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On holiday here in yasmine, hammamet as never been before.
Still here now.
Be careful of men telling you they are cooks from your hotel and taking you to there brothers or family shop. Just say NO!!
Do Not use the horse and cart...More
Just be wise and be prepared for harrasment. The guy on beach with camel is an absolute pest. You will be approached constantly by people who say they work at your hotel... Just ignore.. Unless you want to be dragged to their brothers shop.
it's 5 years from being last in Yasmin..it was nice to see the town was clean,,with the streets being swept...it's only a small town and you can soon get around.there are horse carriages,taxis and road train if any body has mobility problems..there is a small...More
Tunisia is not a very good place to be going on holiday. Outside of your hotel your constantly being pested by the locals, the medinas are full of people that wont let you look by yourself, my partner was grabbed on the arm and we...More
Got a taxi from hotel just under 9 denar under £3.00 each way good value. God and easy to walk around and good to see the original buildings and chat to the local people. Talked to one gentleman and his son is in university in...More
A nice beachfront with a nice marina. Many hotels, restaurants and and shops. This is the newer Hammamet area which is more modern. Pricey restaurants and you need to haggle at the shops or else you'll be paying an arm and a leg. Walk around...More
A very nice area with a good selection of restaurants near by. There is quite a few shops and markets near by but some of the markets see that your British and increase the price massively. So got to stay focused.
Tired tourist city. Went for the day and that was plenty-shopped at the prix fixe “mall” and was happy not to have to haggle. The downside is the men pestering you to visit their shops, etc. It gets exhausting actually but it was totally expected...More
Horrible food every where apart from two places one in old media called two m really good food and one called Shakespeare that's run by an English woman and her family all fresh and most importantly clean l!
Response from SHOWSTOPPER_007 | Reviewed this property |
In terms of security nothing to worry about, check points scattered every few miles, undercover security patrolling the beaches.
We walked around Hammamet even during late evening feeling totally safe.
Go and enjoy 👍
Hi, travelling to Yasmin Hammamet in June, with a friend, we are under 20 years old and have a few questions I hope people can answer. Is it safe to travel there? I understand that there have been a few incidents in the news recently, and only realised after booking that the incidents that happened were in Tunisia. We are 2 young girls, and have heard rumours of the men there being very forward with women, especially in the market place - again, do we have anything to worry about? Also,...More
April 21, 2015|
Hi, Firstly, nowhere is safe and nobody on here can confirm you will be safe. However, going by experience of Tunisia and crime statistics (which i had sight of last year) Tunisia has less crime than Magaluf and many other standard holiday destinations. I may have missed some of the news recently, I am only aware of the shootings in Tunis, a very sad incident. Could there be further attacks that effect/target tourists? Yes, these type of attacks are on the increase across the world inc...More
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Shoping..... ? (3 Replies)
I am paning a holiday to Tunisia (my first visit) and i was wondering are there nay shops, shopping center in Yasmin Hammamet are there all over the place or just one particular area ? Thanks.
January 07, 2013|
Shopping is very good in yasmine hammamet. Plenty shops up and down the main roads/promenade. Also some shops around the marina, theres the medina and lovely big boutique called Joys. Theres a mixture of fixed price shops and one where u can haggle. Most hotels will also have a shop. Practically everything within yasmine hammamet is within walking distance if u like a wonder round or cheap taxi fare from one side to the other.
Weather (0 Replies)
Hi coming out Friday to Yasmin Hammamet just wandered if anyone out there now who can tell me what weather been like so I know what to pack