The main goods in this small central square are the weaving baskets decorated with coloured pommel balls and knitted wool hats, with ethnic elements. At the carpet market, you should walk in carefully because you may find yourself stuck in a endless discussion about carpets, but they are reasonably priced. They are also sold in the open air and not too much trouble. Several cafeterias and restaurants offer a way to relax from the heat, and the "Foodie Cafe" is the oldest and most reliable.
There is a French woman who runs a shop in this square. Unfortunately I don't remember the name of her shop, but as you sit in the Des Epis coffee shop looking out, it is located in the middle of the other side of the square. She's not cheap, but if you're tired of the cheap blankets that are everywhere in the market (most of them are Chinese-made labels), you can find a nice scarf or jewelry and you'll be proud to present home. I know I did.
Haba Kedima Plaza in Marrakech is suitable for a very modern and bustling commercial plaza. The buildings here have both the characteristics of modern architecture and a strong Islamic style. Most of them are modern businesses. The squares are surrounded by large shopping malls with high specifications. There are many luxury brands from all over the world. It is definitely worth visiting.
In a small outdoor square, there is a large number of outdoor markets gathered here every night, and they will set up a stall every morning, you can find all kinds of herbs. Haba Kedima Square is filled with stalls of various mysterious potions, ancestral remedies and exotic spices. It is known as the place where wizards buy live chameleons and zebra skins for magic. This chaotic and vibrant market showcases Marrakech A typical blend of African and Arab cultures. Wandering through the colorful maze of stalls, the product range is extremely wide-from herbal "Viagra", live turtles, ivory, brushing branches, essential oils to cinnamon rolls. Don’t be surprised if you are negotiating a price with a vendor and the vendor offers you a cup of tea.