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“Fabulous Fès”

published 27/05/2008

AdvantagesNot as "touristy" as other parts of Morocco, steeped in history, a beautiful city

DisadvantagesBeware small children and Moroccan men

...close to all the action, was incredibly peaceful. Many riads, we noticed, seem to be hidden away in the depths of the city, so it's definitely worth asking for directions before you arrive... SHOPPING Half of the fun of shopping in Morocco is bartering in the souks, or markets, and Fès is no different. However, we did find that - because we stood out so obviously as tourists - many stall owners...

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AdvantagesGreat for a relax for a night or two

DisadvantagesNot too much to see - a full day and you've done it.

...and as prices on the internet were in excess of £90 each way I contacted the Riad we had booked in Essaouira and arranged two taxi trips through them. Price 65 Euros each way (or approximately £110 in total). Our trip went very smoothly and I looked out of the window in anticipation as the guide books I had read advised that you could ask the guide to stop for photo opportunities enroute between...

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AdvantagesIt's cheap, fascinating, beautiful and not even that far.

DisadvantagesThe hassle.....

...~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We loved Morocco, particularly Marrakech which is an amazing city which incidentally is near enough to make a long weekend of. It is cheap place to go and a truly fascinating experience. As there are lots of really interesting and beautiful places near by it is also definitely worth making central Morocco a longer trip. I would dearly love to return and see some of the North of the country: Fes...

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