A brand new 'Smart Guide', featuring an A-Z format and themed headings that cover over 400 things to see and do, including architecture, restaurants,...... more
A brand new 'Smart Guide', featuring an A-Z format and themed headings that cover over 400 things to see and do, including architecture, restaurants, hotels and more. Area overviews highlight the very best of each district, including up-and-coming areas to look out for. A street atlas with full index and detailed mapping ensures easy navigation.
Highlights the best, the city Marrakesh has to offer - from El Badi Palace to the Saadian Tombs. This guide features a 'Places' section to explore the...... more
Highlights the best, the city Marrakesh has to offer - from El Badi Palace to the Saadian Tombs. This guide features a 'Places' section to explore the city. It also gives a review of every attraction, cafe, restaurant, hotel, bar and souk and organises them by geographical area.
This new title Marrakesh Berlitz Pocket Guide is packed with all the information you need for your trip. With dedicated features on history, where to...... more
This new title Marrakesh Berlitz Pocket Guide is packed with all the information you need for your trip. With dedicated features on history, where to go, what to do, eating out, handy travel tips, hotels & restaurants & other insightful features, this is a comprehensive yet highly-portable guide. Complete with detailed mapping to aid orientation.
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.
Advantages: Markets and Haggling, the Entertainment, Disadvantages: Staying out till the early hours especially as a women, Pick pockets
...put you off as its great fun and you get to see a lot you wouldn?t see in the new town,
The Markets in Marrakesh are windy maze like narrow streets and they are full of leather goods, jewelers, footwear, clothes, antique shops and so much more, your one hour shopping trip will turn into many more as the variety, colors and many activities pull you in, haggling is important and you can...
Advantages: Very welcoming, clean, lovely view Disadvantages: no bath in our room.
...When it was beautiful weather last summer a friend of mine asked if I would like a night away with her as a treat. This really was a lovely one off and we decided it would be lovely to go to the seaside. We opted for Llandudno as we have both travelled here a few times and have happy memories. We also thought that there would be plenty of sights for us to see. We chose this hotel after reading...
Advantages: Clean, basic, reasonably priced, well-situated Disadvantages: Could be better decor in rooms, buffet a bit hit and miss
...When our coach pulled up outside the back of Hotel Ternopil, I saw a large impersonal hotel, which looked like it had no charm or individuality, a throwback from the Soviet era. My first impressions were not entirely inaccurate, but the hotel is well situated, by Lake Ternopil, and has had a good re-vamp.
Whilst the outside of the hotel, which is in good condition, does look unappealing...
11.02.2014 09:16 ·Read review
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