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Magnificent place, with loads of music history, that can be easily missed. Strongly recommend a stop when at Sidi Bou Said or Carthage area. The craftsmanship reflected on the walls and ceilings was just amazing. Check out the musical instruments - we were surprised to...More
Came for the view a couple of times. Great view of the Port and the walk up to the Palace is full of beautiful streets of with blue doors and white walls. The area is touristy, so get lost one of the many side streets...More
A highlight of Sidi Bou Said and indeed of the Golfe de Tunis, the palace built by artist and music lover, Baron Rudolphe Erlanger merits a long visit. The palace, the grounds, the paintings he made, the musical instruments and research into Arab classical music,...More
Our exceptional Tunisian guide, Aicha from Gil Travel, picked up on our interest in music and planned this "palace" tour when we were visiting the charming seaside town of Sidi Bou Said. The remarkable story of Rudolph d'Erlanger, his eclectic collection of musical instruments, the...More
It`s actually a small palace above the city Sidi bu said . I had a nice memory of there. we held a great concert on Oct 2016 in Musiqat music festival. I didnt visit there as a tourist. but I suggest there if you want...More
This palace was built as a symbol of love by a French Baron who loved his wife and offered her this palace as a gift but now it was transformed years ago in the Mediterranean Arab Music Center and i had the occasion to visit...More
I had lived & worked in Tunisia for more than a year before I finally made it here to the palace called Ennejma Ezzahra (which apparently means "Star of Venus" in Arabic), built by the Baron Rudolpe d'Erlanger. And amazingly, in all that time, only...More