Why not coming to visit Fez, where the souks composed of markets, workshops and shops, will please your eyes? Try to practice the art of bargaining prices ... good business guaranteed!
By visiting this souk, you can use your olfactory senses, and thus enjoy all the smells released by the spices. Their captivating aromas and their colors will make you want to let yourself go to the culinary traditions of Morocco.
This souk is one of the oldest in the Medina Fez el Bali, and is located in the center of a secluded and shaded square. This souk is known as the souk of Henné, where you will of course find natural beauty products, but also pharmaceutical products.
Nejjar, means "carpenter" in Arabic. This souk is a place where the meeting of all the cabinetmakers of the city of Fez is done. Admire the crafts of Fez and the ancestral work of these wood artists, who mostly work with cedar wood to make their most beautiful pieces.
You must stop there during your visit of Fez, in order to buy the essential souvenir...a pair of "babouche"! Whatever color or pattern you're looking for, you'll find your happiness at the Serrajine souk.
To discover the crafts of Fez, let yourself be guided by the smells of the tanneries, and enjoy the rainbow of colors that they offer. In the traditional tannery of Chouara in Fez, the largest in Morocco, you will observe more than 500 master craftsmen working leather. Here, the techniques practiced didn't changed for more than 1000 years, and are from the Moroccan handicrafts. Morocco has given its name to leather goods. It is one of the most important craft for the economy of the country.