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Cyber Parc Arsat Moulay Abdeslam

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Cyber Parc Arsat Moulay Abdeslam

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Morocco’s Agafay desert lies within day-trip distance of Marrakech, making it an easy alternative to visiting the Sahara Desert further south. With this private tour, save the hassle of an independent trip and combine the Agafay with a journey into the Atlas Mountains. Explore Berber villages and souks; cross the Kik Plateau, and finish with a camel trek in the Agafay before returning.
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HINA W wrote a review Jul 2020
Islamabad, Pakistan6,317 contributions905 helpful votes
This park is located across the Artisan Centre. It an 18th century ornamental botanical garden. It was gifted by Sultan Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah to his son, Moulay Abdeslam, on his wedding. The name implies that it is high tech computer park but actually it has very few technological features. It is managed by Marco Telecom on echo friendly lines. You can visit an interactive telecommunications museum here. The children’s play area is very safe and modern. The entrance is free, so is the WIFI. The park is wheelchair and stroller enabled. The lush trees, beautiful fountains and the enthralling rose garden creates a tranquil environment right next to the chaotic congested Medina.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Dimitris L wrote a review Jun 2020
Sydney, Australia19,892 contributions60,025 helpful votes
This is a really nice park to go to for a walk and just have some relaxing time in the middle of the city. It's nicely landscaped with plenty of trees and a wide range of plants and beautiful flowers. Worth a visit if you have nothing else to do.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Hampshire75 wrote a review Mar 2020
Reading England42 contributions13 helpful votes
We visited last week and was hugely impressed with not only the size of the space but it’s condition. We saw a large team of people cleaning, caring for the garden and ensuring it pleases its visitors. There were school children enjoying the space and their laughter was infectious. As the Parc is spacious and sprawling their laughter didn’t disturb the students scatters about clearly revising for upcoming exams. Only a 15 minute casual walk from the main square and well worth a visit...and it’s free. Enjoy
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Joanne H wrote a review Feb 2020
Stupava, Slovakia5 contributions
If you really want to escape the bustle this is much better than Majorelle and it's free. Well kept, peaceful and clean and only a short walk from the Medina. Theres a cafe and pop over the road to The Artisan Centre for an calm and interesting shopping experience.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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donnison44 wrote a review Feb 2020
Grantham, United Kingdom605 contributions423 helpful votes
The cyber parc has some interesting planting areas with topiary and good pathways suitable for wheelchairs. The park is exceptionally clean with gardeners and security guards on the look out for litter or annoying people. it is very tranquil with lots of benches under trees for shade. The free Telephone museum is interesting too. There is also an internet cafe inside the park which was being well used by locals and excellent to see.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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