The city has started to change with an influx of new money, people and businesses. Younger people are moving in and clubs are opening and millenials are showing their muscle. Exciting place to be.
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with its shops (with all the known international brands Mc...etc) and cafés is on international standards and won't make you feel in Morocco but anywhere in the world. At the same time you find a lot of bars and clubs as well as cafés and...More
Gueliz is a new area of the city and shows a western influence, but retains plenty of Old Marrakech. Look out for modern shopping and cafe culture. There are plenty of high class shops, often hidden on back streets. It is home to the famous...More
I must say that the city of Gueliz is rather quite impressive ....had a wonderful time sighting in this city you will be amazed by all of its wonderful the architecture ...
Guelize is full of restaurants and cafes. It is quite full of tourists. There is a wide variety of food and drinks to choose from.
The modern new town built originally by the french in 60s. it's a large district of shopping malls (Zara, H and M, Starbucks type ) higher than european prices.
This is highly oversold, the place is like an average little city in my home coutry, totally uninteresting and without any local pride.
We went here when we got tired of eating Moroccan food. Lots of fast food chains like McDonald's and KFC and Starbucks. There was also this mini-mall called Carre Eden where you can do a bit of retail therapy. And there was a 3-floor Zara...More
If you don't want to be verbally abused or going into the risk of being attacked, you rather stick to Gueliz. It was one of the most frightening trip I have ever made. And, Marrakech is supposed to be the most liberal part of the...More