Travel with Children

The medina is not easily negotiable by buggy (stroller). If you're travelling with a toddler, you may simply have to carry your tired child – or, in a pinch, hire a porter with a barrow (empty ones wait at parking areas). Some hotels have lifts, but overall they're not common. One perk of the medina is that children don't have to look for car traffic – but do teach them to listen for 'Balak!' (donkeys coming through). Kids can run around and meet their Moroccan counterparts at Jnan Sbil and on the promenade of Ave Hassan II in the Ville Nouvelle. Older animal lovers may like to see the veterinary work at the American Foundouk.