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All reviews laid back narrow streets different kinds other cities no hassle daily life beautiful city the main square mint tea fruit worth a visit wander around bab mansour old city royal palace roman ruins shop
For the end of 2018 we (Dutch family of 4, kids 14 and 18) chose to visit Morocco. Fly to Fez and hire a car to drive our way via Meknes and Ouzoud to Marrakech.
The Meknes Medina is in our opinion less touristic as...More
Both the Museum Dar Jamai and the Moulay Ismail Mausoleum are closed for renovation. There is little to see in the ciry beyond these sites. Although the medina's wall and doors are pretty, they are not worth the trip by themselves.
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Meknes is a city of 700,000 and if you include the surrounding towns comes to 1 million people, and it is the 6th largest city in Morocco. It was one of the imperial cities and told it has a magnificent gate called Bab el-Mansour. The...More
Meknes is the least known (and visited) of the four Imperial cities of Morocco (Marrakesh, Fez and Rabat are the others). The medina is the oldest part of Meknes and was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996. Meknes was founded in 1061...More
Hi from our experience most hostels will be happy to arrange someone to guide you through the Medinas. MAPS ME an app works to a point but sometimes loses connection in the medinas. If you just get lost. .you can ask... More
Hi from our experience most hostels will be happy to arrange someone to guide you through the Medinas. MAPS ME an app works to a point but sometimes loses connection in the medinas. If you just get lost. .you can ask people some are great and will just want to help you others will expect to be paid. Go with your gut feel.