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Marrakech City Tour Hop On - Hop Off

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    Historical Route

    Route Duration: 1 hour

    Stops on the Historical Route :
    • Place Abdel Moumen Ben Ali - This mayor route connects Casablanca, the economic capital and the road of Agadir.
    • Gueliz - The Royal theatre is located at the beginning of the most prestigious thoroughfare in the city: Avenue Mohamed VI. It is an impressive building, designed by the architect Charles Boccara in the late 90's.
    • Royal Theatre - The Royal theatre is located at the beginning of the most prestigious thoroughfare in the city: Avenue Mohamed VI. It is an impressive building, designed by the architect Charles Boccara in the late 90's.
    • Palais des Congrès - In the same avenue as the Royal Theatre you can also find the Palace of congress: an imposing building that was built in 1989.
    • Menara Mall - In the new Menara Mall you can find many shops, terraces and cafes.
    • Menara Gardens - The Menara is a 12th century Park which extends over 100 hectares. Planted with an extensive olive grove within a site of rare beauty, it enjoys on the South side and exceptional view on the Atlas.
    • Avenue Mohammed V - A former official holiday neighborhood of diplomats and officials, it is characterized by elegant villas within flowering gardens of oink bougainvillea and sweet-scented purple jacaranda.
    • Hivernage - Close to the medina, the neighborhood of Hivernage is a beautiful area of greenery and calm unfolding in proximity to its ochre red walls. Together with the Palmeraie of Marrakech, it is today the most expensive and most appreciated residential area of the city.
    • Place de l'Hivernage
    • Bab Nkob
    • Place Bab Jdid - This door, beautifull and well preserved, is access between the district of Hivernage and the Medina, to the Mamounia.
    • La Mamounia - Built in 1923 by Henry Prost and Antoine Marsisto, the Mamounia blends the art deco architecture and the ornament in zellige and painted wood.
    • Rue Bab Agnaou - At this stop you can find the Saadians Tombs, also called “necropolis of Marrakech”, built by the Saadian sovereign Al Mansour as a resting place for this remaining ancestors.
    • Bahia Palace - The palace Badi was built in the 16th century, by the Saadian dynasty. Today the palace preserves its beautiful ruins, where many storks have chosen this palace to nest
    • Jemaa el-Fna - Proclaimed of oral and humanitarian heritage by UNESCO in 2001, Jemaa El Fna is the heart of the city.
    • Hotel Ville
    • Rue de la Liberté
    • Plaza
    Attractions on the Historical Route :

    Menara Gardens and Pavilion

    Operates: Departure time for the first stop in Winter Season (01 Oct - 14 Jun) 09 AM, and last stop 07:15 PM. Departure time for the first stop in Summer Season (15 Jun - 30 Sep) 9 AM, and last stop 09:15 PM. Frequency: Daily every 20 minutes.

    Palm Grove Route

    Route Duration: 1 hour

    Stops on the Palm Grove Route:
    • Place Abdel Moumen Ben Ali - This mayor route connects Casablanca, the economic capital and the road of Agadir.
    • Place D'Armes - The Place d'Armes acts as a connection between Mohamed V Avenue and Avenue Abdelkrim Al Khattabi , two of the most important arteries of the city.
    • Boulevard Abdelkrim Al Khattabi - This mayor route connects Casablanca, the economic capital and the road of Agadir.
    • Marjane - The hypermarket and shopping mall Square Marjane offers all different kind of merchandise from food to clothes and furniture.
    • Water Museum
    • Route des Jardins de la Palmeraie - There are many legends about Marrakech but one of them says that the founder of the city chose this place, for it's wilderness and to rest his army after eating many dates he had brought on his journey and as a result palm trees began to grow. Many years passed to shape this vast palm grove.
    • Palmeraie Palace - Today, the Palmeraie has become a much appreciated place by the international jet set: important people from the world of fashion, art and cinema have built splendid houses surrounded by gardens of exuberant vegetation.Some prestigious hotels have been opened with great golf courses making Marrakech a landmark for lovers of this spot.
    • Marrakech Camel Ride - For many centuries, camels constituted the main mean of transportation of the large caravans crossing Sahara to North. Camels have the perfect characteristics to resist in this climate. At this stop you can enjoy a camel ride in the palmeraie.
    • Route Passage Anakhile - It is said that the current palm grove is smaller than it used to be due to real estate speculation and the lack of maintenance of the ancient irrigation system. It is estimated that has 100,000 palm trees. This tree is protected by law and logging carries heavy penalties.
    • Route de Fès - La Route de Fes or Fes road connects Meknes and Fes with Marrakech , three of the four imperial towns of Morocco (Rabat is the other one).
    • Wilaya - The wilaya is the seat of the regional council . In the vicinity you can find the souk El Khemis, very popular for Marrakchis but unknown to tourists, where they sell a huge variety of products related to home and decoration, recommended for those who look for bargains at a great price.
    • Jardin Majorelle - The Majorelle Gardens, a place of peace and freshness, is located in the heart of the city of Marrakech. It bears the name of its creator Jacques Majorelle, a painter and a lover of botany.
    Attractions on the Palm Grove Route:

    Jardin Majorelle / Jemaa el-Fnaa

    Operates: Departure time for the first stop in Winter Season (01 Oct - 14 Jun) 9 AM, and last stop 7 PM. Departure time for the first stop in Summer Season (15 Jun - 30 Sep) 9 AM, and last stop 9 PM. Frequency: Daily every 60 minutes.

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    Reviewed 10 July 2019

    It's okay for the price, I paid about 17 euros when I got the tickets online. Buses for the Red Line are usually on time, buses for the Green Line isn't very punctual. Bought the quad tour for 30euros and it went for 45minutes -...More

    Date of experience: July 2019
    Thank enochp821
    Roger C, Gerente at Marrakech City Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 10 July 2019

    Dear Enoch P, I would like to thank you for sharing your opinion on our city tour bus in Marrakech. Please note that, as it is stated in our official selling points, Marrakech City Tour has a large fleet of buses that allows to offer...More

    Reviewed 19 April 2019

    Day one, took the “green line”, which is the shorter of the two. The narration is good, though somewhat sparse. A greater amount of explanation of what we were seeing would have been welcome; this was true for both lines. The bus clean and staff...More

    Date of experience: April 2019
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    Roger C, Gerente at Marrakech City Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 30 April 2019

    Dear Kegan36604, Thank you for taking the time to post a review on your experience with us. I am pleased to learn you enjoyed the journey aboard our bus in Marrakech as well as our staff warm welcome and customer service. As you well pointed...More

    Reviewed 25 March 2019 via mobile

    Short tour. Thirty five minutes. City is not big. Had a audio plug in. Seems like tour could have been more. I saw some good things though. Cheap price. Comfortable bus. Overall good for the price. About 20 bucks.More

    Thank buzzard6
    Roger C, Gerente at Marrakech City Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 26 March 2019

    Dear buzzard6, Thank you for sharing your positive opinion with Marrakech City Tour, We are glad to see you have chosen our tourist bus service to get an introduction of the city and that you found it helpful. This said, we can only hope to...More

    Reviewed 2 March 2019 via mobile

    We have used this company during trips to many European Cities. This is the last time. I am registered disabled. We went to the bus stop near the main market square to buy tickets. I walk slowly with a stick, and asked the guy selling...More

    Thank Richardo1961
    Roger C, Gerente at Marrakech City Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 8 March 2019

    Dear Richardo1961, Thank you for bringing this issue to our attention. Please rest assured that I will look into the matter to see what may have occurred and avoid similar situations being repeated in the future. I have sent you a private message regarding this...More

    Reviewed 25 February 2019 via mobile

    We found this an extremely simple way of getting around all the main the sites on both routes. During 48 hours our ticket was valid for. As our accomodation was within a short distance from one of the stops. The commentary was informative enough.More

    Thank L8279TLandyh
    Roger C, Gerente at Marrakech City Tour, responded to this reviewResponded 28 February 2019

    Dear L8279TLandyh, I appreciate your posting a review on our Marrakech City Tour. I am glad you enjoyed your experience with us and that you found the information provided useful. I hope to see you using our services on your next visit to the city....More

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    Jessica T
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    Response from L8279TLandyh | Reviewed this property |
    Thats simple yes both routes were included on the one ticket price.
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