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Albay market

It is considered the oldest market in the antique city of Tunisia. Its age exceeded two centuries, since it was established in 1813 AD by Hammouda Pasha, next to the Dar El Bey in the Kasbah “Government Palace”. The market provides many products, especially carpets and silk stores in addition to gold, jewelry, antiques, ivory and precious metals You can also buy souvenirs from it, and next to it is the “Al Baraka” market, which is an extension of it

It is also one of the oldest markets in Tunisia, as it was dedicated to the slave trade in the seventeenth century AD, but this trade was suspended since 1846 AD. Now the market provides its visitors with the most valuable commodities of jewelry, gold and precious metals.

Attarin market

Dear tourist, if you want to shop at the cheapest prices, and at the same time you see the most beautiful tourist attractions, we advise you to go to the “Al-Attarin” market, as it is one of the oldest markets in Tunisia, where its establishment dates back to the thirteenth century AD at the hands of Abu Zakaria the first founder of the Hafsid state and it has the most important tourist attractions such as a mosque Al-Zaitouna and the National Library
With it, you can buy the finest perfumes, henna, bridal supplies, roses, jasmine, ebony, spices, and amber, as well as several markets like Turk, Fakka and Balajiah.

Rhetorical market

It is one of the oldest popular markets in Tunisia and dates back to the seventeenth century AD, found between the approach of the Kasbah and the market of perfumers and is famous for the industry of rhetoric or kandara, which means regular shoes and until now there is this market and is famous for the manufacture of shoes of various kinds, but contemporary shoes.

The Copper Market

It was called the Safarin market and it was established in the thirteenth century AD and is specialized in making copper things like utensils and also painted them, so you can go to it to buy decorative copper gifts.

Al Turk Market

It was established in the seventeenth century AD and is famous for selling traditional Tunisian clothes such as Bernos Albay, pants, bra, bra and jumpsuit and other clothes that reflect the beautiful Tunisian culture and near it there is the “Chaouachine” market, which is a cheesy traditional tradition that dates back to Andalusian civilization.

Cloth market

Its foundation dates back to the twelfth century AD and is located next to the Zaytuna Mosque and is located in the main corridor that connects Bab Al-Suwaiqa and Bab al-Jazira to the west of the Zaytuna Mosque as it is known as the textile market and it is one of the most famous markets for selling fabrics and sells products such as fabric made from linen, cotton, wool and also leather and manufactures Handicrafts, traditional crafts, fabrics, and beautiful decorative carpets.

Lap market

In the middle of the antique city of Tunis, next to the Zaytouna Mosque, it was created by Youssef Dai and you will find it dear tourists, various woolen products and Alsafari, which is the traditional Tunisian dress that you can buy as a distinctive souvenir that reminds you to visit this beautiful country and the market “Al-Sagaen” specialized in beautifying saddles.

The new market

There are many products in it as they have different commercial activities and what distinguishes it is a historical impact that was supervised by the construction of Hammouda Pasha in 1813 AD and is part of a historical architectural complex consisting of a mosque, palace, avenue, school, bathroom and soil and there is near the mosque of the owner of the character so we advise you to go To shop in it because it is a wealthy market and landmark, but the “Murr” market
It is a daily market that sells all your daily necessities, as it contains all the goods

The cheapest markets in Tunisia are the Monday market

Among the most famous markets in Tunisia, it is held on Mondays every week and is characterized by the availability of all types of products in it as it is filled with merchants arriving from all parts to sell their goods such as clothes, incense, blankets, bedspreads, roses, cosmetics, wax, shoes, bags, plastic utensils made from Pottery
Also, the products imported from China, especially electronics, are also available in various foods, including vegetables, fruits, meat, salted fish, olives, honey, dates and legumes.

Tile market

There is in the center of the antique capital next to the Mosque of Zaytuna and Qashshin, and it is famous for selling herbs, especially medicinal, so it is visited by many local residents of all groups, as well as tourists, and it is characterized that a part of it is covered and can be reached through the approach of the dyers.

Sidi Bouendil Market

– If you are a fan of importing imported products but at cheap prices, you should definitely visit the “Sidi Boumindel” market, one of Tunisia’s popular markets. It is specialized in trading imported products from China and East Asian countries, where you will find all your needs of imported things and the market extends from Al-Bashir Square to Al-Barzali Square, ending with an approach Spain and the Comission River.

Al Kababbagh Market

One of the markets of the ancient city of Tunis, specialized in the manufacture and sale of traditional clothes.

Koutoubia market

It was established during the Hafsid era, this name is called because it was active in the bookstore trade due to its presence near the Zaytuna Mosque, which in turn was the center of the Olive University and in the past it was called the Tayebin Market where flowers were sold and perfumes were made and until now beautiful roses are sold

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