The small Moroccan city of Tetouan was an important link between Africa and Spain. Its old medina is still intact and today the market’s taken it over.
Panjakent is more than just a rest stop on Tajikistan. Dig down, and you’ll find an ancient city buried here!
Here’s what to expect at Tashkent’s Chorsu Bazaar – one of the best places to see daily life in Uzbekistan and the best market in Tashkent.
They say you can get anything you want here at the Black Market in Ulaanbaatar. So what is it like to step into Mongolia’s busiest marketplace?
Shopkeepers sit on stools and sell vegetables, fires burn with pots boiling on top, a woman cuts open a coconut. This is a market as authentic as they come!
Slightly away from the tourist crowds of Inle Lake is the local market, about an hour’s bicycle ride from Nyaungshwe. It’s where the lake and the land meet.
Kashgar was once a vital stop along the Silk Road. A grand bazaar appeared and today it’s still an epicentre of curious trade.
This market is promoted as a window to the Silk Road. Unfortunately it lacks authenticity and is just another symbol of the growth of tourism in China.
You might think there aren’t many things to see in Kota Bharu, but this Malaysian city is more than just a transit point.