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To experience Morocco in its entirety, you should straightaway head for the Jemaa El Fnaa, a square and a market place in the city’s historic district – the Medina. The hustling bustling cultural space, which caters to all the five senses, sees a plethora of multidimensional activities that include commerce.


The Jemaa El Fnaa, whose historic roots go back to the 11th century, is a cultural landmark of Morocco and gives one a feel of a typical marketplace of yore. Snake charmers make space for tooth pullers, fortune tellers and medicine men here, while senthir players, Gnaoua dancers and Berber musicians entertain passersby – keeping alive the traditional Moroccan culture.

You can stop over at one of the many restaurants and food stalls that line the square, while soaking in the enriching sights and sounds. From the quaint to the quirky, you can find it all here and there is no other place in Morocco like the Jemaa El Fnaa, capturing the essence of the country so well.

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