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“asking price” (147 reviews)
“leather goods” (174 reviews)
“stall holders” (166 reviews)
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Jemaa el Fna, Marrakech 40030, Morocco
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"asking price"
in 147 reviews
"leather goods"
in 174 reviews
"stall holders"
in 166 reviews
"shop owners"
in 102 reviews
"buy something"
in 145 reviews
"for sale"
in 135 reviews
"the main square"
in 205 reviews
"snake charmers"
in 296 reviews
"narrow streets"
in 93 reviews
"stalls selling"
in 68 reviews
"argan oil"
in 71 reviews
"jemaa el"
in 73 reviews
"mint tea"
in 86 reviews
"bargain"
in 638 reviews
"barter"
in 367 reviews
"maze"
in 416 reviews
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Reviewed yesterday

What a great place! Full of tradition and history. Street food is great, wish I could have stayed longer.

Thank tayyebuk
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Reviewed yesterday

Busy place but nice to have visit. Been there, done that. A market-place offering everything that you not need. Or maybe you wold like to decorate your house in Arabic style..?

Thank roarr811
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Exactly as imagined! Photographers dream! Handbags, sandals, fruit and veg but beware the mopeds which whizz through!

Thank Michelle L
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The souls cover a large area in a labyrinth of narrow lanes that are best navigated with a local guide. You can purchase leather goods, jewelry, silver teapots, sandals, spices, oils, herbs and all types of food. It is a busy and hectic place where...More

Thank michelleT9646TV
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Reviewed 2 days ago

It's a great atmosphere to walk in the Souk of Marrakech, all is many colorful and different; fast to much for my eyes, very exotic and nice shops.

Thank Manuela L
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

You can not go to Marrakech and not visit the Souk. Just be prepared for constant cat calling and constant bartering. This is how they do it but just be sure to have an amount in your mind that you’re willing to spend. Remember, the...More

Thank Suzanne V
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Reviewed 2 days ago

wonderful almost hassle free beautiful at night when it's lit up, do mind the mopeds coming up from behind you

Thank hopkinson333
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Marrakech souks were on my bucket list for years, don't bother! Prices are inflated so much you need to barter down to 15 to 20% Much better visiting the market de artisans where everything is reasonable price with price tickets on, made by local artisans....More

Thank Joanne H
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Just loved walking through the souks soaking up the atmosphere, could spend hours here, just be aware of guys guiding you the wrong way fans then demanding money, it's a scam

Thank Mirk8Northumberland
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It is an eye opener to see the variety of stalls here. Bartering is an absolute must. Start by offering, at the most, a third, then you’ll get your item for at least half of their original price. Try not to give to beggars as...More

1  Thank julie_corless69
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Ann-margret C
April 1, 2018|
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Response from comicman | Reviewed this property |
Ann are you looking for traditional shoes. If so then 100 to 150 Durham each .there are some with poor workmanship you can get for as low as 40. handbags Moroccan style you can get in the leather souk from 100 to 400 plus... More
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Spencer F
March 3, 2018|
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Response from comicman | Reviewed this property |
you will see many stores with credit card signs on their doors, and when you are ready to pay , you will be told they are broken, and their helper will gladly show you to a nearby ATM machine. best to pay with Durhams as if... More
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Destiny S
Several questions... The main item I’ll be looking for in Marrakech is one of the large metal hanging lamps (max 3’ long). Can anyone who’s purchased a similar item tell me what it cost and then how much it was to ship to the US? (Or other parts of the world to give me an idea of what to expect). Second question... I’m considering getting a guide for a few hours since we’ll only be in Marrakech for a day and I have very specific souks I’d like to visit, plus having to figure out how to ship things home... For those of you who got a guide, did you regret it? Can I get recommendations for a good guide who’ll let you customize where you go? Next question... I’m highly sensitive to deisel exhaust, so will be avoiding the main square where I’ve read mopeds are a problem. But will I be able to handle any part of Marrakech??? I don’t have asthma, but pollution is the kind of thing that will ruin my day and whole outlook on a country. Lastly, we will be going to the Monday market in the Ourika valley, so hopefully I’ll get most of my shopping done there— does anyone know if they sell lamps at that market?
February 17, 2018|
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Response from Gary W | Reviewed this property |
We paid 60 for a latern that could stand freely and for the larger one the size of a main light feature in a sitting room we paid 80 which uses candles inside as opposed to a bulb. Prices are Moroccon Dirham. Hope this helps
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