Beautiful and well-considered gardens offering respite from the souk. Entry charge feels a little steep as there is not much once inside - the gardens are not as extensive or botanically significant as Majorelle. They are well laid out and attractive, though gardeners will find there is little plant variety - mostly mediterranean planting. But perfect for taking a little pause in sightseeing, and sitting on one of the many benches with a cool drink and a book.
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