Top Internet Cafes in Meknes

Symbols of the internet | © Max Pixel
Symbols of the internet | © Max Pixel
Photo of Sarah Williams
21 November 2017

If you need to stay connected online, are craving a few hours of online gaming fun, or need to print documents, here are some of the best internet and cyber cafes in Meknes.

Café Cyber Marjane

Shop, Store, University
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A small corner booth-like store close to the University of Moulay Ismail, Café Cyber Marjane is ideal if you remember some quick online tasks while out and about. The store offers a range of internet and telecoms services, including web access, printing, long-distance calling, the sale of mobile call and browsing top-up credit, and faxing.

Cyber Rapidenet

Open until midnight each day, Cyber Rapidenet is a good option if you remember last-minute tasks that need to be taken care of. A copy centre as well as an internet café, printing services are available here too.

Cyber Jabrane

Cyber Jabrane is a standard internet and cyber cafe close to the large Acima supermarket in Meknes. Attracting mainly locals, you can browse the net, use online chat programs, or play games. There are several cafes and coffee shops in the vicinity, perfect if you’re in need of refreshments.

Cyber Jabrane, Meknes

Cyber / Salle De Jeux Batoul

Cyber / Salle De Jeux Batoul is mainly a destination for people looking to play video and online games. Such activities are especially popular with Moroccan youths. Younger travellers may enjoy spending a few hours immersed in their favourite game and taking time out from sightseeing in the old imperial city. It is, however, located in a largely residential part of the city.

Cyber / Salle De Jeux Batoul, Meknes

Cyber de Paris

Cyber de Paris can be found outside of the medina walls, close to the Ville Nouvelle. It’s in the neighbourhood of Hamria. Services largely revolve around gaming.

Cyber de Paris, Rue d’Accra, Meknes

Many of Meknes’s riads and hotels provide basic internet access, although connection speeds may not be all that fast at times. Of course, you will also need to use your own devices to get online. If you use a laptop, tablet, or smartphone, there are also plenty of local cafes and restaurants that offer free Wi-Fi to customers too.

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