Trips from Marrakesh Morocco by bus
Marrakesh Morocco is the fourth largest city in Morocco. Without a doubt, the historical city of Marrakesh is one of the most beautiful and home to a unique culture and magnificent architecture. These are only a few factors that the city adds to its beauty so, what is besides Marrakesh? Let’s look at some of the other places you can visit by bus from Marrakesh Morocco.
The city of Agadir is right at the foot of Atlantis mountains. Even though the city was destroyed almost completely by an earthquake back in 1960, reconstruction took place. It is now one of the biggest and the coolest seaside resort in the country. Moreover the beach facing the Atlantic ocean and the mild climate are refreshing and intriguing. As such Agadir attracts many visitors from around the world throughout the year. The bus journey is only 3 hours from Marrakesh.
The economic business hub of Morocco. Casablanca has its own charms that welcome you. For example you can witness the combination of traditional Arab and French trends. Being one of the biggest mosques in the world, the Hassan II Mosque is a must-visit. Indeed the stunning handmade carvings and golden ceilings are too unique to be seen anywhere else. Furthermore to see some traditional architecture you can head to Mahkama Du Pacha which serves as the court of justice. Casablanca is only a 3 hours bus journey which you can easily take from Marrakesh.
If you head to Essaouira, you will be able to visit the busiest fishing port in Morocco. The vibrant and colourful background here will surely assure you of some great Instagram clicks. Don’t forget the magnificent views that Borj El Barmil fort offers. The location was even in the TV show Game of Thrones. Wanna take home some souvenirs for your loved ones? Le Souk is the perfect place. Here they offer handmade handicrafts, clothes, jewellery, etc. Hop on a bus from Marrakesh to take a three hours journey to Essaouira.
4. Ait Benhaddou
Yet another movie-featured location to view the best of Moroccan clay architecture. There are 5 families living in the village now out of at least 90 families that lived in the early 1900s. The location was featured in blockbuster movies such as Gladiator and Lawrence of Arabia. Ait Benhaddou is about a 5 hours journey by bus from Marrakesh but the journey is sure worth it.
Travel – safety tips for your Trips from Marrakesh
- Places to eat – There are plenty of restaurants that serve many sorts of cousins such as Moroccan, African, French, or Mediterranean for moderate prices.
- Money – You can exchange currency at any local bank. However, to get better rates you can head to a Bureau de Change which is legal and a trustworthy money exchanger.
- Safety – Avoid walking in empty alleys, especially at night.
Book A Solo Tour Guide to Organise your Trips from Marrakesh Morocco by Bus
A Solo Tour Guide is a local friendly tour guide who specialises in helping the solo traveller. He looks after your safety and welfare at all times. He will be able to help you sort out your next travels from Marrakesh, and will assist you so that you won’t be cheated. To book a Solo Tour Guide for Marrakesh, please click here.
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