Marché de Medina
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Marché de Medina information
The charm of this market is that few tourists reach here, so you're unlikely to be hassled. It's also a good place to buy second-hand clothes and if you have a few hours spare, you can get your hair braided or your hands and feet decorated with henna in the 'beauty parlour' section.