- Discover talented creators and visit hidden shops of the Medina.
- Find handmade craft items and art galleries that interests you.
- Qualified guide who will advise you on the quality and price of the items.
- Learn how to negotiate as a local.
Marrakech shopping tour is a unique experience as the old city was the largest market for trade in Africa open to the world since the Almoravids (1040-1147) conquered Spain in the 11th century. Medina souks are classified among the biggest and the most beautiful of Morocco. We find of everything there: small business sector (crafts), to cook, pottery, jewels, spices, slippers, clothing and more still.
Before starting your Marrakech shopping tour, take the time to explain your interests to your guide so that he can create a personal itinerary and make you discover the best of the treasures of Marrakesh. Your qualified guide will help you define the quality and price of items that may interest you.
The souk extends since the place Jemaa El Fna to Ben Youssef Medersa. The various souks are divided by business and specialty; your visit may include the following:
Souk Cherratine or Chkairia (leather bags)
- Souk Jewelers: (gold and silver souk)El Hadaddine souk (of blacksmiths)
- The souk of the Rahba Kedima: Zrabi (Carpets) and spices
- Souk Attarine (Mellah): brass and grocery market.
- Souk El Kebir: market for leather goods.
- Souk Fekharines: market of potters.
- Souk Haddaddines: market of blacksmiths and ironwork.
- Souk Kassabines: market for basket makers and spices.
- Souk Les Tamis: market for chandeliers and lamps in wrought iron.
- Souk Nejjarines: carpenters' market.
- Souk Sabbaghines: market of dyers.
- Souk Smata: market for slippers.
Other specialties, shops and art galleries can be included in your visit depending on your points of interest.
During your Marrakech shpping tour to the souk, you can visit craft workshops and observe local craftsmen making leather bags, slippers, carpets ... and many other handmade products. Also your guide will teach you the art of negotiation, with some Arab keywords and phrases that can make a big difference when it's time to buy.
During your visit, your guide will propose a break and invite you to have a glass of mint tea in a café in the Medina.
Even if the main part of your purchases concentrates around souks and around medina, the modern part of the city and the district of Guéliz do not miss either good addresses. You will find there mainly art galleries; shops specialized in the decoration, the leather store or the fashion, as well as the big luxury signs. Contrary to the medina, the prices are systematically shown there and non-negotiable.
- Qualified guide
- A mint tea break in a local coffee shop
What's not Included
- Other drinks and meals
Know before you go
• Wear comfortable shoes for walking.
• Your purchases at the souks can be paid in dirhams, euros or by credit card in so;e shops.
• Many shops can ship your purchases to your country or hotel for an additional fee
Flexible : Cancel up to 3 Days in advance for a full refund
The map bellow indicate the meeting point where you should meet with the activity provider to start your experience.