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We had high hopes given the grand entrance etc. but should have done some research first! This isn’t really a garden! There are acres of olive trees on the approach to the main event (if one could call it that). Before the pavilion there’s an...More
We visited Menara garden on February, a sunny day.
to be honest it is not a spacial garden.
Garden is located close to Menara mall.we used 🚍 bus(Alsa) 4 dh each to get there,bus stop is located outside main gate and you will find lots...More
Unesco heritage, beautiful pavilion and water tank. From the garden you can see the mountains of the High Atlas but when I was there I did not see each other. Probably not worth the ticket to enter, you can walk outside and it's the same
Apart from a view of the Atlas Mountains, there's really nothing here. Some old olive trees and a large area of fetid water. It must have been pleasant once, but the buildings that gave it character are closed and in disrepair.
The park is old, very old and was a reservoir for irrigating Marrakech and surrounding farmland.
The problem is that too many people visit so if you want a quiet walk, in a park with a stunning pond, forget it. Winter is the best time...More
This was included in a morning tour we took while staying in Marrakech. I think everyone on our tour wondered why it was included as there really was very little to see. There is no entrance fee. We walked down an avenue peppered with several...More
There is really nothing to see there. It looks like a large pond with nothing else. We visited when there were no shades, the sun was high and there is a little bit of walk before getting to the pond from the entrance. We were...More
This is a huge park and it is really poor in green spaces. It is full of olive trees but they are not taken care of at all. Rubbish is everywhere and the pavilion with water looks like an old pond. Don't bother going there...More
Definitely glad we didn't have to pay to enter. After a looong walk you get to a man made pond, where the locals chuck in bread to feed the fish. Apart from that the pavilion was not open, and all you can see for as...More