You'll spot these green horse-drawn carriages everywhere in the city, although you're more likely to find an available one at Djemaa el Fna or the Koutoubia Mosque. Not only are calèches fun to ride, but they can also fit more people (up to six at a time) and generally cost less than taxis. Most of the routes have fixed prices: For example, it'll cost around 50 MAD ($6 USD) traveling from Djemaa el Fna to the Guéliz neighborhood in Ville Nouvelle. You can also hire calèches by the hour for roughly 100 MAD ($12 USD), but make sure to double check your driver's rates. Also, avoid calèches that don't display a SPANA badge of honor, which the British animal rights group of the same name awards to drivers who properly care for their horses.