At the top of any visitors list is a trip to Djem L’Fna or the central souk and market.
It was built using materials from Italy and Mali and took several decades to build. The purpose of the palace was to show off the Sultan’s wealth and power, and where he could hold parties.
Morocco is known for delicious food that are rich in flavor and color, and are usually using recipes that have been passed down through generations.
The Kasbah is the old residential center of the city and for the most part still inhabited by families who have lived here for decades.
Street vendors offer a variety of foods; from fresh fruit, cookies, stews and tajines, grilled brochettes, sandwiches, and soups.