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Jemaa el-Fnaa
Flea & Street Markets, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Chouara Tannery
Flea & Street Markets
Marrakech Souk
Neighborhoods, Flea & Street Markets
Medina of Fez
Neighborhoods, Flea & Street Markets, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Le Souk
Antique Stores
Palais du Tresor
Art Galleries, Antique Stores
Dar Moulay Idriss
Antique Stores, Flea & Street Markets, Gift & Specialty Shops
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Marrakech Souk Marrakech
Fantastic traditional souks, great shopping!
... people mauling trinkets is one thing, but go slightly off the beaten track and the handling of goods signifies considerable intent to purchase - be wary (see review of Shopping tour of Marrakech Souks for more!).
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Jemaa el-Fnaa Marrakech
Wonderful place todo shopping you will find all traditional morrocan goods great atmosphere the souks deep inside the square are beautiful feels like you gone back in time very traditional place has kept its herit...
Snakes, monkeys, argan oils, spices, restaurants, street performances, street food, juices (Orange juices are very typical, very tasty and cheap) and you have also a variety of market shops.
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During the tour he recommended restaurants, shopping stores, art places, tannery & even a place to shop for carpets.
After confirming that we weren't vegetarians he took us to a small butcher shop where we had a delicious local ‘burger’, with a fresh olive salsa, at a bargain price.
He offers a different shopping experience within the Medina which is a breath of fresh air.
During our shopping experience, Abdul and his brother made sure that my 16 month-old was comfortable, had the poopy diaper change, was given mint tea and snacks, and had space to run around or cry to her hearts co...
I took two wonderful tours with Marrakech Urban Adventures: the shopping secrets of the Medina tour and the food tour in the evening.
We booked a shopping tour of the souks for us, as a family of four, and had an excellent time.
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It was an amazing shopping experience, the labyrinth pathways which form the Marrakech Souks of the Medina seem to flow continuously with a vivid assortment of shops and stalls selling everything you could possibl...
Shopping tour of the souks
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Lori is eager to share her wealth of knowledge of the art, culture, and shopping in the area.
The Souks were a true highlight of our trip to Marrakech, so many examples of wonderful craftsmanship and an absolute must experience both from a cultural and shopping perspective!
The shopping experience is extremely relaxed and accommodating.
He is so sweet and accommodating, taking us to all the best addresses in Fes that it be for food or to see the artisans at work (also great for shopping if you're into that; these places were the cream of the crop).
We also had some of the best shopping tours in morocco and we bought some beautiful gifts!
The Medina of Fez is a fascinating place to spend a day or two exploring and shopping, but you'll have to be ready to do some bargaining and avoid the touts to get good deals on purchases.
A unregistered local guide will take you on a shopping tour to his friends.. Be prepared for a culture shock, the smells, sounds and colors of an age long past.
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We happened to run into Youssef in one of the shops and he offered to be our tour guide for the afternoon - we were a little reluctant but took him up on his offer and ended up having the most wonderful afternoon...
The shop we were taken to was lovely and the quality of products was excellent.
Henna Cafe Marrakech
Really liked the opportunity to do souvenir shopping after our dinner as owner's own art was presented as well.
There are some tourist shops in the same street and a couple of top quality boutiques who make and sell Moroccan ladies wear.
Le Souk Essaouira
My first visit to the souk was magical, I visited in the evening, when it was at it's busiest, when the locals have finished work and do there shopping.
You can find also tourists shops with leather goods, and many nice cafes serving very tasty Moroccan breakfast - very recommended to taste Amlou, which is spread made of edible argan oil, grounded almonds and honey.
Ensemble Artisanal Marrakech
Great little shopping area just away from the main square where you can browse peacefully and shop, still at reasonable prices from various craftsmen and co-operatives some of whom have workshops on the site.
Prices are set, so are slightly higher than what you could haggle down to in the souks, but well worth it for a peaceful shopping experience.
... clay into shapes to drawing designs and painting them in, to creating mosaics and ending in a gift shop of products made there -- we found the prices a little high compared with elsewhere, but we felt the qual...
After the tour, spend an hour in their gift shop.
Stayed in agadir for two weeks and had to visit this place three times, its huge and has so much culture and interesting things, perfect for shopping and browsing
... more.... from fresh fruit and veg to dryer fruit, from fresh Argan to olive oil from normal wear to evening wear... all at good prices... and all the shop keepers are friendly and easy going... bargain heaven...
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... it's amazing chaos.. visited bakeries, saw the artisans, stroll thruw the fresh product stands... had a chance to talk to locals, I did some shopping and saw some very old homes, the Alleys etc... it was great!
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The shops will give you mint leaves to mask the smell and take you to the viewing area to take pictures, and will give you a brief overview of how the process works and how hides are prepared and dyed.
The leather shop downstairs has the most beautiful garments for sale, top quality at reasonable prices.
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In the end we wound up with a wonderful blanket, a great shopping story, and good feelings by all.
Lovely shop with beautiful antique treasures and high quality handmade woven rugs, blankets and other items - they are very friendly, reasonable and generous (not aggressive or pushy which can be the typical exper...
Morocco Mall Casablanca
Being the largest shopping mall in Africa this mall has most of the top fashion brands plenty of entertainment for the kids and the food shopping can be done all in one great place, in addition it has a huge aquar...
you must visit it if you want to do shopping in casablanca you will found a lot of stores and if you in rabat you can take the train to casa port station and take the taxi to morocco mall for 40 dh
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33 Rue Majorelle Marrakech
Brilliant service within a relaxed and unique shopping experience
Great shopping
Max & Jan Marrakech
Whether you're wanting to shop or eat, Max & Jan offers a unique, beautiful, artistic atmosphere in the heart of the Medina.
They were supremely helpful, sourced the jacket from another one of their beautiful shops and had it delivered to my Riad.
Warda la Mouche Marrakech
After shopping at the Warda la Mouche clothes shop, we stopped at the Café.
Wow, I have found a contemporary designer shop in Marrakech!
Aromatimri Marrakech
This shop is highly recommended especially if you want to buy the products as a gift.
KiFKiF Marrakech
An oasis in the sea of shopping opportunities of Marrakech.
Next time we are in Marrakech we will visit again this little shop, nestled in a little corner of a calm, quiet street in the medina, curious to see what new designs appear.
Al Nour Marrakech
Located in the Medina of Marrakech, the spacious shop with its friendly staff make for a memorable shopping experience.
It was a small piece of heaven in the busy medina-the women in the shop were so friendly, always smiling and the atmopshere was so relaxing;-) highly recommend!
There were few tourists so we got to see how the locals shop and bargain.
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There retail shops double as workshops, were medieval methods are used in producing utensils for the kitchen.