This Riad is great and very accessible to everything once you get your bearings. Personally, rather than accessing the Riad from the "big square" I found it easier to go via Rue Fatima (opposite the Mosque), you should find the Rue on a map. Continue up the street for about 200m or so and you will see an entrance to the Medina (an archway on your right with a pharmacy opposite). Then just enter the archway and go straight until you get to a kind of a junction, take a left and keep straight (Cafe Arabe is a good landmark, it's also in the Rough Guide which was a great help for travelling around Morocco). You will know you are one the right track if you see it on your left (I highly recommend it too and it sells alcohol). The turn into the little street for Riad Safar is about 100m away from Cafe Arabe. Again, just continue on straight all the way. Ask someone if you need help although you will probably have to drop a tip if someone shows you directly. 5 or 10 diram would work. Thanks to whoever left the chalk marks! They really helped us once we entered in the alleyways close to the Riad!
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