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“crowded street”

Reviewed March 10, 2015

don't ever try to go in with your car ,no way to stop or to park .
despite the marche centrale where you find everything from spices to cheese to local and traditional stuffs , otherwise the made in china is mastering the place

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Reviewed January 19, 2015

Busy, crowded city street that houses most of the large French buildings from a bygone age. Not something that's a must-see but offers a glimpse of urban life in Tunisia. Plenty of good sandwich shops and a few stores (like the date candy place) worth visiting but otherwise just a highly-trafficed city street.

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Reviewed October 30, 2014

it was a very crowded street with many shops and so , if you want to buy something you will find it at good price there but you will not enjoy the crowded street very much

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Reviewed September 3, 2014

What would a tourist do on that street. Do not waste your time it is not worth it. Dirty, crowded and unsafe.

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Reviewed August 3, 2014

This is mainly a pedestrian street downtown Tunis with plenty of shops and fast food places. Many of the local people shop in the areas from clothes to spices. Central to this street is Marche Central. The local market for selling fruit and vegetables. We decided to visit the marche / market central and we didn't regret it. Very Tunisian, and it gives you some flavor of the culture. The produce there is so fresh, we went back to our hotel loaded with lovely figs and some of those delicious round peaches that Tunisia is well known for. The fish market is a story in itself! We saw such varieties of fish we never saw anywhere else. Next to the fresh, home-made cheese section, there is a very small shop where you can see how they make cheese and meat ravioli from many years ago. Don't miss this market if you want to experience a feel of real Tunis and get away from the touristy places.

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