St Joseph's Adult Education & Skills Centre
Since its creation in the mid-19th century the Albert Market, an area of frenzied buying, bartering and bargaining, has been Banjul's...
Well-presented, if slightly dusty, displays of historical and cultural artefacts, including musical instruments, agricultural tools and...
West from the ferry terminal towards the wide Ma Cumba Jallow St (Dobson St) is a chaotic assembly of decrepit colonial buildings and...
Ali Baba Snack Bar
Banjul's main snack bar has a deserved reputation for tasty shwarmas (sliced, grilled meat and salad in pita bread) and felafel...
Lonely Planet review
Tucked away inside an ancient Portuguese building, this centre has provided training to disadvantaged women for the last 20 years. Visitors can take a free tour of sewing, crafts and tie-dye classes, and purchase reasonably priced items such as patchwork products, embroidered purses and cute children's clothes at the on-site boutique.