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Was taken here by our tour guide. We were told it was a government regulated shop, all products were Moroccan and priced - no haggling basically. There were 3 floors of goods. I didnt care much for the 'fancy goods' or leather on offer but...More
This large shop has a broad range or Morocco handicrafts but the prices were far too expensive for the quality and the staff follow you around and will not let you have a good look. There is an artisanal in Marrakech that is considerably better...More
Perhaps some of the merchandise is from Moroccan artists, more is in bulk that appears mass produced. Lots of pressure from staff to buy, they haggle the price with certain clients depending where you are from. It appears they embellish their goods but they have...More
This place has a lot of good souvenirs. I got a lovely painting, a white stone camel and wooden tiger. All very beautiful. The staff was very nice and helped me carry my items even though I didn't need help.
The end of our holiday and we still needed a couple of little gifts. As we were staying at the Ibis Casa Voyageurs, we just caught the tram cost 13MAD return trip and the Exposition Nationale D'Artisanal was right there. The shop was great, huge...More
If you're not in the mood for, or have no time for, haggling over prices on Moroccan crafts in Casablanca, I recommend a visit to this place. There are three floors of crafts on display and for sale--everything from small gifts and tourist-trade offerings, to...More