All along this street you'll surely find the perfect souvenir.
Strolling, shopping and tea
Also known as the street of the jewelers, Rue Siaghine can be found where the Grand Zoco meets the medina up until the Petit Zoco. Here you'll find a lot of bars and cafés at which to stop for a drink, but also various shops hawking cheap souvenirs. On this important and very central street, which leads to Rue de la Marine, leading down to the Mediterranean, you'll also find the headquarters of various banking and import/export concerns owned by the city's most important Jewish families. Even so, Siaghine still conserves the golden-age feel of years ago, when it was the stomping ground of locals, celebrities, and tourists.
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