Marrakech night market in Morocco

marrakech Marrakech night market in Morocco Every sunset, an open kitchen giant puff of fragrant variety of cuisines from Jemaa El Fna, which is located in the city of Marrakech. The night market is a mandatory destination for your vacation in Morocco, North Africa.

No one can avoid the scented variety of cuisine in Marrakech night market. Fragrant spices and roast beef seemed to hypnotize the tourists to sample Moroccan cuisine rich in flavor. Each stall has different types of cuisine, ranging from appetizers such as snails with spicy seasonings, main meals such as roast lamb spices, until sandwiches with large portions. Based sites, the most famous dishes in this place is the lamb and roast chicken served with a bowl of warm soup. Moreover there is also a spicy sausage or grilled fish served with a bowl of herb roasted beans. Fresh ingredients are cooked directly in front of you, using a variety of spices and seasonings that sometimes you do not know its kind.

No need to worry if you do not speak Arabic. Shop around to look at the menus of each stall, and sat on the bench closest to the desired stall, simply by designating the type of food. No need to worry about the price, because it is usually already included in the picture and the price is likely to cheap. If your tongue does not fit the typical Moroccan cuisine rich in spice, do not worry, you can order different dishes at the Terrasses de l’Alhambra. The restaurant serves salads, pizzas, and various types of pasta.

Strong magical forces emitted from this night market. In the surrounding you will find tellers, storyteller, and traditional dancers to play to entertain the visitors. Some storytellers usually open a relatively large place to practice story of the Islamic warriors. The special dressing Moroccan street musicians are singing as they mumble special musical tones of Morocco. If the night was late, you can see a transgendered dancer’s show, several men dressed in women who danced with nimble! They used masks (sheets) and bend over the body out of rhythm music speakers.

Besides food and entertainment, here you can also find vendors spices, dried fruits, to Majoun. Majoun is native Moroccan cannabis leaves are processed into jams or cakes. Food is obviously cause hallucinations, although its influence not the influence of marijuana.

If arriving in the afternoon, you could try henna tattoo services offered by some Moroccan women. Tattoos can last more than a week, and you can choose your own tattoo design based on the book. At sunset, the most appropriate place to enjoy the golden rays of the terrace above the Cafe Glacier. This cafe is located in the south of Jemaa El Fna.

Although Marrakech has a low crime rate but you must remain cautious when in the night market area because many incidents of theft in this place. All you need to do is make sure valuables are stored in a safe place, and then enjoy the night market a charming Moroccan style!

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