Tunis Medina

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Abandoned in the late 19C by its wealthy inhabitants who moved out to the modern town, Tunis' medina is now back in fashion. The best way to explore this area is to get lost in its maze of narrow streets. Dotted with tiny squares and alleyways, the old town is also home to private houses and palaces which provide oases of calm a million miles away from the noisy, bustling district of the souks. In the centre of the medina stands the Great Mosque, the main focus of local life on Fridays.

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Address : 

R. de la Kasba

Nearby tourist attractions

Central Market
Central Market
Situated at the entrance to the medina
0:15
Souk el-Berka
Souk el-Berka
A former slaves' market, the Souk el
1:00
Avenue Habib Bourguiba
Avenue Habib Bourguiba
One of the busiest streets in Tunis,
0:15
Perfume Souk
Perfume Souk
The Souk el-Attarine dates from the 13C
0:30
Hammouda Pasha Mosque
Hammouda Pasha Mosque
As you head down rue de la Casbah, you
0:15
Bardo Museum
Bardo Museum
Along with the National Assembly, the
2:00
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Central Market
Central Market
Situated at the entrance to the medina
0:15
Souk el-Berka
Souk el-Berka
A former slaves' market, the Souk el
1:00
Avenue Habib Bourguiba
Avenue Habib Bourguiba
One of the busiest streets in Tunis,
0:15
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