One of the amazing experiences while in Moroccan cities are the souks, or markets. Although sometimes it’s easy to get lost, they are a great way to see the culture and walk around the city. There are many little shops selling all sorts of items ranging from fresh dried fruit, to bracelets and jewelry, to hand knotted rugs. The store owners are usually nice, and if you try, you can see the tea pot full of mint tea, the drink of Morocco, hidden in a little corner. This is a great place to go shopping.
If you go into a store you’ll notice there aren’t price tags on the items. This is because the price is up for negotiation. Before asking what the item is being sold for, determine a number in your mind of the most you would pay for it. Keep this in mind as you negotiate. Most importantly, remember to keep a positive attitude, it’s just a game.