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      Cheap Bus Tickets from Agadir to Marrakech Online Booking

      Discover your travel route on web, mobile or app and book cheap bus ticket from Agadir to Marrakech online now.

      Do cheap bus from Agadir to Marrakech bus tickets online booking and travel Agadir to Marrakech by road. Marrakech is the top place to discover the Moroccan history, mostly because there are many best places and monuments of interests that are awaiting your visit. You can visit Marrakech by booking a cheap bus tickets from Agadir to Marrakech online now. Here are some of the best places to visit in Marrakech:

      Bus from Agadir to Marrakech Bus Tickets, Routes, Schedules & Fares FAQs

      What is the affordable way to get from Agadir to Marrakesh?

      The affordable way to get from agadir to Marrakech by bus. Bus fare Agadir to Marrakech $8 – $15 and takes 3h 30m.

      Is there a direct bus Agadir to Marrakech?

      Yes, there is a direct bus to Agadir from Marrakech. Services depart hourly, and run every day. The journey takes about 3h 30m.

      How far is it from Agadir to Marrakesh?

      The travel distance of Marrakesh and Agadir is 203 km.

      Where do I take the Agadir to Marrakesh bus from?

      Cheap bus tickets from Agadir to Marrakech services, operated by Supratours.

      How do I move from Agadir to Marrakesh without a car?

      The top way to get from Agadir to Marrakesh without a car is to bus. Agadir to Marrakech bus cost $8 – $15 and takes 3h 30m.

      Bus Tickets from Agadir to Marrakech Tips

      Here are some of the best attractions in Marrakech:

      The Koutoubia

      The Koutoubia is a 70 meter high tower of the Koutoubia mosque, a landmark that dominates the full city. Visible for miles, this twelve century tower is to Marrakech what the Eiffel is to Paris. The tower is decorated with intricate title work and topped with 3 golden orbs. Many visitors use it to navigate the old city’s confusing streets.

      The Saadian Tombs

      Discovered as recently as the early twenty century, these tombs are the real burial place of the Saadian prices. Wonderfully decorated, they provide the visitor an insight into the opulence of this period Moroccan history.

      The Jardin Majorella

      This is simply the most visited attraction of Morocco. It took French artist Jaques Majorelle 40 years of dedication to make this wonderful place. This walled botanical garden, once owned by Yves Saint Laurent, provides a magical stroll right in the center of the city, yet very far away from it. Walk through exotic flowers and green foliage located artistically around mosaic-lined ponds brimming with water lilies and lotus flowers.