Palais Khereddine is on a pretty, palm-shaded square. This 19th-century palace, later split to house two schools - one for Jews, one for...
This sprawling maze of ancient streets and alleyways is a national treasure. It's home to numerous cave-like souqs selling everything...
Mosque of Sidi Mahres
There are mosques all over the medina; interiors are off-limits to non-Muslims. The finest include Mosque of Sidi Mahres, built in 1692...
This popular pocket-sized place does great cheap sandwiches.
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Dar Lasram information
Dar Lasram is a magnificent mansion. From the 18th century, the Lasram family provided the beys (provincial governors) with scribes. Today it's home to the Association de Sauvegarde de la Medina, who oversee medina conservation. The interior has magnificent intensely tiled rooms and courtyards, and medina maps, plans and photographs.