Shopping in Marrakech

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Shopping in Marrakech

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  • Rabbit Hole Adventures
    21 contributions
    You have to see the craziness of a weekend night, but thats about it. Dont plan to spend too much time.
    Written 15 May 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia39 543 contributions
    We walked to this Mall without actually intending to go there. It was more of an accidental visit. However it is a modern Mall just like the ones you have at home. There are many different shops and supermarkets, like Carrefour, and many others. Restaurants and cafes and other such shops as well. Worth a visit if you want to do some different shopping!
    Written 9 June 2020
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia39 543 contributions
    A busy local market. We visited to see what the thing was all about and it was very similar to other such markets. Many stalls selling a huge range of stuff. Prices can be whatever you want them to be! If you really want something then you should bargain. Start at a low price although you will first be asked to pay a price which is extraordinarily high. Keep bargaining until they agree to your offer. Try to walk away and if they chase you then they are willing to drop their price further. An interesting place if you have nothing better.
    Written 9 June 2020
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  • JnVSydney
    Greater Sydney, Australia14 107 contributions
    A smaller square than the Jemaa el Fna, and less chaotic, good for first time visitors, there are some souks that run off it, again less chaotic, however the spice sellers seem to be just as annoying, definitely worth a visit, when in the area.
    Written 4 June 2022
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  • Zoe C
    16 contributions
    Stopped here as was passing. Reasonable sized mall however it seems 70% of the stores have closed down and there are vacant premises. Some good shops however still open. Adidas outlet is really good. Miniso has some cheap novelties. Couple of cheap clothes stores as well as some more expensive. Supermarket on lower level aswell. Some restaurants on top floor but again most looked like they had stopped trading. I would recommend it for those who like outlet sport shops as there was another one selling nike etc aswell. However dont put yourself out to come here and expect anything amazing. Managed to get some great Adidas trainers for a fraction of the price (fakes in the medina were the same price as the real ones!) So look here first before buying fakes.
    Written 29 October 2018
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  • Patricia Brennan
    Orte, Italy203 contributions
    This is a small museum containing a private collection of modern art - about 100 works dating back through the past century. It is interesting. The gardens at the back of the museum are really lovely, especially the fascinating "jardin sec". Well worth the visit. A taxi from Marrakech centre will cost about 100 dh each way and it is wise to have the driver to wait for you because it will not be easy to pick up a taxi here.
    Written 2 March 2018
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  • Dimitris L
    Sydney, Australia39 543 contributions
    We visited a number of Food Markets around the city. We were more interested in looking rather than buying anything. The food on offer looked interesting and it was the kind you would find anywhere. Some of the sellers can be a little pushy but that is probably part of the fun when walking around any city... Just have your wits about you!
    Written 10 June 2020
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  • JnVSydney
    Greater Sydney, Australia14 107 contributions
    This advice applies in most cases in the Medina, however, it seems more so in this souk, the spruikers, seem quite desperate, to get your attention, we find a smile and a polite no, mostly works, if not just walk away, this area, is definitely worth a visit, just to see the colours.
    Written 17 June 2022
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  • BCaseyB
    Manchester, UK84 contributions
    This is a must go to and very friendly shop. It is conveniently located next to Le Jardin Secret which should not be missed either!
    These scarves are woven on traditional looms using natural fibres and dyes and are exquisite and so reasonably priced. The quality of these scarves makes you want to stay and admire them all day. I treat myself, and usually a lucky friend too, each time I visit. With a huge range of colours and textures there really is something to suit anyone! A gem of a find!
    Written 30 April 2020
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  • alneebari
    Kuwait City, Kuwait3 440 contributions
    it's relly a very amazing Morrocon clothes you can find in Marrakech it's a very good quality and hand made I recumended for how care about unique thing thanks Mr Karim
    Written 10 October 2018
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  • jchall
    17 contributions
    This shop is a secret gem that is well worth the visit. Beyond the beautiful authentic Berber jewelry, there are all kinds of treasures to be discovered. Be sure to have the owner show you the downstairs room. It is like a museum, and it is fun to learn the history of their collection. I came looking for an authentic Berber silver pendant and found other items that I had to have too. I'm sure that if I stayed longer, I would have bought more. The prices are fixed, but they are fair. They also carry items in a wide range of prices, so everyone can find a treasure!
    Written 31 May 2021
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  • JnVSydney
    Greater Sydney, Australia14 107 contributions
    Probably the busiest of all the souks, frequented by visitors, we love the tight alleys, there is a plethora of goods on offer, spilling out of the shops, (like shoes, souvenirs, leather goods and tin/brass/copper products) to entice the customer into the store.
    Written 10 June 2022
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  • HINA W
    Islamabad, Pakistan6 322 contributions
    This is the Thursday Gate of Marrakech. It is an original Almoravid gate. It was reconstructed in early 1800’s. It’s curved entrance is decorated in intricate pattern. There are merlons on top this arched gateway. It is located in the northernmost part of the Medina. This gate has interesting history. Most parts of the Marrakech Medina are famous for it’s markets. This gate is famous for it’s flea market which used to be held on Thursday. This market is still held here everyday here, except Friday. The biggest one is still organised on Thursdays.
    Written 15 December 2020
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  • Michele P
    Marrakech, Morocco406 contributions
     
    This Dar is situated next to the Koutoubia Mosque, opposite the Jemma el Fna. It was originally built as the home of Prince Moulay Ali, in the 19th century. It was then purchased by the French government in 1958 and used as the premises of the Consulate until 2007.

    It is now used as an exhibition space for contemporary art and photography. Look on line for the latest exhibitions.
     
    It is certainly worth taking a look if you are visiting the Koutoubia gardens.

    The tea room set in the garden is a perfect place to rest for a while.
    Written 16 November 2018
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  • Ed D
    Rincon, GA149 contributions
    I bought some Moroccan Amlou with honey and was charged 300 dirhams for this. I had my tour guide purchase the same thing at another location and the cost was 65 dirhams. THE SALES PEOPLE ARE PUSHY TO GET YOU TO BUY FROM THEM.

    CAVEAT EMPTOR !
    Written 19 January 2018
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
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