Marrakesh Shopping

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  • 1. Clothes & Shoes

    I should advice you to have a look in shops that smell to leather, in the case of the babouches, searching for real traditional ones. Please, avoid the plastic in any case. Speaking about the veils...

  • 2. Food and Drink

    If you absolutely need something you can't find anywhere else you can try the Marjane hypermarket on the edge of town. We broke our pushchair and needed a cheap replacement - we tried here and found...

  • 3. Local Products

    As said in the previous tip of the craftsmen in the patios, the Medina's street are a real truly Moroccan experience, the main reason to come to Marrakech for most of the people. The Medina is a...

  • 4. Carpets

    Should you decide to buy, they will package the rug up into such a small square, it is amazing but easier for transporting back home. Of course the size doesn’t not equate to the weight which of...

  • 5. Lamps

    The Ferblantier Square, close to El Badi Palace, is the traditional place for lamps and lanterns, made by hand in copper or any other kind of metal. They are very beautiful to see, mainly of they're...

  • 6. Souvenir Shops

    First and foremost .... these guys are experts ... no matter how good you think you are at haggling .... these guys make you look like a rookie ..... not only do they do it every day .... they have it...

  • 7. Music & Musical Instruments

    Whenever I travel, I like to listen to the local music. I usually return from my holidays with a few cd's. Morocco has a variety of styles - Arabic, Arabic-Andalucian, Berber, Gnawa or Gnaoua(a...

  • 8. Perfume

    Our local guide took our group to a local Cosmetic Pharmacy during the tour of the medina. The display of cosmetics manufactured from local herbs was amazing, creams, deodourants, potions to clear...

  • 9. Paintings

    I bought this small oil painting on canvas of a Marrakesh street scene fom a shop near Dar Si Said- as a souvenir of my trip, it was easy to carry, lightweight, and reminded me of my wanderings around...

  • 10. Tatoos

    This is a must. Tattoo yourself with the local J'ma Al-Fna main square. don't pay more than 20 dirhams to a harm tattoo. 2€. od course that if you ant to be nice just pay 30 dirhamns. it's actually up...

  • 11. Tips and Tricks

    Morocco is well connected, even if the connections aren't always that good, and you can find low prices on short term 3G sim cards for your phone, and USB sticks for your laptop. Apart from being able...

  • 12. Diagone: Apple Macintosh Store in Marrakech and Casblanca

    There is an Apple Mac dealer/shop in Marrakech - called Diagone on Ave Mohammed VI in Gueliz near Lycee Victor Hugo. + 212 524 431 200 Also they have...

  • 13. In the souks: Haggling for souvenirs

    My crutches meant that we couldn’t venture as far into the labyrinth of souks as I would have liked to do my limited shopping. I know that the better bargains,...

  • 14. Art works 2

    Another picture I bought in Marrakech was this oil painting of a Veiled woman's face. Islamic Art forbids the use of human beings depicted in paintings etc-...

  • 15. The Fez Hatb

    The Fez hat or otherwise known as the Tarboosh. A cone shaped hat, usually red with a black tassel, many believe it may be originally of Greek origin. The...

  • 16. Ceramics

    Everywhere you will find Moroccan ceramics. The urban pottery is made mainly in Fes, Sale, Meknes and Safri. Different areas have different styles. The...

  • 17. Jars and Jars

    They have more than 100 products which include a lot of traditional cosmetics, essential oils which can be used for both cosmetic purposes and healing. They...

  • 18. Aux 100.000 Epices

    Right in the Kasbah by the Saadian Tombs is Aux 100.000 Epices. You enter the Riad through quite a non descript doorway and up the stairs to their presentation...

  • 19. Teapots

    Moroccan teapots are made of brass, aluminium, tin and silver alloys. You will see a lot of silver coloured teapots in the souks which are used for serving tea...

  • 20. Market near El Bahia

    Near El Bahia Palace, if going straightly from Kotoubia minaret, there are also many shops and even cheaper and i would say sometimes nicely made. Especially...

  • 21. Librairie Chater: Books In Marrakech

    The extensive book section, the best in the city, is at the back of the shop, with coffee table books and guidebooks, including Atlas Mountain guides in French...

  • 22. Antique Shop: Berber antiques

    I was invited into this shop, while I was wandering about near Dar Si Said. I'm no expert on antiques, and I'm always a bit wary if they are genuine. However,...

  • 23. La cabane d'Ali Baba: Cavern full of beads

    Beads at wholesale prices - hands of Fatima, engraved metal beads, enamelled metal beads, seed beads, ... rummage through Ali's baskets of yes, you guessed it,...

  • 24. The Alarm Clock Search

    Having left my alarm clock behind in the hotel in Erg Chebbi, I tried to buy a suitable replacement in Marrakech. It made a change to actually go looking for...

  • 25. Sagha - Grand Bijouterie: Sagha - Grand Bijouterie - Jewellery

    Located in the Mellah (Jewish quarter) you will find the Sagha or Grand Bijouterie, which is the old jewellery market. Look for the lovely old 'Grand...

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