When visiting the Mellah, Marrakech’s old Jewish neighbourhood, you might launch your private adventure. You’ll hear about the past of the spice souk and how to communicate with the sellers who seek to be as genuine as possible. You’ll soon find the middle of the city, the Jemaa el-Fnaa square. Check for the booths, sellers, singers, and other artists who are in town.
First, explore a small library that’s been organised for people with disabilities. It’ll be full of female-crafted hand-sewn clothing made of natural fabrics. Join my private guide as you wander the twisting alleys, admiring locations you would not have otherwise seen. When you visit the artist studios to see the artisans hard at work you’ll be able to taste some tasty food and drink some new tea before you share a fresh pancake with your guide.
To discover still more of the beautiful morsels and hand-crafted jewels that the silk tourists will find on their trip back to the souks, you can venture into the deeper markets, or keep going towards the souks, and gorgeous tiles and slippers, or enjoy more of the marbled crafts showcased in the souks, in the sparkling shows, that you see in the end. Do some studying, find out the suggested places where to go for pleasure, and put it into effect before venturing out of the hotel on your own.