Rue Dar el Bacha

Rue Dar el Bacha

This street offers many charming windows into the past, as well as plenty of chic shops—from fashion to antiques and jewelry. You can peer into several caravanserais—old-style inns with courtyards—after you pass the Dar el Bacha Palace. Rue Dar el Bacha is teeming with history and character.

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