This souq (market) is the closest Sousse comes to a medieval bazaar. The roof is unmistakably modern, yet the sales-pitch beneath it is...
Standing at the high point of the medina, the kasbah was built onto the city walls in the 11th century. It incorporates the imposing...
Sousse Archaeological Museum
Sousse's excellent archaeological museum occupies the southern section of the old kasbah . One of the best collections of mosaics in...
There are a bunch of good coffeehouses in the medina including Café Sidi Bouraoui and Café Yasmine. Restaurant-Café Seles is a cozy...
The owner of this little medina restaurant has the tourist trade cornered and rightly so. Hearty meat and couscous dishes are served off...
Lonely Planet review
The catacombs include an estimated 5.5km of tunnels containing the graves of more than 15,000 local Christians, mostly from the 4th and 5th centuries AD. The only section open to the public is about 100m of the Catacombes du Bon Pasteur, named after an engraving of the bon pasteur (good shepherd) found inside. Most of the graves have been bricked in; a few have glass fronts, revealing skeletal remains.