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The tour and the tour guide I think Abdul were great. There is a lot of food at the beginning and end of the tour, and some snaking on olives and sweets in between. Just remember not to take pictures of the adjoining shops, when you're trying the food of the place he's taken you, they don't like that. Highly recommend getting the tanjia for dinner, if you've had your share of tagines throughout your trip.
Wow! This tour was fantastic, what a great introduction to Marrakech food and culture. Our guide Youssef was friendly, knowledgeable and lots of fun. Do NOT eat before going on this tour - so much beautiful food to try. By the end of the evening we felt like locals! There was plenty of time afterwards to explore the markets and shops.
Fabulous but be prepared to eat - A LOT!!! So much food
Our guide was friendly and knowledgeable, and this was a great way to orient yourself in Djemaa El Fna. Learned about the history of Moroccan food, with sweet and savory bites, some fresh fruit, roasted lamb and of course, a delicious dinner. Highly recommend, especially if you plan to spend a few days in Marrakech.
Amazing! Highly recommended.
The five of us were so glad we booked this tour. Certainly one of our highlights from our Morocco vacation. Yusuf, our guide, was incredible. He has a real passion for his country,it's traditions and it's amazing cuisine. We tried eight different things on our 31/2 hour tour inside and outside the historic Medina. Put it on your list and do it...we loved it and you will too.
Abdul was excellent. Ask for him. Tons of delicious food - save some room. Only one awkward shopping stop at a spice store we did tell Abdul ahead of time we did not want to go to any carpet/other stores. Trip start is difficult - hard to find guide in craziness of the square. He was standing across the entrance from Cafe France and did indeed have a lanyard was a small ID badge.
the guide from Urban Adventures was great. he gave a lot of local insights and pointed to many hidden gems in the souk. you need to empty your stomach before joining this tour. there was so much food to test at every stop. if you eat gluten-free, don't like sweet stuff and are vegan, do not choose this tour. Moroccans eat a lot and I mean a lot of wheat bread, sugar its sugar cubes at the tea house are very intimidating and heavy meat especially lambs. the only healthy stop was probably the olives shop!
Great experience - try it all!
This tour was absolutely exceptional! our tour guide Mustapha was very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. As we walked from stop to stop he told us about the history of the area we were in, and was able to answer virtually any question we had. Lastly, but certainly not least, you get A LOT of food!!! It is not like other food tours I've been on where they give you small bites at each stop, they give you full servings on this tour. I highly recommend letting your guide know you will share your portion with someone you are traveling with, Only because I felt bad leaving behind picked over food. But all in all great tour, I highly recommend it to anyone who is looking to try Moroccan food where Moroccans eat!
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