It’s easy to lose all sense of time in Marrakesh, with its maze of narrow alleyways, donkey carts, snake charmers, castanetists, acrobats, story-tellers, dancers, water-sellers and potion vendors to pique your interest and entertain. If you don’t find all of these as you journey through the winding streets of the ‘Red City’, you will be sure to find them and much, much more at its famous markets. Marrakesh has the largest traditional market (souk) in Morocco and one of the busiest squares in the world (Djemaa el Fna). At night time, the square transforms into an enormous, open-air restaurant.

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