To the northwest of the khan is Khan al-Misriyyin, believed to date from the 14th century when it was used by Egyptian merchants. On the...
Al-Burtasiya Mosque & Madrassa
Close to the souq, the mosque has a particularly fine mihrab decorated with stone and glass mosaics overlaid with gold leaf.
At the northern end of the old town is Souq al-Haraj, which is thought to have been built on the site of a Crusader church. Its high,...
Lonely Planet review
One of the most beautiful buildings in the old city is the Khan al-Khayyatin, formerly a Crusader hospital and today a beautifully restored 14th-century tailors’ souq lined with small workshops.