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Dar el-Bacha Street (Rue Dar el-Bacha)
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Dar el-Bacha Street (Rue Dar el-Bacha) Tours and Activities

Rue Dar el-Bacha (Dar el-Bacha Street in English) marks the northern edge of Marrakech’s Central Medina — the city’s heart and soul. This area is also home to many of Marrakech’s top shops, restaurants and hammams. Walk along the road, and you’ll find shops selling antiques, Oriental rugs, Berber jewelry and housewares, as well as a handful of fondouks — a sort of Middle Eastern caravanserai — dealing in artisan wares like bags, tapestries, hand-painted tile and ottomans.

Dar Moha, ranked among the city’s top Moroccan restaurants, occupies a beautiful riad along Dar el-Bacha, where diners can eat al fresco around a patio swimming pool. For a bit of relaxation after a day wandering the medina, Rue Dar el-Bacha boasts two excellent spas, the more traditional, public Hammam Dar el-Bacha (the largest traditional hammam in the city) and the upmarket, spa-style Hammam de la Rose.

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Marrakesh Private Shopping Tours & Adventure walking Souks

Marrakesh Private Shopping Tours & Adventure walking Souks

At 09h30 your guide will meet you at Cafe de France at the big square (Jemm el fena), from there you will started go back in time to the days of Marrakesh red city. First, we listen to you. Then we define your need ! Forget the map and just follow your eyes, nose and ears. Head off into the entrance of the souks opposite the Café de France and walk north between the souvenirs, spices and the eggs market. It passes stalls selling textiles, lanterns, and leather. Get Ready to treat yourself? Follow your personal shopper guide through 0 souks and shop til you drop! From artisans’ goods, jewelry, Moroccan decoration and of course, tasty treats. This private experience is a peek into Marrakesh’s the local life You’ll get to explore all different souks in the medina and visit particularly on the two main souk street of rue Mouassine and rue semarine Our shopping private tour recommendations: √Souks (shopping Areas) √Rue Moussine via Secret garden √Rahba Kadima (spices markets)
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Desert Sunset Camel Ride With Free Tea in The Desert Camp

Desert Sunset Camel Ride With Free Tea in The Desert Camp

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Enjoy a relaxing sunset camel ride just outside Marrakech during this half-day tour. Head to the Agafay Desert Camp just outside of Marrakech for your 2-hour camel ride through the desert. After your ride, enjoy a delicious Moroccan dessert and tea at the camp before heading back to the bustling city.
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Dar el-Bacha Street (Rue Dar el-Bacha) can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all 2 Dar el-Bacha Street (Rue Dar el-Bacha) tickets and tours on Viator.
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How much does it cost to visit Dar el-Bacha Street (Rue Dar el-Bacha) 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Dar el-Bacha Street (Rue Dar el-Bacha) costs USD 35.90. Guided Dar el-Bacha Street (Rue Dar el-Bacha) tours start around USD 35.90 per person. See all 2 Dar el-Bacha Street (Rue Dar el-Bacha) tickets and tours on Viator.
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