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Markets of Rissani seem colorful and exotic but not any more attractive than Marrakesh or Souk aux Dattes. Same rules apply. Follow the safety rules and mind your belongings and you will have interesting time.
We had a much better time at this souk compared to any other souks in all the big cities we visited in Morocco. This is by far the most authentic experience with the locals visiting the market. Although we went around 2pm, there were people...More
Really interesting- everything is made and sold here- of course bargaining is par for the course! - from meat to clothes to almonds, dates, sheep, cows, metalwork, woodwork, you name it is there. The most amazing thing was the donkey park- where customers parked their...More
Rissani, on th edge of the Sahara, has one of the most comprehensive locals markets or souks. All the produce is generally local, most produced in the neighbouring oasis and many handcrafts ranging from carpets to the polished fossils
This souk is definitely authentic, locals come from small desert villages around the area to buy, sell, trade animals, fruits and vegetables, spices, camel saddles, anything and everything you can think of.
We ended up at Maison du Sud which was filled with a large...More
Definitely one of the best souqs in morocco that we visited. Very authentic and the tourists were few in number so it was basically a local market. Not a tourist market like the souqs are in Fes and Marrakech.
We bought a carpet there that...More
i am originally from the desert and work as a guide organizing tours in all over Morocco , so i traveled and explored most of the important places of Morocco and i discover that the Rissani market is the best traditional market to visit, in...More
We came here with our guide in March 2015. We love visiting markets so it was really fun for us. We could see a little bit about the distribution of the market, and we found quite unique things. We loved buying fresh dates and spices....More