Most tourists return from Tunisia with carpets, which are famous for the Arab region. Mostly local rugs are made in Persian and Berber styles. In addition to the capital they can be purchased in cities such as Djerba, Kairouan and Tozeur. The city is famous for its leather goods – belts, bags and jackets. The quality of this product is pretty good, and the price is quite affordable. Test the skin with a lighter. If the dealer won't permit you to do so, the product is made of leatherette.
Remember that in Tunisia there are no great designers, so all leather is quite simple in its design.
The city also sell essential oils and spirits, which are made primarily from flowers of geranium and orange. Very popular with tourists and jewelry Tunisian artists who possess the authentic Arabic design and a fairly complex exercise. To buy in Tunisia, can gold and silver jewelry and articles of other metals that Shine with elegance and genuine Oriental flair.
Since Tunisia is an Arab region, buying without bargaining is equal to the insult to the seller. Every Tunisian trader expects that a tourist will bargain with him – this is a mandatory ritual. Buying expensive carpets or jewelry, remember that in a nearby store or from another seller the same product could cost much cheaper, so take the time to explore the market.
In Tunisia, the shops with a different assortment of goods is at each hotel, but prices are slightly bite. Shopping is best done in a city where there is a large national supermarkets, as well as many markets where are sold all sorts of Souvenirs. Traditional bazaars in every city of Tunisia. Usually they are in old areas, being located on narrow streets.
Directly in the markets produce many products: carpets, shoes, coinage and other items that make up the everyday life of Tunisians.
In addition to the souks to buy exotic things can be on a weekly fairs, which are held in the Central city area. The most famous fairs are open on Mondays in Kairouan, on Thursday in Hammamet on Friday in Nabeul and Mahdia on Saturday in Monastir on Sunday in Sousse. Time the fairs – seven in the morning until the hour of the day, so late risers will have to revise your schedule to have time to buy the most beautiful and affordable things.