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Almost poetry

Tunisian white buildings are almost a standard in all the coastal area of the country, but to find... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Alvaro_Garnero
,
Sao Paulo, SP
Nothing special

This Kasbah (old fortress) is in the Hammamet. It cost 7 TND/Person to go inside. Inside is one... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Veeti
,
Helsinki, Finland
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“shop keepers” (4 reviews)
“buy something” (2 reviews)
“fort” (11 reviews)
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Hammamet, Tunisia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Tunisian white buildings are almost a standard in all the coastal area of the country, but to find a Kasbah, a fort, a military building with such a beautiful and peaceful color is borderline incongruent. It makes you eager to go there, not to avoid...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This Kasbah (old fortress) is in the Hammamet. It cost 7 TND/Person to go inside. Inside is one stone yard and stairs to go up to the wall, where you can walk a short tour. I have to saa that it is boring and nothing...More

Thank Veeti
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Found the side alleys very scary. Was like a rabbit warren however when we finally reached the medina we found all the stores much the same. All of the store keepers apparently worked at our hotel (really lol) turn your hotel bracket inside out, according...More

1  Thank Tanya P
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Reviewed 13 January 2018

A well-restored kasbah, but entrance fee is charged (14 Dinar per person - and we were never given a receipt) which is somewhat high, given what you get to see: some pictures of the kasbah in the past (no English) and the opportunity to take...More

Thank Alex J
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Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

A very nice and traditional area its like going back in history. The old buildings, cobbled streets are filled with olden charm and tradition.

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Reviewed 9 March 2017

Lots to do and see with markets , shops , street food and café. The place is like a maze and was fun to walk. would highly recommend it

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Reviewed 28 February 2017

Great little Medina and nice streets Not so busy during downturn currently in 2017 Please buy something - merchants and people are struggling Clean nice view of history and how people used to live

2  Thank mahdint
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Reviewed 18 February 2017

It's lots of fun to wander in here. Yes, shop keepers want you to come and buy stuff--that is how they live. You have to bargain. Don't be shocked, it's part of the experience. Take your time and cut the price in half. Change the...More

Thank tkhazem
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Reviewed 15 November 2015

Busy, colourful, a must for anyone shopping or who just wants a taste of Tunisian life. Go with the right mindset, enjoy it. Don't go if you are in a hurry! Beautiful buildings, a very traditional atmosphere. So much to see.

Thank Jo W
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Reviewed 13 September 2015

lot of bargains to be had leather bags large £6 shoes leather £10 carpet £5 the only down side is you get a lot of hassle because the men stand in front of there shops and try and get you in to there shops they...More

1  Thank larraine81249
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26 September 2017|
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Response from UBrummyZ | Reviewed this property |
Yes visiting kasbah is free. Taxi / transport, eating out and shopping will need to be paid for.
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