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Amazing place inside the old Explore the labyrinthine medina to see its souks and historical highlights including the Saadian Tombs, 14th-century Medersa Ben Youssef seminary, and Koutoubia Mosque; and absorb the colors and clamor of Djemaael Fna square
We enjoyed this open area market. Interesting merchandise, stalls packed with mysterious potions, colorful piles of spices, essential oils. There are also stalls with Berber hats. If you do not plan to buy best to hide your curiosity - that protects from the intensity of...More
After walking through the narrow streets and constantly moving out of the way of the motorbikes it's great to finally arrive at a nice open space like this square. The square is full of traders but they don't give you any hassle. There are plenty...More
After wandering in the narrow congested streets of the medina, it is a relief to enter this open square (actually, it is more triangular in shape). Vendors sell goods (hats, spices, baskets) from tables set up in the square, and there are several cafes to...More