This square is two faced. During the day it most contains sedate orange juice sellers and the like but at night it truly comes alive with all sorts of questionable people and sights. The whole area is transformed into hundreds of little restaurants with lots of banter and noise and crowds of people each being treated to a memorable experience. Remember to bargain hard, be aware that everyone there is out to make money from the tourists whether by legal or other means. A magnet for pickpockets for the unwary. Relax and drink a mint tea at one of the roof top cafes and watch the scene unfold.
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