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This old Byzantine foundation was a fortress of the Almoravid era. It is an impressive monument with large prayer hall and many smaller rooms for the Islamic worriors. It is the oldest monument in Sousse built in the 8th century.
You can finished it within 30 mins as there is not really much to explore inside, pretty empty. You can climb to the top of the watchtower and the view from there is just great but be careful to the steps as they are quite...More
I visited this ribat in Sousse after I checked out the ribat in Monastir. The thing is that, the one in Sousse is smaller and doesn't offer as spectacular view over the surroundings as the ribat in Monastir. My best advise for you if you...More
If you go up the rooftop of Soula shopping Center where it stands near the Place Farhat Hacchodaira.
You can get the fine view of “Sousse” including “Ribat for free of charge.
HIS の ツアーで参加して 個人で 「リバト」に入場見学(入場料８ディナール)するつもりでした！
ただ 現地ガイドさんが スーラ ショッピングセンターを 上まで上がると 景色が良いということで 市街が見渡せ 「リバト」もキレイに見えました！...More
It's certainly an imposing building in an impressive location and relatively cheap to enter, you pay extra to take photies.
Inside, you have a series of rooms on different levels, some with artefacts in.
Not stunning, but worth a visit.
Right next to the Grande Mosque is the Ribat. This is a very interesting place to walk around. Architecture is amazing. The views from the top of the Ribat are amazing. Well worth a visit. Price about £3 to enter.
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Tunisia and morocco are very similar in their peoples. personally I feel safe in both. it is a matter of being sensible, as undoubtedly you would when walking around a strange city in any country. if anything I felt safer in... More
Tunisia and morocco are very similar in their peoples. personally I feel safe in both. it is a matter of being sensible, as undoubtedly you would when walking around a strange city in any country. if anything I felt safer in Marrakech than I have done in London.