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All reviews entrance fee peaceful garden interesting displays cheap entry busy square short visit pleasant interlude orange trees small castle surrounding city defensive walls the main square well worth the visit daily life blue city old city tower
Unlike the very noisy plaza in front to the museum, inside of the casbah is quite and clean. Although not much to see but it is nice to go up the tower to see the whole town and take a few photos for your instagram
It's a small museum over 3 floors in the Kasbah. Entrance 60DH per person. When you don't speak spanish or french it's now worth going as the texts are just in those 2 languages. From the top u have a nice view over the medina.
A "Kasbah" is a fortress. The Kasbah is located right on the main square. The modest museum is located inside the walled Kasbah. In paying the museum entrance fee, you also get to wander around the Kasbah. The museum has some modest examples of Moroccan...More
The entrance fee to Kasbah Museum is 60 dirhams and whether it is worth the price, it depends on you. We climbed the tower and look through the window over-seeing Chefchaouen town and thats about it. Most of the display are in French and Arabic...More
I know my wife enjoyed strolling the shops & alleyways looking for deals, but I was needing a break from it. This fit the bill but in price and situation. There is not much to see except the Kasbah's ramparts, courtyard gardens & its tower....More
The highlight of the kasbah is the gardens which are very nice to sit in and have shade. There is an exhibit about Chefchauoen but be aware it is only in French and Arabic. The views from the top of the kasbah are nice but...More
There isn't a way of only visiting the museum, yoi pay for entering the Kasbaj AND the museum. For non morrocans it costs 60 dirhams (for morrocans 10!).
The museum consists basically of 2 rooms, explaining about decorations and some cultural aspects, mostly of Granada...More
The museum portion has some great photos and some descriptions - written in French and Arabic. If you are interested in the history and architecture of the place, read the Wikipedia entry and similar sources.
It is worth the visit for the calm, and for...More
It's a small local with a 10 Dhm per person entry fee. The garden is a quick easy walk, and the side building does have two rooms of some artifacts.
Once you climb the main tower there is a nice 360 view of the city...More