Marrakech could actually be summed up in Jamaa el Fna square, one of the largest bazaars in the world. If there is a people that adapts to every culture, it is surely the Moroccans: in this square all languages are spoken, with the sole purpose of “getting money” from you. Players of poor toothless snakes, who first invite you to look and then only for this reason ask you for dollars.
Hundreds of people who continually approach to ask for money or to offer you something to buy, a real delirium! In the covered part of the market there are countless spaces with small traders of all kinds of artifacts, such as teapots, lamps, carpets, decorated plates, series painted paintings, shoes and leather slippers. The images that have stuck in my mind are the spice stalls that arrive from all over the world, with their bright colors and pungent smells. Pepper of all shapes and colors, cumin, cardamom, paprika and turmeric: the inspiration to create Marrakech Marché was born from these spices. Its notes will give you the feeling of walking through the streets of this market.