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Jemaa el-Fnaa

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This is the entrance to the outdoor market and food court of the city center.more
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Hours Today: 12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
As featured in 3 Days in Marrakech
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Reviewed yesterday

This is so different from anything else in Morocco, but it is a joy to be there. The hustle and bustle, the crowds, the food stalls, the marketplace, the lights, et al. Go there in the day (or maybe early evening), stroll in the marketplace...More

Thank adil983
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This can be considered to be one of a kind place..theres nearly everything..snake charmers dancers monkeys horses.. nice cafes that overlook the area and souk where you can find nearly everything You should bargain for everything Beware of pick pockets and aggressive food stalls Would...More

Thank Nabiil P
Reviewed yesterday

Don't let the henna women anywhere near your hands. I made this mistake 20 minutes into our trip when I went to the ATM and ended up with a poorly done and very expensive henna after a woman grabbed my hand. Hustlers aside, the square...More

Thank joannemstocker
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This place is interesting. It is a hustle and bustling place in the evening with vendors selling their food and wares. There are snake charmers and men with monkeys and entertainers everywhere. You will get hustled! There is no way of avoiding it. Just shake...More

Thank judyo362
Reviewed yesterday

There is absolutely nothing authentic about this place - a total and utter tourist trap, with some appalling animal abuse/exploitation on show. Had heard it was one of THE places to see in Marrakesh - personally I wish I hadn't wasted my time going there....More

Thank Sarah E
Reviewed yesterday

Its magical....its mesmerising......its exotic....its old world Morocco....almost as if you have stepped back a few centuries. The people are friendly and warm. The shops full of goodies, shopkeepers ready to bargain....everything is with a smile. We loved it. The for market was fascinating too with...More

Thank Amit B
Reviewed 2 days ago

It's impossible to say anything that's not already been said about the Place Jemaa El-Fna, just go, it's the hub for everything... Tourists traps a plenty, lot's of hustle and bustle... It's cultural, it's Maroc, it's Marakkech, it the Medina and souk and a millions...More

Thank MrRwFr
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is the most over hyped rip of places I have been. Most of the merchants here are looking for any opportunity to rip tourists off with various scams and tricks. Most of the goods on offer are cheap knock offs. For example Argon Oil...More

Thank 141yahyar
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

It has quite a nice vibe in the evening, when the air is smokey with all the cooking and musicians are playing, but there are so many beggars and people hassling you to buy their wares, it really just gets a bit tiring. Daytime it...More

Thank P4239YHmariap
Reviewed 2 days ago

Couldn't wait to get away from here. We went at night (around 7pm) and found the market stall holders at the main square were overly pushy and forceful, making us feel quite uncomfortable. We didn't really get a chance to get a good look in...More

Thank Rebecca M
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243lindseyc
16 October 2018|
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Response from Jerome B | Reviewed this property |
There should still be activity when you get there but it'll be different than at an earlier time. In fact the square is active from about 9 am til well after midnight but the nature of the activity changes as the day goes... More
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iedokpayi
26 September 2018|
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Response from 99Wanderer99 | Reviewed this property |
Definitely don't cancel your trip, Morocco is amazing! I found the people very lovely, welcoming, and warm. Just be a smart traveller; be respectful of them and their culture and you should have no issues. If you have the... More
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iedokpayi
26 September 2018|
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Response from JRMag | Reviewed this property |
There’s no need to worry about anything. Morocco is perfectly safe. Avoid the tanneries in Marrakech and don’t take pictures of the monkeys and the snake charmers. Don’t go with anyone but a licensed guide with credentials... More
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