From imperial cities to Atlantic fortress towns, medinas to mint tea, this title provides information on how to get the most from Morocco. It includes...... more
From imperial cities to Atlantic fortress towns, medinas to mint tea, this title provides information on how to get the most from Morocco. It includes accommodation listings for different budgets from riads and guesthouses to hotels and mountain huts, and trekking routes and other adventure sports in and around Morocco's mountain ranges.
The High Atlas at 1:100,000 on a laminated, waterproof and tear-resistant map from terraQuest, accompanied by a road map of Morocco and a street plan of...... more
The High Atlas at 1:100,000 on a laminated, waterproof and tear-resistant map from terraQuest, accompanied by a road map of Morocco and a street plan of Marrakesh. The map of the High Atlas, on a panel approximately half of one side of the map, centres on Imlil and covers the whole of the Jbel Toubkal National Park. Contours at 25m intervals are enhanced by relief shading and colouring for forested areas, with spot heights and names of various mountain ranges. Trekking routes are highlighted. Symbols show locations of refuges and campsites, as well as locations with tourist accommodation, restaurant, shops/markets, bus or taxi facilities, cultural sites, etc. The map has latitude and longitude lines at intervals of 1'. An adjoining panel shows a street plan of Marrakesh at 1:20,000, annotated with locations of numerous hotels, plus other facilities/services and sights. Coverage extends from the Medina to the airport. Another panel covers the Western Sahara at 1:3,000,000, extending the map shown on the reverse side. On the reverse is a general map of Morocco at 1:1,500,000 showing the country's road and rail networks. Particularly picturesque locations are prominently highlighted, with symbols indicating other places of interest including UNESCO World Heritage sites, kasbahs, oasis, beaches, etc. The map has latitude and longitude lines at intervals of 30'. All place names are shown in the Latin alphabet only. None of the panels are indexed. Multilingual map legend includes English.
Paperback. Pub Date: 2008 Language: Chinese Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd Morocco (DK Eyewitness Travel Guide) Paperback - August 1. 2008 by...... more
Paperback. Pub Date: 2008 Language: Chinese Publisher: Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd Morocco (DK Eyewitness Travel Guide) Paperback - August 1. 2008 by Louise Lang (Author) Product DetailsSeries: DK Eyewitness Travel GuidePaperback: 408 pagesPublisher: Dorling Kindersley Publishers Ltd ( August 1. 2008) Language: EnglishISBN-10: 1405329467ISBN-13: 978-1405329460Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.1 x 0.9 inchesShipping Weight: 1.4 pounds This fully updated and lavishly illustrated \ DK Eyewitness Guide \ is all you need to discover Morocco at its best. from the Mediterranean coast to the High Atlas and beyond. Using detailed maps. cutaways. floor plans and colour Street Finder. navigate your way around the sprawling Medinas and magnificent ancient urban architecture whilst expert recommendations provide you with the best hotels. restaurants and nightlife. You can soak up the end...
Morocco (Footprint Travel Guides) - Anne McLachlan
The back cover of Footprint's new Morocco guidebook cites praise for earlier editions of Justin McGuiness' book: described by London's Traveller Magazine as...... more
The back cover of Footprint's new Morocco guidebook cites praise for earlier editions of Justin McGuiness' book: described by London's Traveller Magazine as "excellent--stands apart from the rest", this is a slick, erudite and attractive guidebook to the most easily accessed country in Africa for Europeans. McGuiness is clearly deeply immersed in the cultures and history of North Africa. A graduate in Arabic, and having lived widely in Tunisia as well as Morocco, his book benefits from his knowledge of the area. There are excellent sections on, for instance, the history of the small Spanish enclaves in Morocco and remote peoples of the Atlas mountains, as well as first-rate coverage on the history and architecture of Morocco's famous medinas. Practical information is also strong, although the book is perhaps tailored most to travellers with a little more than a basic budget to spend--description and information on the cheaper hotels is less detailed than on the more expensive ones. Still this book will be of use to people of all budgets, ages and interests planning a visit to Morocco. The language section benefits from McGuinness' training in Arabic, and some of the architectural descriptions bring to mind the descriptive prowess of Patrick Leigh Fermor--particularly when McGuinness describes the great mosques, such as Marrakech's Koutoubia Mosque. Providing insights into both historical and contemporary Morocco, this is certainly a book to take with you when you travel. --Toby Green
Advantages: Food isnt terrible, cheap deals Disadvantages: bit of a let down, food isnt the best, seats get uncomfy after a while
...where to go. We had been out for our anniversary meal the week previously and ended up getting to the place we go early so decided to go to the pub across the road for a drink. While we were having this drink we decided that we really should go there for a meal some time as the food wafting from the kitchen smelled delicious and the place was very quiet. That place was Medina and that?s why I chose to...
Advantages: excellent service, cheap prices Disadvantages: left hand drive may be struggle for some!
...to find out if Cabrera Medina required clean licenses. You will need your full license and passport.
Cabrera Medina is a hire car company based on the Canary Islands. The company was founded in 1967 by Mamerto Cabrera Medina on the Island of Lanzarote. The company started out with only six cars and was designed to cater for the developing tourist...
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Advantages: Mind boggling mix of eras and architecture. Friendly locals. Great fun! Disadvantages: The old market can get crowded. Salesmen can seem pushy if you're not used to them.
...The Medina. What is it?
In March I was lucky enough to spend a week in Sousse, the third largest city in Tunisia. I could have stayed a lot longer. One of the places there that I loved to visit was the Medina.
Medina means 'walled city or town' and that is just what the Medina in Sousse is. The fortifications around the old town have stood for around 1,000 years with some parts being...
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