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Really enjoyed seeing how the locals shop. Made me think how things are done here now was similar to how they were done in the U.K. many decades ago.
Food and even furniture,seeing the upholstery and curtains being made.
If you're expecting a traditional souk like the ones in Marrakesh or Fes, then you will be disappointed. Souk El Had is in what can only be described as a massive warehouse and sells everything from clothing, leather goods, pots, pans spices, fruit, veg, sofas,...More
We visited the souk to do a bit of shopping and had a great time. Please note you have to haggle, we were advised to start your offer with 25% of what they tell you and pay the maximum of 50%. We tested this theory...More
Got some really nice bits here, a leather bag, beldi soap, some purfume bars etc. But the people here will rob you if you let them. Haggle, haggle and haggle some more. Whatever you want to pay for something offer half that and when you...More
What an experience it’s like entering another world
Wonderful stalls of colour selling spices and fruits
Lots of different goods 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...More
If you want a flavour of Moroccan life then you need to visit Souk Al Had! It's very busy so keep your wits about you and if you buy anything make sure you haggle the price as they always start with a ridiculously high price!...More
Visited this on excursion so was accompanied by a guide.
It really is a feast for eyes and ears and all manner of trading is taking place however the traders tend to follow one about and it's very annoying. There is also the haggling which...More