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Souqs of Rissani
Flea & Street Markets
Jemaa el-Fnaa
Flea & Street Markets, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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Jemaa el-Fnaa

Hundreds of street food sellers, shopping opportunities, live traditional entertainment, noise, hustle, bustle, mint tea in roof top terraces with amazing sun sets and aerial photography shots to be had.
Worth visiting and taking pics if your into the hustle and bustle of Marrakech close to the koutibah mosque and great atmosphere in the evening with a lot stalls selling different things make sure you haggle your...
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Everything is so Moroccan there from the crowd through the music, the smells and scents, the amazing ancient art- and craftworks to the traditional street food and cosmetics (especially the Argan oil produced righ...
... for sale it is a market for locals although there are a lot of stalls for tourist also A must is a stop at one of the little cafes for some Moroccon tea and pancakes Well worth a visit but don’t forget to haggle
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An amazing must see spot if you are in Fes and the medina one of the oldest Tannaeries in the world.The view from the shops were amazing and free but be prepared to be feel guilty if you dont buy anything, having...
The leather goods store inside the facility has beautiful jackets and will customize to whatever design ideas you have.
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This photogenic triangular square is located near the Kairaouine Mosque in Fes El Bali.
The metalworkers' souk is quite literally the beating heart of the Fes medina.
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In fact, it is a very big market divided in some souqs: clothes, sweets, dates (the most important local feuit), spicies (what smell!), meat zone and animals zone (very interesting, especially if you come here wit...
- from meat to clothes to almonds, dates, sheep, cows, metalwork, woodwork, you name it is there.
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This was a much quieter market than the very busy and touristy souks surrounding Jemma el-Fna.
... you in and out of the alleys and then walk you round one of the many tannery’s giving a whistle stop tour then on to a leather shop where they try and sell you a leather,bag, belt or anything for 10x its value.
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Marche Central

You can buy from the fresh fish stalls and then have your choice cooked to your specifications at one of the cafes but you need to haggle so speaking French or Arabic will help I prefer just to wander past some of...
You can find vegetable sellers, tavern owners, herb dealers, fish mongers, florists, spice traders and handicraft vendors here.
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Sunday Souk

Sure Marrakesh is a wonderful City to visit and its Souk is large and buzzing- here at Taroudant , things are on a much smaller and relaxed scale ! - but still plenty of choice of goods to purchase A walled town t...
Great local market
The market is very big and has a lot of different zones: clothes zone, sweets zone, dates zone (it is very popular, because dates are the local fruit of the desert), spicies zone (wonderful!), meat zone and animal...
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Most activity seems to be about 10-11am when fishermen have landed their catches and are all trying to sell.
Muddy, chaotic, bustling, it is a wonderful assault on all your sense!.
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Lovely architecture, not much to do inside.
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