Dar Lasram is a magnificent mansion. From the 18th century, the Lasram family provided the beys (provincial governors) with scribes....
This sprawling maze of ancient streets and alleyways is a national treasure. It's home to numerous cave-like souqs selling everything...
The immaculately restored Le Diwan is an 18th-century mansion that's now an upmarket craft shop and banqueting hall. This corner of the...
This popular pocket-sized place does great cheap sandwiches.
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Palais Khereddine information
Palais Khereddine is on a pretty, palm-shaded square. This 19th-century palace, later split to house two schools - one for Jews, one for Muslims - is somewhat grandly named the Museum of Tunis, and hosts some excellent, free, art exhibitions.