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  • Excellent10%
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  • Average36%
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  • Terrible22%
30 Mar 2017
“Agriculture near city”
14 Jan 2017
“check opening time before you go”
Marrakech, Morocco
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Reviewed 30 March 2017

Only open on Fridays and Sundays, but check before you go. Agdal is a big agricultural estate just outside the city of Marrakech, where palm trees and fruit trees are cultivated. In the center of the estate is a waterbasin with many carp fish. Locals...More

Thank Robert937
Reviewed 15 January 2017

We like stroll in parks and gardens and decided to visit the Jardins De L'Agdal .We walked from the Royal Palace but had to ask a number of times for the right gate/BAB to go through to walk to the Jardins as the Bab that...More

1  Thank wallsydney
Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile

The guide books gave no warning that this was a complete dead loss. Walking a fair way, past a sign that said "if necessary use the toilet" we asked where the toilets were-"there aren't any" we were told! At the end of the very long...More

1  Thank Geraldine F
Reviewed 1 August 2016 via mobile

If you are visiting Marrakech this should not be a high priority for a visit. Well frequented by locals it's almost like a local park. A lot of people go for the many carp but it's not a must visit bearing in mind other places...More

2  Thank CorneliusfudgeGM
Reviewed 22 May 2016 via mobile

If you are thinking of doing this would recommend 2 things 1. Check it is open before u go 2. Don't go it's not worth the effort. So, we walked in the sweltering heat for the good part of an hour & found it. Pretty...More

Thank 1974katerina
Reviewed 21 April 2016 via mobile

As much attraction as the souks of Jema Fena may have to the newly arrived tourist, there are times when you may need to escape the hustle and bustle and just wind down in a peaceful and serene environment. Jardin D'Agdal offers just that and...More

1  Thank Jonathan H
Reviewed 21 December 2015

This garden does have some character just as fields of olive trees and some open spaces, and you see Moroccan families walking around and enjoying the place, but I would say if you only have a few days in Marrakech do not use up precious...More

Thank SandraInAgadir
Reviewed 15 October 2015

This place was hard to find. We asked the locals and they contradicted each other but still expected a tip. Signs were non-existant. Nobody told us it was a really long way away on foot.

Thank Motty001
Reviewed 6 September 2015 via mobile

After firstly nearly having my bag snatched by 2 guys on a bike, we walked down hot, deserted streets for an eternity, we arrived at the entrance which looked like a bombed area in Lebanon - got to the famed lake ( read" dirty muddy...More

6  Thank Roz B
Reviewed 20 May 2015

I recently visited this site. It is a huge area, mainly consisting of olive and orange groves, none of which are accessible as the different sections are fenced off or walled. The only road in is a dusty track about half a mile long which...More

2  Thank TREVOR S
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