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travelling from fes to marrakech

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travelling from fes to marrakech

Hi!I am going to Fes on April with my husband. We will stay there for 2 nights and then we booked a riad in Marrakech for 4 nights. Our flight is for casablanca. Is it safe to hire a private guide to trnasfer ur from casablanca to fes, fes to marrakech and from marrakech to casablanca for our flight back home> Do you think I should skip fes and go to essaouira? Thank you, I would appreciate if you will give me some good advice

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1. Re: travelling from fes to marrakech

Bear in mind that your trip will take place during the hight season!

Better if you can hire a private guide!

You can check here if you need any : www.transport-tifinagh.com


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2. Re: travelling from fes to marrakech

hello!you can take the train to Fez ,then marrakech back through Casablanca.There is no problem in hiring a guide ,too, as everything will be arranged for you by your tour guide.

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3. Re: travelling from fes to marrakech

The Hassan II mosquee worthwhile; but try to skip it; Essaouira would be a nice place for you.

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