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First thing is you should not drive here. Lots of traffic as it's a one way road into the city past the car wash, and also difficult to park. We parked at the big public car park next to the Novotel over the bridge and...More
On a cruise excursion for the day, the coach dropped us off at a bus station next to the Muharraq Souq. We had a very informative guide for our walking tour around this area, to be honest it’s very old and traditional with shops selling...More
Loads of people roam around Manama looking for the famous Bahrani Halwa but all in vein.Go to Al Muharraq souq,this is where you will get the freshly made Bahraini Halwa and ofcourse the pastry like fried delites called Matai.
Moroever the souq has the traditional...More
Muharraq old souk is a must when visiting Bahrain. The shops are traditional and offers variety of products good as souvenirs and gifts . A break in one of the old cafes whether having a local breakfast or just tea is an experience by itself....More
The fabric selection is much better here than at Manama souq! I will return again and again for fabric. Also, the Saffron restaurant here has nice breakfast.
Parking is a bit tricky. You have to find a space wherever your car will fit. No large...More
The vendors are willing to make a deal with you always. I really enjoyed going from shop to shop checking our all the different goods. It's well worth your while if you are near and need that special something... I went home with more than...More