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Look in at this small but action-packed market.
A good bookshop.
One of a couple of good bookshops.
This nameless hole-in-the-wall garment factory is noted for its fascinating combinations of traditional Moroccan dress and Western women’s wear...
Next to the Kasbah Museum, this is a beautiful shop with some superb one-off pieces of clothing, bags, decor items and ceramics.
You can get lost for hours in this exotic antique shop, but the real gem is Majid himself...
Drool over stacks and stacks of Berber carpets from the Middle and High Atlas.
The name says it all: two floors of glass cases full of silver jewellery from throughout Morocco, both new and antique, and great staff, too. Located in an obscure alley near the Café Central, Petit Socco.
Just outside the kasbah, this is an eclectic mixture of a shop, stocking art pieces, homeware, cosmetics and some exquisite designer clothes, alongside a cafe. Massage is also on offer.
This shop opposite El-Minzah Hotel is bursting to the seams with antiques, glassware, brassware, ceramics, lamps, jewellery, clothing and more besides. It’s definitely worth a browse.
Undergoing renovations at the time of our visit, this government-backed arts-and-crafts centre is a good place to see the range of local crafts and watch the artisans at work...
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