Fodor's Expert Review Souk Laghzal
A couple of times a week, usually Tuesday and Thursday, an auction is held in the wool market square. At this quirky event, a crowd sits in a circle around the auctioneer, who sells off an unpredictable array of items that might include an old kaftan, a plastic chandelier, or a beautiful pottery piece—you never can guess. A jumble sale with heaps of low-priced clothing takes place nearby. As the square's name would suggest, this is also a wool area; you can buy dyed wool on one side of the square and wool products (carpets and the like) on the other.