Petit Futé's opinion on SOUK D'IBRA
To buy melons and dried fish, a carved wooden door or a magnificent khanjar, it is there, at the Ibra market, considered the second most important in the country after Muscat. To be frequented at the top of the buzz, on Thursday morning. The day before, Wednesday, the space is reserved for women, although the discreet presence of tourists is tolerated at the edge. In what looks by far like an unbelievable jumble, all the articles of daily life for oriental women are sold: incense, rose water, perfume, fabrics, children's clothes, bags...
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