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  • Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Cadogan Guides; 2nd Revised edition edition (25 July 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1860114326
  • ISBN-13: 978-1860114328
  • Product Dimensions: 14.1 x 1.6 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 944,944 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"'Rogerson's guide is knowledgeable, enthusiastic and filled with useful detail' - Sunday Times" --Sunday Times

About the Author

Barnaby Rogerson first visited Morocco aged 16 and has been going back ever since. Over the last two decades he has found the time to write a history of North Africa and lay pebble floors in grottoes, as well as writing Cadogan's guide to Morocco. He lives in London.


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Good informative book
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based on reviews from other buyers i bought this instead of lonely planet. but neither my husband or i found it that helpfull, some very basic information was missing - for example maps which included roughly where the recommended hotels, restaurants etc were located. which made finding things difficult as fez is a city which was fairly difficult to find our way around (e.g missing street names etc). it gave lengthy descriptions of certain things like mosques, but then at the end said non muslims could not visit them! there was not a hlepfull rough idea of opening times or entry fees. i do understand this information gets out of date, but i would have found it more helpfull to have at least some guidance. i felt the book was written by someone who had particular interests so would go into great detail on those, but too little information on other things...e.g. there is a lengthy and very well laid out description of vollubilis. the other thing i found with this book is that .when i read it before my trip i did not feel excited about visiting the region, i think it was due to the writing style. i found the lonely planet copy i read whilst in fez engaged my imaginiation much more. even though i do intend to visit morrocco again i left this book behind.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9e709504) out of 5 stars 4 reviews
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HASH(0x9d4ea444) out of 5 stars Really liked this guide 15 July 2011
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I like travel books, guides, maps, etc. I tend to overspend on guides and for a recent trip to Marrakesh and Rabat I bought four guides. By far, I found Cadogan's Guide to be my favorite for the essentials, good restaurants, witty and well-written neighborhood summaries, and spot on recommendations. So, I can recommend this book highly.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d4f8198) out of 5 stars Well organized 3 Nov. 2012
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I purchased this book and the Lonely Planet Morocco (2009) book for my trip to Morocco in July 2012. I mostly used this book and carried it with me daily. I found the layout and content of this book made it much more user friendly than the Lonely Planet book. I visited Rabat, Marakesh, Fez, and Meknes during this trip and found that it provides good details on all of the main attractions. Their was plenty of information and maps on the historical sites and medinas that I was able to get around the medinas without too much trouble. I did not use either book for lodging as Trip Advisor and bookings.com have the most up-to-date consumer reviews and prices for lodging and recommend travelers to use those websites for that information. Although this book provides information about neighboring cities, it's main focus are the cities listed on the cover. That being said, if you are planning on traveling to other cities you will probably need an additional book. My final suggestion that had nothing to do with the book is that I highly recommend staying in one of the many lovely Riads in the medinas in these cities as opposed to a hotel. You will find the Riads charming and providing a much more authentic environment with moroccan hospitality (and moderately less expensive than industrial hotels).
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HASH(0x9d4f815c) out of 5 stars Marrakesh, Fez and Rabat Book 13 May 2013
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The book is very detailed. It is very useful, but is a bit too much for a travel guide, at least for me. Besides, it is too big for taking it with you while walking around. Adding a separate maps would be definitely a bonusMarrakesh, Fez and Rabat (Cadogan Guides Marrakesh, Fez, & Rabat) (Cadogan Guide Marrakesh, Fez, Rabat),
HASH(0x9d4f8450) out of 5 stars Nice to have history in the guide. Very good. 25 Nov. 2015
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Well done. A great deal of history included.
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