Timings : 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM daily
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Souk Semmarine is the busiest shopping market in Marrakech north of the city’s main square, Jemma el-Fnaa. It is Morocco’s largest market, famous for buying bags, shoes, intricately designed lamps, pottery, belts and more. The souk starts with pottery and metal shops and proceeds to textile and clothing. The end of the market has leather products such as jackets, shoes and sandals.
There are also vast and expensive tourist emporiums full of antiques, multi-coloured carpets and jewellery. It is best to be prepared for the sensory overload that follows the rich aroma of spices and herbs upon entering the market. These spices are the perfect way to take home a little taste of Morocco. Haggling is pretty standard. Early morning or evening is the best time to visit the market to avoid the afternoon heat. Souk Semmarine has existed since the beginning of the city’s establishment. Sellers and traders have been selling goods here, from kaftans to pashmina, for the last 10,000 years.
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