Quite a lot going on. Bloody awful hustle from the grim looking retardants along one side. I can't imagine many places from my travels that I wouldn't eat at in preference over this square! No real entertainment as such when we were there - just bits & pieces for sale. However, have always noticed with Morocco, that whenever you think... 更多
It's inevitable that comparisons will be made with the Pink City, but at least the hassling system does not come with El Hedim. Probably a little bit smaller than El Fna but it consists of the same features such as snakes, monkeys, food, clothing, souvenirs etc. We came here at sunset and it was extremely busy, but pleasantly surprised that... 更多
My friend and I decided to stay in Meknes hoping it would be more laid-back and relaxed. We made a good decision! We just walked through El Hardim square -- it was so interesting! There were lots of local people selling their wares, listening to music, eating at the food stands, watching the snake charmer, etc. no one bothered us.... 更多
Lots of nice architecture to view, places to eat and the most beautiful tagines for sale. If only I had the luggage allowance, I would certainly have bought one to take home. I bought a postcard from here and the shop keeper kindly posted it for me too. Lots of sugar cane juice vendors, which I haven't seen in other... 更多
During the nights, this place is filled with buskers. This place is also surrounded by flea markets. During the day, this square is quiet, which means it gives tourists good space for photo taking.
Not much going on during the day but fun at night. Lots of vendors come out. It's a family affair and you will be one of only a few foreigners. Worth checking out if you are already in Meknes.
Usually full of performers, games, and music at night. It's the entrance the to marketplace of the old city. If you are on a trip to Menes more than likely you will pass through this square. It also boasts a few cafes overlooking the square, which also provide a nice view of that part of the city