There is nothing more fun then the part when you look for some souvenirs to bring back home. It can be overwhelming because Marrakesh has so many stores and proposes so many beautiful pieces. To help you in your quest, here are our 5 suggestions.
After your visit to Jardin Majorelle, walk a few steps and you will arrive at 33 Majorelle. This concept store presents the work of different Moroccan artists. From clutches to illustrations, you will find original and unique pieces. 33 Rue Yves Saint Laurent, Gueliz, Marrakech
YSL Museum Shop
If you are the kind who likes to bring back books from the museums you visited while traveling, this one is for you. Focused mostly on Yves St-Laurent’s work, the boutique suggests books, postcards and a few derived objects honoring the designer. Rue Yves St Laurent, Marrakech 40000, Maroc
Chabi Chic at NOMAD
Located at NOMAD’s ground floor, the Chabi Chic boutique proposes cute gifts and nice accessories. The pieces are a beautiful blend of Moroccan traditional know-how and a modern touch. 1, Derb Arjan au RDC du restaurant Nomad, Place des Épices, Médina, Marrakech, Maroc
A beautiful fashion brand that creates modern kaftans and boho style clothing, all with a Moroccan touch. They also make stylish babouches! 61 Rue Yougoslavie, 39-41 Passage Ghandori, Gueliz, Marrakesh
Without hesitation, you need to walk in the Medina and do a little shopping. The way of buying in the souk is to bargain the price. Once you see something you are interested in, ask the price to the merchant. Try to bargain a little just for the fun of it. It’s a good way to connect with the locals and master your negotiating skills!
After this shopping session, you will probably need a break. It’s time to rest and enjoy the view at your favorite café restaurant in Marrakech, Café des Épices!