Somewhat disappointing and did not live up to expectations. The initial sights sounds and smells are wonderful. However, after 10 minutes you realise that by and large they are all selling the same mass produced merchandise aimed at tourists. You can get stuff cheap if you barter, but beware, if you can get it cheap, it is generally very poor quality. The vendors are mostly all good humoured and friendly and wont pester you if you say "no thank you" or "I have already bought one of those". We found that they are not willing to barter on the better quality items and a few of them will take offence if you try to barter them down too low. Take a good look around and check the quality before you buy. We found better items and sometimes a little cheaper or the same price outside the Souk. If you are buying lamps, go to the Jewish quarter where they are sometimes making them. They are not willing to barter but you get a much better product. Be careful buying herbs and spices. It sounds very cheap until they start bagging it up and weighing it!
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