Flea & Street Markets in Marrakech

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Flea & Street Markets in Marrakech

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  • SSR
    3 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Jemaa-al-fnaa- wonderful big square with thousands of traditional art shops, it’s a maze of beautiful shops, prepare to haggle and bargain if you wanna shop … loved it, went almost every other day but still couldn’t see all of it , its huge and interconnected alleys, had an amazing time and yes lots of walking .
    Written 12 May 2024
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  • Heli P
    Helsinki, Finland7,132 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    New desings in natural straw are sold all over this small square which now hosts also several restaurants. The heavy traffic nearby has been restricted making the environment more pleasant. There is a local market at the corner selling fresh fruits, vegetables, cheeses, olives, herbs.
    Written 9 May 2024
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  • Carrie A
    Stamford, UK45 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This is a great market to visit - it feels much more authentic than the main souk around Jamal Fna square. We went in the evening and it seemed like all the locals were doing their food shopping from incredible market stalls.
    Written 11 March 2024
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  • Heli P
    Helsinki, Finland7,132 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Entering from Jemaa el Fna square to the opening of the Great Bazaar you have to take smaller alleys from right or left. Shops on this wider stretch have higher prices even when selling the same artefacts as others way ahead. One expection is my favourite babouche shop at the end on the left side offering everyhing with a fixed price.
    Written 8 May 2024
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia48,861 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We visited a number of Food Markets around the city. We were more interested in looking rather than buying anything. The food on offer looked interesting and it was the kind you would find anywhere. Some of the sellers can be a little pushy but that is probably part of the fun when walking around any city... Just have your wits about you!
    Written 10 June 2020
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  • Leonhkny
    Hong Kong, China19,636 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Souq des Teinturiers, or the street of dyers, is an alley in the Marrakesh medina. It is simply another touristy walkway in town without anything special. It is challenging to really look for the dyers.
    Written 7 May 2024
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  • Robert O
    Rotterdam, The Netherlands5,382 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    For those who are into markets, the Bab el Khemis area is perhaps attractive. There is a flea market operating every day. However, for the average traveller the area is not very appealing. There is hardly any shade, except for the hall where furniture is sold (and repaired or even made). The old Almovarid gate itself is of historic interest, though you are looking at a 19th century restored version, not to say replica (not bad).
    Written 31 July 2022
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  • marilynjoy2014
    Warrington, UK19 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    fantastic holiday. laughed so much , the things we have seen were amazing . if youve got a good sense of humer you mus see it . we would definatly go again .
    Written 7 February 2016
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  • Itai Sevitt
    Jerusalem, Israel2 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Went here in the evening, this is a really nice and local shopping street - less touristy than other souqs.
    Written 14 October 2022
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  • Andy F
    Devizes, UK1,252 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    One of many inter-connected souks/ markets in Marrakech, featuring every traditional trade and craft you can think of. Sometimes one souk runs into another. Sometimes, as in this case, there's a small square with a drinking fountain, a little space and a clear entrance-way into the souk. LOvely place to get lost & take lots of colourful photos.
    Written 5 October 2022
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  • Ed D
    Rincon, GA182 contributions
    2.0 of 5 bubbles
    I bought some Moroccan Amlou with honey and was charged 300 dirhams for this. I had my tour guide purchase the same thing at another location and the cost was 65 dirhams. THE SALES PEOPLE ARE PUSHY TO GET YOU TO BUY FROM THEM.

    CAVEAT EMPTOR !
    Written 19 January 2018
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  • HINA W
    Islamabad, Pakistan7,378 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    This Historic souk is located on the left side of Rahba Kedima. It is also called Le Criée Berbère or the Berber auction. This name might have been given because of the Carpet Dlali or auction held in the nearby Souk des Tapiz or because of the slave auctions that used to be held here around a century ago. Before the French Occupation, until 1912, slaves kidnapped from Africa were auctioned here. They were brought in caravans from West and North Africa . You can find basket shops, wooden spoons and Henna ladies here. The Carpet Souk’s entrance is also in this souk.
    Written 28 July 2020
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