The gate is pretty but you just need a short stop to take a photo. The square is opposite and that was nice to sit at the restaurant or to walk further down and see the local market. I think about 45 Min to an...More
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This is one of those places that you're probably never going to visit unless you're on an escorted tour. It's a big gate, but that's about it. In my opinion you can just about fully appreciate it from the photos. Now, having said that, the...More
Despite being the product of a Portuguese builder, this gate is an excellent example of Moorish architecture
This was suppose to be super impressive however it appears on par with most of the other gates in other cities. Good photo op though.
An impressive building made more so by the enormous and intricate wooden gates. We had a pleasant time exploring the area and the medina across from the gates.
We were in Meknes with a study abroad group and took a horse-drawn carriage tour which started at Bay Mansour Gate. Later, we shopped in the Medina. I can recommend Read El Mansour for rug shopping. The owner is not at all pushy, offers good...More