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We visited Nabeul and our expectations were met with mixed feelings as we felt there was not much to see or do. The market is fine but no different that other markets in Tunisia. The exception being that there is more pottery items but the...More
I like markets, I like a haggle, I like to buy gifts to take home and I'm NOT a miserable person. However Nabeul medina was a poor experience.
The choice of goods on sale was poor (pottery & leather) and of a poor quality. Shopkeepers...More
If you’re up for haggling then this is the place for you.
At first it can appear very overwhelming but it’s a great few hours out!
Prepare to get grabbed, shouted at and hassled! If you firmly tell the people NO and put your hand...More
This is meant to be the best place to shop. It was ok. Dnt hassle you much but prices are ridiculous and try to convince you its worth it. Didnt buy anything. Has anything u could possibly want. Taxi fare from hotel was cheap.
The market is held every Friday from 0800 to about 1400. It is relatively easy to find if you arrive by bus. Walk out of the bus terminus onto the high street and turn right, the market is about 400 metres away. You'll know when...More
Went to the markets with my sons on the Friday and it was an experience I will not forget. Really enjoyed it an will be going back.
Started of at the front with the usual shops with all the souvenirs and stuff. Then it went...More
It is huge market , you can buy loads of unique and interesting things there. I got few bowls and platter dish out of olive wood tree , that are really unique and lovely . Be ready to negotiate price . There are no fixed...More