The fortress is well conserved and there is an exhibition about how the town was build and about the culture and daily life of its habitants. The entrance is 20 dhm.
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My wife and I loved visiting this place. Lots of history and traditional architecture. It reminded us of how ancient people used to love to build quality stuff that lasted and which produced a sense of awe and astonishment. Definitely must see if you are...More
The Kasbah is beautiful to walk through, I love the contrast of the green orange trees and the old stone structure. You also get great views of the medina and the mountains from the tower. The museum is limited but interesting. Definitely a must visit...More
This is the old fort of Chefchauoen, now a (limited) museum. Much more could be made of this spot, but it is interesting. English language captions on exhibits would help. Great views over the city from the tower.
Worth a short visit. The garden is quiet, there are displays of handcrafts. The information looked interesting, but neither my French nor Spanish were good enough to understand it well, and English was absent. Views from the tower are nice.
We visited the Kasbah Museum in November last year. I didn't think there was much to see here, but for 10 dirhams you may as well go in and climb up the fort for an aerial view of the city. The museum itself did not...More
We were very excited to learn more about Morocco and Chef here, but unfortunately everything here is written in Arabic. It was a bit disappointing considering we kept a whole evening to be here. Although the views from the top are stunning... Worth the trouble....More
If you visit Chefchaouen, make sure that you visit this place. Highly recommend it, and the view from there to part of the city is great.
The cost is only 10dh ( not $10 ) so it's very cheap and you can climb the tower for a view. The information displays are not in English ( they may have some English info but we didn't ask ). Something alittle different from...More