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
For the past couple of nights that we have been down to the square where it comes alive after sunset once prayers are finished and locals break their fast. All the traders set up stalls, the small food traders, storey tellers. It gathers momentum as people sitt around waiting for everyone to come out of their houses and what was... 更多
It's right across the street from the famous gate and next to the entrance of the Medina. So if you are there take a look, otherwise don't make a special effort to stop there. It's several mausoleums to the Sultans favorite horses.
Here on this square everything takes place. At the end of the afternoon you see groups of people enjoying magicians, jugglers or dancers. This lively square is much more authentic as the Marrakech tourist trap, you see mainly local people spending their evening on the terraces.