In a city filled with vibrant markets, visitors should take time to sift through the treasures to be found here. Melissa Biggs Bradley shares her favorite finds that she never fails to pick up when in Marrakech. The Indagare Travel team specializes in planning journeys to Marrakech and beyond. Contact our Bookings Team for help with a customized itinerary.
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This long, loose tunic is a staple of Middle Eastern attire. Originally worn by men, the kaftan became popular in Western fashion for both genders due to its effortless, easy comfort.
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With a culture rooted in craftsmanship, Marrakech offers beautiful and intricate glassware – from tea sets to serving bowls – available with gorgeous, distinct designs.
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Another favorite souvenir, Moroccan bowls are sold in every shape, size and design imaginable. Head to Chabi Chic for the best selection of ceramics.
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Leather babouche slippers are often decorated with bright colors, beads and embroidery. 33 Rue Majorelle has some of the best in the city.
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From antique wooden doors to studded leather side tables, mirrors and candlesticks, Marrakech offers a variety of distinct (and one-of-a-kind) home wares. The best can be found at Mustapha Blaoui, and its owners can arrange international delivery. You might be tempted to bring home a shipping container’s worth.