The Fetish Stalls, near the Maison des Artisans, are not for the faint-hearted, offering up a stomach-turning array of bones, skins,...
Marché de Medina
The charm of this market is that few tourists reach here, so you're unlikely to be hassled. It's also a good place to buy second-hand...
The Musée National is small but nevertheless contains some beautiful ethnographic pieces from many of Mali's ethnic groups, including...
Bamako is a city that comes into its own after dark, and on weekends it's a party town. Clubs don't get going before midnight and close...
The décor here is charmingly African and the specialties are quality Malian dishes (the poulet au coco is especially good), which can...
off Route de Sotuba · interesting places nearby
Le Compagnard information
Top marks for this place. High-quality French cooking, French wines and a switched-on ambience ensure plenty of regular customers among the expat community. The salad bar is a nice touch, and the wood-fired pizzas are as good as you'll find in Bamako.