Friday, February 1, 2008


Marrakech's largest traditional market (souk) in Morocco with its busiest square in the entire continent of Africa, called Djemaa el Fna is starting in season. The square bustles with acrobats, story-tellers, water sellers, dancers and musicians by day; and food stalls by night, becoming a huge open-air restaurant.

Dubai > Marrakech (via Casablanca)
AED 3010.00
Emirates airlines

1 comment:

Sa'eed said...

In every town I visited in Morocco, I had to go to the local souqs and markets. I love everything in Morocco: food, culture and traditions, Morocco property, people,etc. But i love local bazaars the most. I enjoyed to stroll around, to look at all the colorful stalls, the vendors, the visitors and to discover new stuff I never saw before and to find out what it might be. Every souq in every town like Tangier, Fez, Marrakech, Taroudannt, Rissani has its own character. But in every souq I experienced the same excitement of the abundance of colors and aroma's.