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En Marrakesh hay un sinfín de zocos. Pasea por las medinas y encuentra de todo, desde cestas hechas con alfombras hasta especias de mil colores. No te pierdas el mercado nocturno de Djemaa el Fna con sus cientos de puestos de comida. ¡Prepárate para regatear!

Qué hacer en Marrakech

Mercado del Mellah
Ir al Mellah es como volver al pasado de Marrakech. Esta zona es el antiguo barrio judío de Marrakech, donde los comerciantes mercadeaban con sal y especias llegadas de países lejanos. Hoy, poco o nada ha cambiado: callejones estrechísimos, puestos llenos de montones de especias de colores, hojas secas, remedios naturales y mil maravillas más.
Marrakech Souk
Plunge headfirst into the hectic hustle and bustle of Marrakech Souk. Selling everything from spices to beautiful Moroccan lamps, this labyrinthine market is a riot of sights, sounds and smells. Be prepared for the stallholders’ persistence and get ready to haggle hard for your bargains – it’s all part of the experience. Book a guide in advance to get the best out of your visit!
Bad Doukkala Food Market
A street where locals shop, Rue Bab Doukkala is the perfect place to get an authentic feel for Marrakech without the intense atmosphere of the souks. Along this stretch, butchers, spice sellers and grocers sit alongside bakeries where families take homemade dough to be transformed into hunks of fragrant bread. Wander along and watch as the pattern of daily life unfolds.
Mellah Market
Going to the Mellah is a walk down Marrakech’s memory lane. This area is Marrakech’s old Jewish Quarter, where merchants came to trade salt and spices from abroad. Today, the area runs in much the same way – down impossibly narrow alleyways, stalls are lined with piles of colourful spices, dried leaves, natural remedies and more.
Cherifia Market
More of a shopping centre than a street market, Cherifia offers a whole different feel to Marrakech’s other souks. On the ground floor you’ll find a selection of handmade Moroccan wares like woven baskets and traditional pottery, while upstairs a range of modern boutiques fuse local culture with contemporary design.
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¿Qué consejo darías para pasear por los mercados sin tener la necesidad de comprar algo?

“Negociar todó,”

“A simple eye contact with a smile will tell the vendor to back off. No need to say anything. Avoid being led away to another vendor once you have bought something as they like to pass your business on to their close allies. This secures their contacts, good business I know but when you want to just look and brows freely it can be annoying and full on pressure to buy. Be firm with your offer and be prepared to walk away, believe me that they all sell the same. same same but different.”

“Don't show or tell them that your there for the first time. Don't point to things you like, they will take it of the shelf immediately for you. The quality of almost everything is better when you go in to the souks not on the border next to the main square. Don't hesitate and say no or 'La' that's Arabic for no and works even better. Say that your married.”

“Ignore the vendors that are bothering you, you can always walk away. I found that if you are haggling with a vendor you can always say you need to exchange more money. Also don't feel weird about offering a fraction of what they ask for. Our driver advised us not to pay more than half of what they ask for. They ask for obsene amounts.”

“Don't feel pressured. There will be a lot of pressure on you - but it's ok to say 'no thanks'. If you find it all too much, head to one of the 'fixed price' markets. You may pay a little bit more - but avoid paying massively over the odds which tends to happen if you don't have the patience for hard bargaining.”

“Keep moving. Be friendly to vendors. Hassle from locals quite tough to take as two female travellers but hotel staff very good, give hints and tips, arrange taxis for transport to and from airport, nothing too much trouble”

“Be quiet ,calm and polite but firm and don't carry a big camera in front of sends a message not always good to the locals. Take the time to enjoy your experiences and talk with the people who have much to share”

“Never look lost! Try not to look too much like a tourist. Say 'non merci' (no thank you) and smile sweetly if approached by a young man with an offer to help you find somewhere or sell you something you don't want!”

“It's almost impossible, but I can suggest going further inside the medina, far from the Place Jemaa el Fna. Around the Mosquée Ben Youssef I found nice souk shops where I could visit and shop more peacefully.”

“As a tourist you will be approached by almost every stall owner you walk past. Everyone is very friendly however and a polite 'no, thank you' and a smile was enough for most stall owners.”

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