A place to meet the craftsmen and their typically Moroccan techniques.
The Place des Ferblantiers is located on the edge of the Mellah, Marrakech's old Jewish quarter and essentially connects the old Jewish quarter to the old Islamic quarters of the city. It is located south of the famous Jemaa El Fna square, a must to visit in Marrakech!
Discover Moroccan know-how
You will find small traditional shops where artisans make their wares from different metals, including tinplate and copper. These craftsmen have been using the same techniques and skills for years, a know-how passed down from generation to generation.
You can buy jewellery, traditional daggers, incense burners, tea trays, lamps and much more!
A little refreshment?
Numerous bars surround the Place des Ferblantiers, you will easily find something to hydrate you. Most of the bars have rooftop terraces, so you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the medina.
You will find yourself close to many of Marrakech's popular tourist attractions such as the Saadian Tombs and El Badi Palace.
Once you have finished your stroll, head to Le Foundouk Restaurant. Moroccan or international cuisine awaits you with a terrace offering a panoramic view of Marrakech's Medina.