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Being an Asian, an open market is not a new idea for us. I WAS WRONG. It was definitely an eye-opening experience to visit this plaza. There are full of not only a large number of but also various types of street vendors. Selling-water men,...More
I really liked this place better than Jemaa el Fna in Marrakech. It is not overcrowded and feels relaxing. We had a lunch in one of the restaurants and watching at what was going on around. There are animals (monkeys and snakes among them), women...More
Being a small town, Meknes seems to be less pushy and more safe and secure. The Square is a vibrant and lively place where you can enjoy the entertainment, crowd, and the observe the people at leisure without being hustled constantly.
To appreciate this buzzing and lively square, one has to stroll around, stop, look and try out the local food. We decided to skip lunch and just walk around around and pick up what ever that catches our eye. I am glad that we did...More
For the end of 2018 we (Dutch family of 4, kids 14 and 18) chose to visit Morocco. Fly to Fez and hire a car to drive our way via Meknes and Ouzoud to Marrakech.
We walked several times across the square and found out...More
The square was filled with performers including snake charmers, and dancers. There were plenty of people selling goods and food was nearby. This is absolutely worth the visit - just be prepared many of the vendors can be pushy.
El Hedim Square is a large square in the heart of Meknes' medina (old city). It is bustling with vendors selling goods, food stalls, snake charmers, street theater, musical bands, and tourists at any time of the day or night. The square was built in...More