A stunningly beautiful place, with so much to see.
A place of much history, and a place hugely significant to the spiritual life of so many.
Make sure you have time just to wander, and absorb the amazing atmosphere. There are many important buildings, but there is so much more!
Yes, there are pickpockets (like any major world city!), and there are many people trying to part you from your cash. But haggling over prices is expected, and part of the experience.
The stalls in the market have a fascinating range of goods - look out for the beautifully arranged spices, the comical t-shirts and the lovely olive wood.
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