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Reviewed July 23, 2013

There is not much to do here except enjoy the beautiful plants, ponds and brightly painted buildings - but it is a nice way to spend an hour walking around the gorgeous gardens.
The prices in the coffee shop housed in the gardens are as pricey as you would expect.

Thank MR-Dublin-Ireland
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

The Jardin Majorelle, allthough not very big, is worth the visit, especially when out in town the weather is very hot. It's a well kept garden with a variety of trees and colourful flowers. As it is quite a distance from the city center you better go by taxi or kalesh.

Thank marckh
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

Walked from the Medina to the gardens, which took about 20 minutes. Pleasant enough place, very quiet and peaceful, which is wonderful given how busy the Medina is, but don't expect to be blown away! Very picturesque lily pond, the cafe does awesome (expensive) juices, and an easy way to spend an hour. If you want to really relax, take a book and find yourself a quiet seat, and spend longer there!

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Reviewed July 21, 2013

Unusual but very tranquil gardens, highly recommend. Aside from the gardens themselves the history is also very interesting. Would visit again

Thank NZKnights
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Reviewed July 21, 2013

This garden was smaller than I was expecting but it really was an oasis in the heat of Marrakech. Nearly all of it is under the cover of trees and you can wander around it in the shade. There are plants from all over the world. The museum was closed when I was there so I can't comment on that except to say that it too seemed rather small.

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