How to get here

Location

Come and visit us

The Central House Marrakech, Medina

Medina Amssafah 32,
Medina, Marrakech

Citynizer Plaza

How to get from the airport (Marrakech-Menara RAK)

To arrive with our transfer

If you don’t feel like walking or getting lost in the Medina on your first day, we can offer you a reliable and personal transport service, door to door in just 25 min. Simply send us your flight details (flight number, date, time) and we will be waiting for you at the arrivals terminal with a sign saying “The Central House”.

Contact us to check our prices!

Getting here by bus

The fastest and most direct way to get from the airport to our hostel by bus is as follows:

Walk 4 minutes to the airport bus stop and take bus 19 to Jamaa El Fna. From this stop, it is a 16-minute walk to the hostel door.

Walk 10 minutes to the airport bus stop for line 12. From there, you can take a bus towards Sanawbar to the Koutoubia bus stop. From this stop, it is a 17-minute walk to the hostel door.

Walk 9 minutes to the bus stop for line 20 and take the bus towards the Bab Ghmat Terminus to the bus stop Sidi Mimoun. From there, it is a 22-minute walk to the hostel door.

The ticket price is €5, which you can pay on the bus with cash, card or mobile phone (contactless).

Taxi

You can find a taxi rank in the arrivals area of each of the two terminals at the airport. It’ll take you approximately 25 minutes to get to our hostel, though as you already know, this will depend on what the traffic is like in the city when you’re visiting.

Our recommendations for getting around Marrakech on foot

Walking

One of the great pleasures… Immerse yourself in the Medina district, a neighbourhood rich in culture, diversity, leisure and fun. Enjoy the little things that the city centre has to offer: the food, the urban art, the markets, the history of Marrakech, all while burning calories.

Bus

The city of Marrakech has a bus line that allows you to travel around the city, with clearly marked stops at the most popular places.

Even so, it is much more comfortable and convenient to get around on foot in the central district of Medina.