By where going into the old town?
The medina is Cerularius, all doors can lead to his heart, Jemaa el Fna. But each door has a different ride.
the western side.
Bab Doukala area is the door of passengers who arrive in Marrakesh by bus or grand taxi, which explains the affluence at this location feverish activity of the place. In fact, Marrakechis include under the term of Bab Doukala a group of doors from Bab kbourchou Doukala area properly speaking, further north, which allows direct access to the Zawiya of Sidi Bel Abbés.par the door of Bab Doukala, breakthrough a side door of the former Almoravid two towers, one enters a commercial area of streets leading to the souks, perfect to taste a traditional atmosphere. To the east, newly pierced a door, leading to the district Arset Ihiri.
When coming from Guéliz by Avenue Mohammed V, the extensive Bab Nkob breakthrough leading directly to the Koutoubia Mosque and Jemaa el Fna. By a hook, you can also borrow Bab ar-Raha, a pretty little Almoravid door to enter the medina to the whole craft and neighborhood mouassine.
From the Hivernage district, you come across Bab jdid, allowing the hotel to walk along the Mamounia and the gardens the Koutoubia Mosque.
Bab Agnaou near , Bab Er Rob conduit to Saadians dan the district of the kasbahs. You can also borrow the door to get to el Badi Palace and continue to take pleasure of Bahia.
For visiting the area of the royal palace by car or by coach, going through Bab Ahmar and along the inside and outside the méchouar, huge esplanade lined walls housing the Dar el Makhzen, residence of the King when he is staying in Marrakech.
Between Bab Ahmer and Bab Ghemat , a outside the city walls, you can visit the market porters, very colorful.
By Bab Debbagh, defensive gate has five elbows, is the only door evoking a corporation, in this case the tanners which is the neighborhood.
Bab Debbagh, as one reaches the historic heart of the medina, around the Madarsa Ben Youssef and the Almoravid qubba.
Bab el Khemis (door Thursday) is recommended for strolling around the religious area of Sidi Bel Abbes, one of seven owners of Marrakech.