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Reviewed today

Be yourself and enjoy every corner of this place, do bargain a lot and be happy. You won't need more than a day or two for the Medina without the tourist locations.

Thank barbarap842018
Reviewed yesterday

Over 1,000,000 people live in the Medina—-from Muslims to the Jewish section to the square to the souks. Most of the action in Marrakech takes place in the Medina——it’s where we found over 12,000 souks (we came here for 5 days and I think we...More

Thank Andrea M
Reviewed yesterday

Visit by day and you'll find a relatively calm square with everything from a lovely garden centre to stalls selling everything! By night, there are acrobats, musicians, snake charmers, multitudes of food stalls. A must visit in Marrakech.

Thank Jill B
Reviewed yesterday

A wonderful experience to get lost in the Medina and walk around. Up to a certain point. Constant fear of getting scammed gets annoying after a while, loads of "tourist guides" trying to get you to go places and somehow getting your money. Easiest is...More

Thank Petrus R
Reviewed yesterday

I have to say that as a non-Moroccan, I was truly grateful to have my Moroccan partner with me. If I didn't, I think my experience would have been totally different. This is a tourist hotspot so you will get harrassed by everyone. I would...More

1  Thank Luthilu
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The locals are awful. They harass you to no end. They will tell You streets are closed (the street to my Riad that I took this morning?). They will purposely get you lost. GPS doesn’t work, and maps are incomplete. Hire a guide, or else...More

Thank Natasha R
Reviewed 2 days ago

this is something to experience We had a good walk around the stalls seen some snake charmers There is a rooftop restaurant at the far end that you can sit and watch if want a break from the hustle

Thank Scott C
Reviewed 2 days ago

I would recommend going here as it is full of sights. Mainly, shopping stalls. Be sure to barter for goods. There are many local cafes here with delicious foods. Be careful with your wallet; many locals keep an eye on where you keep your money....More

Thank abcMaine
Reviewed 3 days ago

I was expecting Chaos and while it was busy it was easy enough to get around. Not as narrow as Fez. Lots of interesting shops and certainly no heavy sell. When we did stop and enquire it was all very easy. lots of colour and...More

Thank markboyd60
Reviewed 3 days ago

Had a great time wandering and looking at the different types of store. It was surprisingly clean. It gets very busy and hot especially early evening. Well worth setting time aside to have a good luck round. Are sure you know what is a reasonable...More

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Yasser I
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Response from robnh61 | Reviewed this property |
Ask your Riad owner to arrange for someone to meet you when the taxi drops you off. The streets are a maze and it’s easy to get lost
June 1, 2018|
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Response from MICI_FIN | Reviewed this property |
I felt completely safe, but very uncomfortable. It's pissing me off when people are pulling my shoulder, keep holding my hand or just keep trying to sell some stuff, even after telling clearly that I'm not interested at... More