A visit by night is essential. It may appear a little daunting at first but it is enthralling and people are friendly
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Get a Guide, you'll never find your way back to your hotel, and you'll also get hassled to buy everything. Basically if you touch it, you'll never get rid of them.
Place Jem el Fna and the Medina of Marrakech are truly magic places to be. It is a fast and packed city, full of colors, noises and aromas..... Spice smell is present everywhere....As well as freshly pressed orange juice Don't forget and Don't hesitate to...More
This place is a must see if you are in Marrakech, however be prepared to be hassled at every corner, street and step. Although despite the business I still felt very safe and found little treasures at every turn. If you don't like crowds then...More
This place specifically show two sides of the visit. Day time it's cultural look and night time it's full of amazement. Music charmers make this place special and wonderful over the night. Fantastic hand made products for the daily use or local fragrances, everything is...More
Opens you eyes to a complete different style of life than I am use to as a westerner. I travelled with other girls and no males so we did get a bit of unwanted attention but it was nothing that made us feel unsafe!
This is the main attraction of Marrakech and definitely go there at night. The BBQ smell, the pestering of merchants, the prayer calls, the haggling with shopkeepers, the noisy chattering of people.... all a part of the experience. With that also comes dirty side walks...More
The fun part of getting around is getting lost. Fortunately people are very friendly. If someone offers to show you the right way, they often want money. They don't want much and you get to your location safely = winwin. Try to speak french if...More
This Medina is very busy and the locals (shopkeepers, guides, Jamaa El Fnaa entertainers etc) are more aggressive at getting the tourists attentions and $'s compare to the Medina in Fes and Meknes. That is because there are a lot more tourists in Marrakech. The...More