The mazes of the narrow streets of Medina holds the famous Souks kept away from the reach of the sun by slatted canopies.
Inside these souks are several quarters built by craftsmen and following a specific system of a corporation.
These edifices constitute part of Morocco’s most popular and excellent display of colorful and richly varied wares.
You will be delighted with the souks of dried fruit, clothes, skins, wool, basketwork, Berber carpet, jewelry, ironwork, leatherwork, and more.
You may decide to test your bargaining power by attempting to make a good deal for the hand-crafted slippers, bronze and iron artifacts, kaftans, brass, traditional woodwork, and pottery among others.