Harry and the Hogwarts crowd probably shop here for school supplies. The Rahba Qedima is ringed with apothecaries who sell exotic and...
Learn to cook as the dadas (chefs) do: shop in the souq for ingredients with English-speaking Dutch hostess Gemma van de Burgt, work...
The souks (markets) are filled with food stalls selling olives, dates and sweets, and carts loaded with fruit and vegetables. If you...
Marrakesh is full of riads, palaces and restaurants designed to fulfill every Arabian Nights fantasy, but after a while all the...
Terrasse des Épices
Follow the basket bubble-lamps to lunch on top of the souqs in a mudbrick bhou (booth) off Rue Dar el-Bacha. Check the chalkboard for...
Dar TimTam information
Lonely Planet review
Head through the rug shop under the sign and hang a right into this 18th-century riad’s innermost courtyard, where you can take your pick of cushioned nooks and the à la carte menu (you may have to request it). Some menu items are inexplicably overpriced (Dh200 tanjia for example), but a rejuvenating mint tea and a generous assortment of eight Moroccan salads (Dh95) makes a fine light lunch amid the songbirds near the Rahba Kedima.