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I spent a day on this striking, blue-washed city, but the place deserve that you stay at least 2 days. Now, I have a good excuse to come back :-) Start your visit from the top of the Medina and walk your way down. Get...More
I love this city and it's just amazing. The blue colors are breath taking, the cascades, the shops and the bazars are divine.
Loved everything, from dressing up in traditional clothing that did cost only 5 Dirhams and the view of the mountains where the...More
Our dreams come true because we are really liked this city it's like paradise and very good colour blue town city and hiking in the morning to visit the river and small waterfall and watch the overview sunset difently we liked everything and this town...More
We enjoyed the visit in the blue town. There are many stairways which isn’t ideal for a family with pushchair. Otherwise, the people are friendly and don’t push you to buy anything. The call from the mosques gives it the lovely ancient touch. Highly recommended
The old medina gives you many options and ways to walk up on the small cute streets and research traditional cuisine and of course 1000 of sweet shops pushing their articles on the street so you don't even need to enter. Smaller than Marrakesh souk,...More
Perhaps they had made their money for the day but our walk through the Chefchaouen Medina lacked the usual pressure to buy that is so often the experience in Morocco. Everything here is painted in various shades of blue presumably to create a suitable and...More
Be prepared for lots of fancy annoying tourists. And a local population that is sick of them. Fes and Essaouira have much more authentic medinas. Though if you want a clean and touristy one this is it.
I enjoyed my stay in Chefchouen. For all of the reports of tours and hassle I experienced none of that as a solo female. No one followed me or harassed me, no one pushed for me to buy kif, even the henna ladies take a...More
This mountain town is compact, crowded and congested. The narrow streets make it difficult to get by. But the more you explore the town, the crowd gets lesser and you start enjoying the place. Spend about half a day to explore this old medina and...More
The best itinerary will be Marrakech, Atlas Mountain then you can visit essaouira. You can have 1 day break in rabat (the capital, you can see some historical sites) because of the distance between essaouira and Fez. Then... More
The best itinerary will be Marrakech, Atlas Mountain then you can visit essaouira. You can have 1 day break in rabat (the capital, you can see some historical sites) because of the distance between essaouira and Fez. Then you can go to Fez and if you have time you can visit Volubilis (it’s Roman archeological city near to fez), then you can go to Tanger and Chefchaouen and you can fly from Tanger. Feel free to ask me if you have other questions.
Response from Sundancer93003 | Reviewed this property |
It is quite small. It depends how much shopping you want to do. The locals who have something to sell will not leave you alone for a second! They are very, very pushy. I think an hour or two is plenty of time.
Response from Parsbanou | Reviewed this property |
It's not that big. You wont even need a full day but it extremely depend on you yourself and how you enjoy visiting such places but try every (and I mean every) alley or path as you will enjoy every inch of this blue town!