Committed shopaholics should take a ride out to the Quartier Industriel at Sidi Ghanem. This is the city's warehouse belt, home to several fine factory...more
Wealthy Marrakesh socialites hoping to turn heads at the next soiree pay a visit to Beldi. A tiny kiosk of a boutique at the entrance to the souks, it is the...more
This traditional hole-in-the-wall herbalist shop stocks a wide range of spices, medicinal plants, and exotic lotions, potions, and infusions. The most popular...more
Midway between the Bahia Palace and the Place Jemaa El Fna, along the increasingly shop-edged Riad Zitoun J'did, this boutique specializes in ceramicsfrom...more
At first sight, this antiques shop in Guéliz, run for generations by the Bousfiha family, doesn't seem particularly impressive. But walk past the usual...more
Rue de la Liberté, which bisects Avenue Mohammed V in Guéliz, is home to a high concentration of the new town's chicest shops. Attika Chaussures sells...more
In the alleys north of Jemaa El Fna, you'll find Marrakesh's souks. The sheer number of shops is overwhelming, although many offer the same non-essential wares,...more
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