Where to Stay.

You’re on a budget and you want to stay in the Medina. Riad Massin, all the way.

If you’re not on a budget but you want to stay in the Medina: If you want to stay near the Fna and inside the walls of the mazelike old city, you can also go high end. The place to do this? Riad Dixneuf La Ksour, impeccably decorated, clean, contemporary and with great service.

What to Do.

Saadian Tombs

El Badi Palace

Ben Youssef Madrasa


Where to Eat.

La Nouvelle Sirene: Newly opened near the apartment in Gueliz, La Nouvelle Sirene makes traditional Moroccan food with a French twist.

Stall 32 and Stall 14 (of the juice stalls) at the Djemaa el-Fna: harira soup, stuffed like a sardine around a rickety, u-shaped picnic bench. Seriously. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200. Get straight to Stall 32.There are a dizzying amount of stalls to choose from, and they will all be calling you over, trying to take you by the arm, even. Cajoling, and smiling, eventually turning sour when it becomes clear you’re not going eat their meals. Why? Becauase you’re going to make a beeline for Stall 32 and get perfectly grilled lamb sausage and

Read more on Jodi's blog

Comments by other travellers

There are no posts. Why not be the first to have your say?

Post a comment

I want to
Question
My comment - optional
Rating - how would you rate this place or experience?
 

About this author

  • Jodi Ettenberg

    Born in Montreal, Canada, Jodi Ettenberg is a former new media and technology lawyer who quit her job after 5+ years of working…

Also by this author

Latest travel blog posts