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Rabat 10030, Morocco
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Reviewed 1 week ago

If you see one Medina in Morocco you've seen them all. They are very similar to each other. The same products, the same odors, and the same annoying haggling. The haggling can be fun in the beginning but wares on you by the end of...More

Thank Dancinggir
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I walked through the medina several times, and always found something new to catch my attention. Diversity of products sold here, from fruits, vegetables, seafood to leather products, artisanal crafts, and tourist trinkets.

Thank Alison L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Reasonable pricing and lot of choice. I felt like in Ali baba' s house. Don't shop anywhere else in Morroco but here

Thank Mouna_221
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Rabat's medina is quite different from other medinas we have visited as the products are less touristy and more focussed on the locals. This meant less hassle which is always a good thing. The paths are quite badly paved as there is some work done...More

Thank doofvfood
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had a riad in the medina and spent three days wandering around. It is a maze and at times sheer bedlam and like other reviewers have said, will overpower the senses. The vendors are very pleasant and friendly. The goods on display are the...More

1  Thank Raymondocanuck
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Go back in time and do some shopping as 16th century folks would do. This isn't a huge medina so with some patience and a Google Map you can easily find your way. It's not as easy as the one in Meknes but definitely not...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The Medina was one of the busiest I have been to. There were plenty of good shopping opportunities but just make sure that you don't get lost in the maze of streets. You have to be able to say no to the vendors who may...More

Thank khoward67
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a open market like the others here in Morrocco. You can walk about and buy local products here.

Thank SE s
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Medina is an open market mostly with traditional items. It is a good place to buy local stuff. You should do a lot of bargaining with the people there. If you’re visiting Rabat, of course it’s a must see place.

1  Thank sukerina415
Reviewed 10 December 2017

great shopping for gifts to take home, but there deos not seem to be a culture of haggling over the price. leather goods and ceramics good value, but look into the side streets for better prices

Thank adtraveller2016
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5 December 2016|
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Response from Piramidon | Reviewed this property |
Or, if you are brave enough you can walk into Medina and grab some street food. I am taking about Rabat Medina though. It's bustling at night with food stalls, very lively. Note - I am talking about Rabat Medina. Don't... More