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This is a beautiful house. I wasn't interested in buying anything so I can't comment on that but the patio is a place to visit. I went there in September but was told that it is a great attraction during the patios contest in May...
I made an effort to go this place and only one shop was open. It was around 3pm. There was no indication of business hours.
The courtyard was deserted and the mood was somewhat sad.
The products carried by the shop are not unique as...More
I chanced upon this place while exploring the Jewish quarter. It is located on the same street between the Synagogue and the Bullfighting Museum. The first thing that caught my attention was the patio within the courtyard, decorated with beautiful pots of flowers. Surrounding the...More
This is an artists market where you can buy jewellery, sculptures, art pieces, etc. They seemed to be closing up as we went by mid afternoon but we went in and walked around for 10 minutes. Prices too steep for us. Not too much to...More
El Zoco was interesting overall. Interesting building, nice gift shop with some very interesting items on sale. The centre itself seemed rather under-occupied. Perhaps it was the days we were there to visit. Well worth the look anyway. BUT, the big thing for us was...More
El zoco is a derivative of the Arab word Souk, which means Market. And while this may have been a marketplace in the heyday of the Moors, little of that glory remains. Its basically a place where a few overpriced artisans try to convince gullible...More
A little disappointed as was keen to come here and get a unique souvenir. Loads of tourists around but not much for them to see only 1 shops and 2workshops, seemed bit sad and not much there. OverHeard a tour guide who also came in...More