This is a typical market where you can find all kinds of souvenirs both from Tunisia and more local ones. Here you can practice your bargaining skills to the fullest, surely you will loose agains these experts.
You also find some nice cafes and restaurants in this area.
This was a fantastic Souk with as many locals as tourists. Narrow paths between the "stalls" and a real mix of produce / products. Shoes , Spices, you name it. Just be strong, as with most countries in the Middle East / Egypt, when they try to hawk you into their shop .... a fir, No with a smile usually...
I'd read about this market being the most pretty and traditional in Tunisia so I guess I was expecting something a bit twee. But it was neither pretty nor traditional - but it was real and authentic (with a few tourist shops) so can't complain about that.
My best advice is to not make eye contact with anyone for the...