Brits booking cheap flights to Marrakech can look

first_imgBrits booking cheap flights to Marrakech can look forward to arriving in a city cheaper than any other short or medium-haul destination.This is according to Thomas Cook’s Cost of Living 2010 survey, which found that the north African country costs the average traveller just £29.42 a day.The results of the poll were backed up by Travelzest, whose spokesperson said that Marrakech offers a “very affordable” cost of living.”Taxis cost just a few pounds to cross the city, attractions like the Saadian Tombs and Majorelle Gardens are low-cost, and the souks, full of all sorts of products, are all about bargaining and haggling,” the spokesperson said.The £29.42 recorded by Travelzest is a fall of £6.75 compared to the daily cost of Morocco last year, and is approximately £20 less than the average tourist to the UK will spend.According to ABTA – The Travel Association, Morocco will be among the world’s leading tourist destinations this summer thanks to large-scale investment in new hotels and infrastructure.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Related16 ridiculously cheap places to go on holiday in 2017Want to save pounds on your holiday this year? We’ve put together 16 of the best places for budget travel in 2017, based on flight prices, accommodation, eating out and – most importantly – the average price of a beer. Here’s where’s cheap to travel this year, whether you’re up…Long-haul destinations more affordable for British holidaymakersHolidaymakers are snapping up flights to mid and long-haul destinations because they offer a better cost of living than the UK.Skyscanner Real Value Resorts 2011Skyscanner Real Value Resorts 2011last_img

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