The Jemaa el-Fnaa is the epicenter of Marrakech. Whenever you are in the medina and lost, just ask where the Jemaa is. We visited over Christmas/New Year's and things were pleasantly calm. Food stalls...
Long ago this square used to be the execution point of the city. Hence it is still called Djemma el-F’nâ, which literally means the Assembly of the Dead. These days with the music, astrologers, magici...
How to describe something that is indescriptible. A unique place, a happy messy, joyful colorful combination of folkloric music shows, traditional dancers, street food stalls, cheap souvenir shops, sn...
The Djema Square in the old town of Marrakech's Medina, during the day, came and went, and at night, it became a lively and sleepless square.
Tourists and locals gathered from all sides, barbecues, juices, snack stalls, Arabs who play snakes, and Berbers who have been entertaining, lining up the square that has existed for a thousand years.
If you want to shoot the night scene, the second floor of the French coffee on the side of the square has a good view, you can go up to occupy the position early, and it will not be up late!
Dejima Square Night
Many peoples first impression of Morocco is to stay in Marrakech. This is really not a good start. The whole society lacks rules and regulations, unified control, price confusion, may be More and more visitors from Morocco are spoiled. Here, not only must you be careful when shopping, but you should pay attention to your photos. If you don't pay attention, you will be charged a photo fee. The price depends on the boss's price.
A Moroccan friend said that if you buy something in Morocco and don't bargain, the merchant will think that you don't respect him and probably won't sell it to you. So pot y friends, come here, cheeky to kill the price! Cut the slash! Its true that its basically a third of the asking price.
Standing in the center of the square, surrounded by hundreds of stalls, surrounded by dense three- and four-storey restaurants, the 77-meter red summoning tower of the Koutoubia Grand Mosque can be used as a road sign. Can avoid getting lost. People of all skin colors, costumes and languages speak out, and through the crowd, you can see folk juggling and artists playing traditional Moroccan instruments.
Dejima Square is located in the heart of Marrakech's Old Town and has always been lively until it becomes today's Net Red. As early as the 12th century, this public square, once used by the rulers to beheaded to consolidate power, slowly attracted more and more tribes to exchange goods. They came from the surrounding mountains and deserts. This makes it the largest trading hub in Africa.
Amazing people, bright lights, colorful fruit stalls, snail soup, enchanting dance snakes, flashing lights, smokey barbecues, and a wide range of goods, from bags, shoes, perfumes To painting, jewellery, ceramics, etc., everything seems to be a combination of all the exotic Arab flavors, a cup of sweet and refreshing mint tea, a bowl of hot snail soup, into the sea.
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From the Sahara Desert all the way, it is a relatively poor network, finally arrived in the big city of Marrakech, lived in a modern hotel, this is the last stop of this trip, I think I will go to work soon, I am sad, introduce I Geyou lay for 10 minutes.
This trip is very good, the tour guide picks up the team, everyone is worth giving a trip, the experience is really good, tonight to buy and buy in the old city of Marrakech New Town, buy haha
Say the home visit in the afternoon: I made a Chinese-Mediterranean food culture exchange at the local residents' home, and the Moroccan people also thought that Chinese food was delicious. Teammates who are going to cook for high value must praise, and this child is too wide!
If every city has its soul, then the sleepless square is the soul and essence of Marrakech. This square full of medieval Arabian style can be said to be very lively from sunrise to late night. There are Indian snake charmers everywhere, Arabs selling spice tea, Moroccan old people telling stories and fortune telling, various performances, and countless The sale of food, beverages, clothing, carpets, furnishings, leather, handicrafts, and the sights of our tourists make this millennium city full of vitality.
Place Jemaa el-Fnaa is situated in the old town of Marrakech, both a civic plaza and a market. Because once night falls, it is full of entertainment, various food stalls and stands fill the entire square, snake charmers and various traditional performances bring in many tourists. There are some two or three-story buildings by the square as restaurants or coffee bars. Not far from the square is the Koutoubia Mosque, so the whole square is full of a deep Islamic atmosphere.