Marrakech’s Vibrant Flair
From buzzing markets and colorful souks to intricately decorated riads, Marrakech remains Morocco's most vibrant city and a popular spot for tourists looking to soak up the country's lively culture.Filed under:
During the day Marrakech’s iconic square, Djemaa el-Fna, is a mix of vendors, performers with monkeys, henna tattoo artists, fruit sellers and locals going about their daily lives. Once night falls, Djemaa el-Fna, which is also a UNESCO Heritage Site, turns into one of the largest street food markets in the world.
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