Located in the heart of Mellah district, the old Jewish quarter, Place Ozadria also called Place des Ferblantiers is one of the main tourist attractions of Marrakech given the numerous shops and workshops where local craftsmen use to make lamps, candle holders or other glass or metal items from where the name of “tinsmiths square”.
The square is preferred by the visitors who want to find a moment of relaxation since Place des Ferblantiers is less crowded and touristy than Jemaa el Fna Square or any other part of the City.
In the square, there are also a few cafes and restaurants where the tourists may stop for a while, enjoy their meal, or have a refreshing drink while watching the skilled artisans doing their job or the storks flying from on nest to another.
If you are looking for an authentic experience that gives you a taste of ancient culture you may consider staying in a Marrakech Riad for unforgettable memories.
The arabic word Rais usually means ships captain, the berber language has borrowed this word to describe the leader of a group, like this one, that play with the traditional Ribab instrument. Recorded live in the Jemma al Fnaa square Marrakech at the time of the Marrakech Film festival 2011, note the giant outdoor screen in the background.
There a many beautiful hotels and Apartments in Marrakech, as there are all over the world. The really unique opportunity when visiting the Red City is to experience a traditional Riad courtyard home.