This market is amazing! You'll find everything from accessories to spices to food. Such a colorful and amazing experience.
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Very vibrant and packed market area, lots happening in the evening. Quite crowded. You can eat in the local stalls, food smelt good. Can shop and bargain if you like, but the local people can be a bit arrogant, if you don't succumb to their...More
It's a great place and there are many things to see and do but watch out for the hustlers and street performers, oh my god! Honestly because of the constant harassment I have to give this place a 1 out of 10. So random guys...More
You gotta visit but be prepared... The square is a well clocked money making machine and there is nothing cultural or genuine about it. Aggressive (to levels of harassment) selling, overpriced goods and food of doubtful quality. It is a buzzing place full of tourists,...More
I loved the square at night time. Actually much better than day time, when snake charmers and henna ladies are quite aggressive in selling their services. At night more Moroccan tourists and the lights in the darkness make for a cosy atmosphere. If you smile...More
Must-be in Marrakesh, you could spend whole day in here, starting early in the morning in market, through lunch in close restaurant till evening in the main square. I recommend morning vistit at souks, it's more quiet and less crowdy. And, of course, night time...More
What an experience. We went to the square and souk in the daytime, which was full of hustle and bustle. Make sure you barter as the sellers expect it and so price high. You can get most things at 50% lower than the starting price....More
Morocco was the second leg of my trip from Spain.Taking off a few days to venture off to Marrakesh to celebrate my birthday was the highlight of my Spain and Morocco Trip. Moroccan people, the food, and culture are one of kind. Jemmaa el-Fnaa is...More