October, 2008. Marrakesh can be quite a hectic experience for travellers. From the constant buzz of the Medina to the nightly crowds of Jemaa el-Fnaa, this can often feel like a city that never lets up. As a result, I was keen to mix up my itinerary with some peaceful spots away from the main […]Read More
October, 2008. Wherever you’re staying in Marrakech, or indeed whatever you’re itinerary is, sooner or later all paths lead to Jemaa el-Fnaa. This massive public square serves as the beating heart of the city; playing host to food stalls, live music and street performers of all kinds. However, the plaza hasn’t always had a joyous […]Read More
October 2008. When most people think of Marrakech, the first image that comes to mind is the city’s incredible market square, Jemaa el-Fnaa. Buzzing with activity morning, day and night; there are smoky food stalls, flashy restaurants, cosy cafes, colorful fabric shops and persistent hawkers flogging all manner of souvenirs. Amid the bustling crowds, you’ll […]Read More
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