Marrakech is home to a labyrinth of bustling
(workshops and markets) offering the city's most
fascinating wares. Whether shopping or exploring, they are a must
for any visitor. At the northern end of the souks, best accessed
from the Ben Youssef Mosque, has blacksmiths making wrought-iron
goods and the distinct odour of leather workshops. The stalls
emerge further south and are met by the Rahba Kedima, a market
famous for its bizarre offerings of animals and eccentric potions
Address: From Ben Youssef Mosque to Rahba Kedima Transportation: The souks are best explored on foot.
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