Marrakesh

Marrakesh is a shopper's bonanza, full of the very rugs, handicrafts, and clothing you see in the pages of magazines back home. Most bazaars are in the souk, just north of Djemâa el Fna and spread through a seemingly never-ending maze of alleys. Together, they sell almost everything imaginable and are highly competitive. Bargaining here is hard, and you can get up to 80% discounts. So on your first exploration, it's often a better idea to simply wander and take in the atmosphere than to buy. You can check guideline prices in some of the more well-to-do parts of town, which display fixed price tags for every object.

There are a number of crafts and souvenir shops on Avenue Mohammed V in Guéliz, as well as some very good Moroccan antiques stores and designer shops that offer a distinctly modern take on Moroccan clothing, footwear, and interior decoration. These allow buyers to browse at their leisure, free of the souk's intense pressures. Many have fixed prices, with only 10% discounts after haggling. Most of these stores are happy to ship your purchases overseas. Bazaars generally open between 8 and 9 am and close between 8 and 9 pm; stores in Guéliz open a bit later and close a bit earlier, some breaking for lunch. Some bazaars in the medina close on Friday, the Muslim holy day. In Guéliz, most shops are closed on Sunday.

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  • 1. Khalid Art Gallery

    Medina | Antiques/Collectibles

    Popular with the international jet set, the reputable Khalid Art Gallery is a gorgeous riad full to the brim of the most sought-after Moroccan...Read More

  • 2. Le Trésor des Nomades / Mustapha Blaoui

    Medina | Antiques/Collectibles

    The highly respected Le Trésor des Nomades–-often referred to just by the name of its owner, Mustapha Blaoui–-extends over several floors and...Read More

  • 3. Riad Yima

    Medina | Art Galleries

    This riad turned art gallery and tearoom is filled with original artwork by owner Hassan Hajjaj who's known as Morocco's Andy Warhol. True to...Read More

  • 4. Souk des Teinturiers

    Medina | Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    Using the Mouassine Mosque as a landmark, keep the Mouassine fountain on your right and continue until the street widens out with shops on either...Read More

  • 5. Souk Rahba Qdima

    Medina | Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    Just a quick turn right and then left out of the Souk Lghzal (via Rue Souk Semarine) is the large square called Souk Rahba Qdima. Pushier and...Read More

  • 6. Aachab Atlas

    Medina | Perfume/Cosmetics

    This apothecary is stuffed from floor to ceiling with spices, perfumes, argan oil, and traditional medicines for ailments such as rheumatism...Read More

  • 7. Antiquités du Sahara

    Medina | Crafts

    Handcrafted jewelry from southern Morocco of Berber, Touareg, and Blue Men traditions is for sale here. Camel-skin decorated dromedary carry...Read More

  • 8. Aya's

    Medina | Clothing

    This shop sells bespoke caftans and tunics made with the highest quality fabrics—cashmeres, linens, silks—all hand-embroidered. Celebrity clients...Read More

  • 9. Bazar de Sud

    Medina | Household Items/Furniture

    Run by the Lamdaghri family in Marrakesh since 1940, this shop works with more than 200 artisans and has a huge collection of old and new tribal...Read More

  • 10. Carpet Souk

    Medina | Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    The site of the old slave auctions held up until the French occupied the city in 1912, the main carpet souk—called the Souk Zrabia or Le Criée...Read More

  • 11. Chabi Chic

    Medina | Crafts

    Some of the trendiest riads serve guests using the beldi (traditional) pottery with modern designs that are the hallmark of Chabi Chic. Product...Read More

  • 12. Ensemble Artisanal

    Medina | Crafts

    It may be rather touristy, but this is a great way to see all the wares of the souk under one hassle-free umbrella. Several boutiques in modern...Read More

  • 13. Fnac Berbère

    Medina | Books/Stationery

    This shop is renowned for its range of books on Berber life and culture. The little café littéraire up the stairs immediately to the left...Read More

  • 14. Galerie Dawiya

    Medina | Art Galleries

    At this small gallery, owners Dominique and Mohammed aim to create awareness of lesser-known Moroccan painters. There's a variety of styles...Read More

  • 15. Leather Souks

    Medina | Outdoor/Flea/Green Markets

    At the northeastern edges of the souk (just beyond the northern end of the main Rue Souk el Kebir) are the leatherworkers—busy cutting out templates...Read More

  • 16. Librairie Dar el Bacha

    Medina | Books/Stationery

    Here you'll find a good selection of guidebooks, maps, cookbooks, art books, novels, and postcards. ...Read More

  • 17. Librarie el Ghazali Ahmed Ben Omar

    Medina | Books/Stationery

    This shop just off Place Djemâa el Fna has a range of guidebooks, cookbooks, novels by Moroccan authors, and maps. Most publications are in French. ...Read More

  • 18. Max & Jan

    Medina | Clothing

    The flagship store for this contemporary fashion label has a selection of Moroccan designer accessories, fashion items for men and women, and...Read More

  • 19. Ministero del Gusto

    Medina | Art Galleries

    For something a bit more cutting edge, Ministero del Gusto combines boutique and gallery and shows off gorgeous items in both. Vintage clothing...Read More

  • 20. Palais Saâdiens

    Medina | Household Items/Furniture

    This shop has an enormous selection of Berber, Bedouin, and tribal carpets. ...Read More

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