Experiência em Marraquexe: excursão gastronômica ao mercado de Djemaa El Fna incluindo um jantar tradicional
  • Experiência em Marraquexe: excursão gastronômica ao mercado de Djemaa El Fna incluindo um jantar tradicional

    Delicie-se com os exóticos alimentos marroquinos e ofereça um banquete a seus sentidos com o espetáculo da caótica praça principal de Marraquexe, a Djemaa El Fna, durante essa inesquecível excursão a pé. Com a ajuda de seu guia local, saiba mais sobre as vibrantes especiarias marroquinas, testemunhe a arte da pechincha no mercado de carnes local e prove algumas das delícias locais, incluindo o mocotó bovino e o ghoulal, uma sopa de caracol. Sua aventura gastronômica atinge o clímax com um tradicional jantar marroquino em meio a encantadores de serpentes, artistas trabalhando com henna e videntes na impressionante Djemaa El Fna.

    Esta excursão para grupos pequenos limita-se a 12 pessoas para garantir atenção mais personalizada do seu guia.

    Comece sua odisseia culinária no Marrocos no Djemaa El Fna, às 18h, quando os inúmeros vendedores de alimentos começam a preencher a animada praça principal de Marraquexe. Absorva toda a atmosfera inebriante desse Patrimônio da Humanidade pela UNESCO antes de seguir seu guia através das pequenas ruas laterais que saem da praça para descobrir lojas e barraquinhas de guloseimas que nem todos os visitantes conseguem conhecer.

    Experimente as diferentes variedades de azeitonas, nozes e outros populares petiscos marroquinos antes de seguir para um mercado de carne bovina e de aves, onde será possível assistir aos moradores locais pechinchar o preço da carne. A pechinchar é praticamente um estilo de vida por aqui e observar esta tradição lhe dará uma visão mais profunda da cultura local.

    Em seguida, é hora de visitar um mercado de temperos e aprender como o Marrocos se tornou um centro de comércio de especiarias. Maravilhe-se com a miríade de cores e fragrâncias de especiarias como o açafrão, cardamomo, anis, cominho, páprica defumada e tumérico, e aprenda como são usados nos tagines marroquinos e outros pratos.

    Deixe a maravilhosa variedade de especiarias e siga para os zocos, mercados ao ar livre, para conhecer os diversos tradicionais pães do Marrocos, incluindo o msemen frito na panela e beghrir, que se parece com um crepe. Atreva-se a experimentar delícias marroquinas como mocotó, cabeça de carneiro ou o ghoulal, uma sopa de caracol.

    Por fim, depois de explorar a grande quantidade de comidas interessantes nos zocos e mercados de Marraquexe, é hora de comer! Acomode-se com seu pequeno grupo de companheiros amantes da culinária para esse tradicional jantar marroquino em um restaurante no coração de Djemma El Fna enquanto ela vai alcançando o auge de movimento. Aproveite algumas das melhores oportunidades de sua vida de observar pessoas em suas atividades diárias enquanto se delicia com os sabores complexos de sua refeição em meio a camelôs, macacos e encantadores de serpentes.

    Sua excursão gastronômica marroquina de três horas e meia termina aqui, embora a paisagem, os aromas e os sabores de Marraquexe com certeza ficarão para sempre com você.

    Informacion Adicional
    "A confirmação será recebida no momento da reserva"
    "Este é um passeio para crianças. Crianças entre 6 e 11 anos são permitidas neste passeio, na tarifa listada acima. Por favor, selecione "criança" acima no momento da reserva. Crianças menores de 6 anos podem participar deste passeio gratuitamente. Informe-nos no momento da reserva se você levará uma criança com menos de 6 anos. Você pode fazer isso na caixa de solicitações especiais na página de check-out."
    "Recomenda-se um código de vestimenta conservador em Marrocos. Homens e mulheres devem manter a parte superior do corpo (especialmente ombros, peito e barriga), bem como os joelhos cobertos em todos os momentos, como um sinal de respeito à cultura local. Usar calções não é recomendado. Pode ficar legal depois de escurecer, então, por favor, vista-se apropriadamente para essa turnê."
    "Sem acessibilidade para cadeira de rodas"
    "Perto de transporte público"
    "A maioria dos viajantes está apta a participar"



    • Horário de Início6:00 PM
    • Ponto de partida: Marrakech 40000, Marrocos
    • Duração: 3 horas 30 minutos
    • Cancelamentos e reembolsos: Para receber um reembolso integral, cancele com até 24 horas de antecedência do início da experiência.
  • Incluído

    • Guia local
    • Degustações de comida em mercados e souks
    • Jantar local autêntico

    Não Incluído

    • Gorjetas
    • Recepção e desembarque no hotel
  • 9/10

    Recomendação Passageiros 90%
    Avaliação com base em 60 Críticas Verificadas

    Nossos clientes

    • David K
      Postado em Lunes, 04 de noviembre del 2019

      This was one of the most memorable food tours I've taken, and Omar was the most hilarious and engaging local guide! We made no fewer than 10 stops around the city, sampling a bunch of different goodies along the way! Here were some of the highlights:
      -A local bakery- we saw the deep oven used to bake round loaves of bread both for the baker and for neighborhood families.
      -A Moroccan donut/pancake shop in the Jewish quarter- here we got samples of Moroccan mint tea (each pot is made with two rectangular BLOCKS of sugar, freshly fried donuts, and savory, chewy pancakes stuffed with onion.
      -A pastry shop- most of the pastries, sweetened with honey, were made with some kind of nut, but most were made of almonds.
      -A Berber “pharmacy” (spice shop)- here we tried Berber tea (made with mixed herbs), as well as bread with Berber “nutella,” a dip made with ground almonds, honey, and argan oil (this was definitely a highlight for me!). We also got a thorough explanation of different spices, herbs, perfumes, and more from the person running the store.
      -Food stall at Jemaa el-Fnaa (the most bustling evening square I’ve ever seen)- at the first stall, we had harira soup, a tomato-based soup with chickpeas and pasta, along with a very sweet sesame pastry on the side. At another stall, we had snail soup—you used toothpicks to coax the little snails out of their shells, and the spiced broth gives them a nice warming, savory flavor.
      -Olive stalls- right outside the main square, there are a bunch of stalls all selling olives, a Moroccan staple—we tried green olives marinated in herbs; garlic; harissa; as well as black olives.
      -Chez Lamine Hadj Mustapha- by far the highlight for me of this food tour was sitting down for tangia (not tagine) at the rooftop terrace of a restaurant run by a former chef of the King of Morocco! Tangia is a stew of beef cooked in an earthenware pot with spices and preserved lemon, and the flavor and tenderness of the meat were unlike any I’ve had before!
      -Back to a stall at Jemaa el-Fnaa for a final tea made with a ton of spices, including ginger, cardamom, mace, and nigella seeds (along with plenty of sugar, of course). This acted as a final digestive and farewell drink, before we parted ways!

      What an amazing food tour.. four hours just flew by! Not only did we get to have some great food, we also got to visit local places and connected with an awesome, funny, knowledgeable tour guide! What a great experience!

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Bennett W
      Postado em Viernes, 25 de octubre del 2019

      From Morrocan crepes and pancakes, Morrocan spices to such dinner classics as snails, tagines and tanjias, this 3+ hour tour was both fun and informative. The food was great, the conversations even better. Our guide for the night, Omar, was the best: kind, funny, and most importantly, informative. Whether the questions were about Morrocan food, Marrakech specialties, Islamic customs or life in the medina, Omar was quick and accurate in his responses. He truly made it an evening to remember. Given the chance, I would readily do the tour again. Thanks Omar for a fun night out.

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Sonja W
      Postado em Viernes, 04 de octubre del 2019

      Our guide Atika was super informative about all the foods we ate and sights we saw. There is quite a bit of walking, so bring good shoes and pay attention so you don't get run over by the millions of scooters and motorbikes zipping through the alleys. (Marrakech people tend to walk very quickly too.)

      The group was limited to 12 people, and it was relatively easy to find the right guide at the meeting point in front of Cafe de France even though there were two other tours meeting there at the exact same time and the Jemaa El Fna square is complete chaos.

      We definitely ate our fill on the tour, from donuts in the Jewish quarter to what I call "Moroccan minestrone" (harira soup) in the square to snacks from the souk to slow cooked beef and lamb at the finish. There was more food than we could finish, and it was nice to take home the bag of mixed nuts from one of the stalls in the souk.

      One thing to note: we did not get to try the snail soup as other reviews mentioned. A little disappointed, but understandable that tour stops may change based on what the guests like/dislike over time.

      Overall a very good tour, well worth the money!

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Damien K
      Postado em Lunes, 30 de septiembre del 2019

      Can't say anything bad it was a great experience with some great people. Omar was funny and had a lot of local knowledge

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • ira.fleischer
      Postado em Viernes, 27 de septiembre del 2019

      We had a great time on our tour. Youssef was an excellent guide. He was knowledgeable and interesting. Make sure you come hungry. We had fresh squeezed OJ, dried fruit and nuts, Moroccan pancakes, soup, donuts, olives, lamb, and 2 different tangines (lamb and beef). I highly recommend this tour.

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • sandra.mcgregor
      Postado em Miércoles, 25 de septiembre del 2019

      Arrive at this tour hungry! Our guide was wonderful - this is a great opportunity to try many traditional foods and learn much about the history of Marrakech. Highly recommend!

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Maria B
      Postado em Jueves, 12 de septiembre del 2019

      Omar showed us some if the traditional food and the stories behind making them and how it relates to the life if the people in the Medina. From Moroccan donuts to snails to tajines and olives. Omar is knowledgeable and very friendly.

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Samantha F
      Postado em Lunes, 05 de agosto del 2019

      Our guide could not have been nicer. He took us all over and all the things we tried were delicious. My five year old was on the tour with us and he even got her to try things! Overall, a must-do tour!

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Rachel G
      Postado em Miércoles, 10 de julio del 2019

      This was an amazing foodie tour! Each food stop was amazing. Our tour guide also gave us a lot of insight into the Moroccan culture. He navigated us through the souks so that it was not too crowded and overwhelming. Highly recommend!

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Ayiza U
      Postado em Martes, 18 de diciembre del 2018

      If it wasn't the perfect food tour.. Urban Adventure's Abdessalam made it fun, tastier than expected and culturally interesting. His knowledge of history and food is amazing and he's very encouraging in trying various delicacies that can be found in the Medina! We had an amazing time and it was totally worth it. We joined the tour with an empty belly, with no less expectations and we went home really full and happy. :)

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Danielle H
      Postado em Domingo, 24 de junio del 2018

      Amazing!! Must do!!

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • yasser.suhail
      Postado em Miércoles, 07 de marzo del 2018

      The tour and the tour guide I think Abdul were great. There is a lot of food at the beginning and end of the tour, and some snaking on olives and sweets in between. Just remember not to take pictures of the adjoining shops, when you're trying the food of the place he's taken you, they don't like that. Highly recommend getting the tanjia for dinner, if you've had your share of tagines throughout your trip.

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Samantha P
      Postado em Sábado, 03 de febrero del 2018

      Wow! This tour was fantastic, what a great introduction to Marrakech food and culture. Our guide Youssef was friendly, knowledgeable and lots of fun. Do NOT eat before going on this tour - so much beautiful food to try. By the end of the evening we felt like locals! There was plenty of time afterwards to explore the markets and shops.

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Sharon M
      Postado em Domingo, 08 de octubre del 2017

      Fabulous but be prepared to eat - A LOT!!! So much food

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Tameka K
      Postado em Jueves, 27 de julio del 2017

      Our guide was friendly and knowledgeable, and this was a great way to orient yourself in Djemaa El Fna. Learned about the history of Moroccan food, with sweet and savory bites, some fresh fruit, roasted lamb and of course, a delicious dinner. Highly recommend, especially if you plan to spend a few days in Marrakech.

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • janettandrea7
      Postado em Jueves, 25 de mayo del 2017

      Amazing! Highly recommended.

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • dfshirlaw
      Postado em Miércoles, 12 de abril del 2017

      The five of us were so glad we booked this tour. Certainly one of our highlights from our Morocco vacation. Yusuf, our guide, was incredible. He has a real passion for his country,it's traditions and it's amazing cuisine. We tried eight different things on our 31/2 hour tour inside and outside the historic Medina. Put it on your list and do it...we loved it and you will too.

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Grant M
      Postado em Lunes, 13 de marzo del 2017

      Abdul was excellent. Ask for him. Tons of delicious food - save some room. Only one awkward shopping stop at a spice store we did tell Abdul ahead of time we did not want to go to any carpet/other stores. Trip start is difficult - hard to find guide in craziness of the square. He was standing across the entrance from Cafe France and did indeed have a lanyard was a small ID badge.

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Rouge S
      Postado em Sábado, 04 de marzo del 2017

      the guide from Urban Adventures was great. he gave a lot of local insights and pointed to many hidden gems in the souk. you need to empty your stomach before joining this tour. there was so much food to test at every stop. if you eat gluten-free, don't like sweet stuff and are vegan, do not choose this tour. Moroccans eat a lot and I mean a lot of wheat bread, sugar its sugar cubes at the tea house are very intimidating and heavy meat especially lambs. the only healthy stop was probably the olives shop!

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • peter r
      Postado em Martes, 24 de enero del 2017

      Great experience - try it all!

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Eshe S
      Postado em Martes, 24 de mayo del 2016

      This tour was absolutely exceptional! our tour guide Mustapha was very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. As we walked from stop to stop he told us about the history of the area we were in, and was able to answer virtually any question we had. Lastly, but certainly not least, you get A LOT of food!!! It is not like other food tours I've been on where they give you small bites at each stop, they give you full servings on this tour. I highly recommend letting your guide know you will share your portion with someone you are traveling with, Only because I felt bad leaving behind picked over food. But all in all great tour, I highly recommend it to anyone who is looking to try Moroccan food where Moroccans eat!

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Allison S
      Postado em Martes, 20 de octubre del 2015

      We had a lovely time walking through the markets, tasting different foods... A great guide and a great time

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Thommo
      Postado em Lunes, 10 de agosto del 2015

      Excellent tour with great food and a very knowledgable guide. Great to be safely guided through what otherwise is a very intimidating atmosphere. Would highly recommend.

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
    • Lisa W
      Postado em Viernes, 12 de junio del 2015

      Mustapha was a great tour guide and very knowledgable about the local food and customs. The pace wasn't too fast and we got water breaks when needed. He showed us and got us to try a wide variety of different foods from various areas which also gave us a good introduction to the market areas. We were given a choise of dinner at the end of the tour so that if you'd rather not try hte sheeps' head or cows hoof you could have something like couscous or a tagine instead.

        Qualificação Geral: 10/10
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