and prices. There is not so much to see, all ruined.The terrace is nice but still you can't see much.
There is a wc that is useful and it's...More
The entree is really cheap, only 20DH per person. So considering that non muslims are not allowed to enter any other religious buildings, except for this, it is worth it to go see at least this one. However, non-muslims are not allowed to go to...More
Bou Inania Madrasa, after paying a tiny entrance fee: we were the only visitors at that moment making it an extremely peaceful and interesting visit. Though small, the Islamic school resembled those we had seen in Fez and in fact was built during the 14th...More
Medersa is a school of Islamic studies. It is interesting to visit this medersa, that can be walked quietly. It has very beautiful decorations. It is open to visitors for non-Muslims and admission costs 10 dirhams (1 euro)
For the end of 2018 we (Dutch family of 4, kids 14 and 18) chose to visit Morocco. Fly to Fez and hire a car to drive our way via Meknes and Ouzoud to Marrakech.
I remember visiting the Medresa 35 years ago and again...More
This building housed an ancient Islamic School. The open courtyard has amazing tiles and carvings on the walls. The little wood windows on the second story are the cells occupied by the students. Be sure and go to the terrace for the view.
As opposed to many attractions this one is not crowded and certainly worth exploring all over. The fee is minimal and at the very least you can climb up and enjoy the view over the town. But also the interior is worth seeing and mostly...More