one of the most attractive sightseeing in Marrakech
During the day, occupied by orange juice carts, traditional water vendors have cold water in leather bags and use copper cups to drink, and youths with chained Barbary apes, snake charms.
And late in the day, the square becomes more crowded, with dancing-boys, story-tellers, magicians, and peddlers of traditional medicines.
With darkness, the square Fill with restaurant stalls, the number of visitors is increasing, they spread between these street restaurants and the roofs of cafes here and there around the square and enjoy the panoramic views from the top.
200 meters west of El Koutoubia Mosque
Jamae el Fna square is located on one side of the Marrakech market, a traditional market that meets the common daily needs of the local population and the tourist trade. On the other side, there are hotels, gardens and café terraces, and narrow streets lead to the alleys of the old town.
UNESCO encourages communities to identify, document, protect, promote and revitalize this heritage. The UNESCO designation aims to raise awareness of the importance of oral and intangible heritage as an essential element of cultural diversity.
Also, do not forget the most important features of the square that you will need to know, such as the availability of guarding places for bicycles and the ability to roam freely or obtaining more historical and cultural information about the palace by using the assistance of an approved guide from the city’s tourism commission, as it is a beautiful space for friends, families, and children, and Wheelchair accessible too.
- Sightseeing & Attractions
- Good for groups
- Good for kids
- Smoking Allowed
- Wheelchair accessible
- Wi Fi
Working Hours :
- Monday10:30 - 01:00
- Tuesday10:00 - 01:00
- Wednesday10:00 - 01:00
- Thursday10:00 - 01:00
- Friday10:00 - 01:00
- Saturday09:00 - 01:00
- Sunday09:00 - 01:00