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  • Excellent44%
  • Very good34%
  • Average15%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible3%
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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"
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"for sale"
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"the main square"
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"snake charmers"
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"argan oil"
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"jemaa el"
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Reviewed today

For a lot of things (except carpet) it looked like this was the place with the best value for shoppers.

Thank krsu
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Reviewed yesterday

Vibrant full of colours, But the sellers aggressive. If you have no plan to purchase d’nt look . They are so pushy to get you inside their shops.

Thank Yehia C
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Reviewed yesterday

Fantastic experience to just wander around and experience. Would suggest you have a drink in one of the roof top cafes and take the views in. Snake charmers, monkeys and African dancers. Must try the fresh orange juice, it’s delicious!

Thank piesrus2016
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Have a plan of what you want to see and where you want to shop and most importantly bring a guide. Be prepared to negotiate - everything is negotiable and very few places have price tags on their merchandise.

1  Thank Michael R
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

I have been coming to the Suq for years. We have stayed in Riads in the middle of it or off the medina but clearly you get most out of the Suq by „living it“ i.e. spending different times of the day in it. Probably...More

Thank DerMannAufReisen
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Beautiful shops and sellers not too aggressive or pushy. A great experience to go. You have to love haggling though!

Thank MikkeVK
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The Jemaa el Fna Square is full of sights and smells (all good). Take it in at a cafe and watch your wallets! Bargain hard at the souks. Random people will come up to you if you look lost and will follow you or take...More

1  Thank nutrinut
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The Souks are amazing. Must barter to get a good price which can be tiring and a lot of the places sell the same things but we felt safe and everything was very light hearted

Thank Denize W
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Reviewed 3 days ago

One of the biggest colorful markets in Africa. Time is not important when you walk in, easily you can lost in the chaotic labyrinth, but no worries all streets leading to the main square. Also there is a travel in time, in the most exquisite...More

Thank gpissio
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Reviewed 3 days ago

You have to go to the souk even if you don't buy anything. Despite some of the reviews I read I found the sellers not aggressive at all, in fact very friendly and were happy to leave you with a firm no. Don't worry about...More

1  Thank 70'sThrowback
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Ann-margret C
1 April 2018|
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Response from JustRolf | Reviewed this property |
I can confirm the Ensemble Artisanal Market. This really gives you a good idea of what a fair price SHOULD be. Of course no negotiating here, which can of course be part of the fun.
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Spencer F
3 March 2018|
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Response from Laila G | Reviewed this property |
I only tried cash - since it’s easy to stick to the negotiated price ;0). As for the price setting - agree with your self what you think is the max price you will pay, start a bit under and the negotiate from there. And... 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?
17 February 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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