The Jemma Al Fna in Marrakesh, a UNESCO World Heritage site, will set your senses on fire. Explore deeper and get lost in the miles of souks that like splinter off like octopus tentacles.
There's a different souk for everything - food, spices, carpets, scarves, ironwork, yarn, turtles, iguanas, lanterns, bracelets, tea sets, leather. It's candy for cameras.
And as much as you may not need leather Moroccan slippers, you find you go home with a pair or three because they're so colorful and everywhere you turn. Or maybe it's just because they're called babouches.
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Night food stalls at Djemaa el Fna - Marrakesh, Morocco
Spending any time at Djemaa el Fna square in Marrakesh will blow your mind. It's a constant assault on the senses in ways that are both good and bad, mostly good. I loved it. It's insane, madness, loud and unlike anything else you've ever seen. At night it turns into another world and hundreds of vendors set up their food stalls. You can get just about anything here and it is all fantastic.