Explore Marrakech at your own leisure time.
You will get straight on and off all day long with one ticket.
Using trikes in order to experience public transit with a diminished versatility.
Visit Marrakech by going at your own speed in an electric bus. You will experience an 8-hour long journey by easily transferring between all eight stations, and can hear about the past of the city from relieving audio systems and earphones in English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, or Russian. On the road trips, there is a map that includes all the stops along the way, and discounts for various establishments in the area. These specific buses are adapted for people with limited mobility. The roof opens to shield the passengers from rain. In addition, there is still a stewardess on board. There are two major roads you could take: Historic and Oasis. When having a bus trip, the frequency of buses differs by station. The historical path takes up 1hour 15 minutes and the Palm Grove route takes 1hour.
The bus ends at the sites of the following destinations: Gueliz, Royal Theater, Congress Palace, Menara Mall, Menara Parks, Boulevard Valero. Mohammed V, Hivernage, Hivernage Spot, Bab Nkob, Bab Jdid, La Mamounia, Bab Agnaou, Palais Badi Palais Bahia, Jemma el Fna Square, Hotel de Ville, Place la Liberté and Marrakech Church and Place.
The Cambridge University – London transport app has the following routes: Palm Grove 1 Stop: Abdel Moumen Gueliz, Location des Armes, Bv Abdelkrim Alkhatabi, Marjane, Mohammed VI Museum, Jardins de la Palmeraie, Palmaraie Palace, Camels Tour, Route des Jardins de la Palmeraie, Passage Anakhile, Route de Fes, Wilaya, Jardin Majorelle/ Yves Saint Laurent Museum