A trip to Marrakesh is a sensory overload of exotic sights, sounds, smells and tastes. With the right attitude, its an intoxicating city that will “wow” you at every turn. From the bustling main square of Jemaa el-Fna, through the medina labyrinth, past mosaic-adorned riads, haggling souk merchants and pockets of modern comforts, this Aladdin-like wonderland presents a tapestry as rich as a magic carpet. You will be confronted by an assortment of friendly, helpful locals eager to escort you somewhere. However, the majority are opportunistic hustlers. It’s better to avoid engaging these street guides, as they can be persistent and intimidating. If you’re heading to this Moroccan hotspot, keep a few dos and don’ts in mind to help minimize the inevitable overwhelm. Here are 10 things NOT to do in Marrakesh.
Which Moroccan dos and don’ts surprised you the most?