Things to see and do - Zanzibar Town
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Zanzibar Town Travel guide
Zanzibar Town : Michelin's recommendations
Zanzibar Town, from where spices and slaves were traded during the golden age of the Sultunate, is famous for its old town,Stone Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Other sights of interest include Livingstone House and Maruhubi Palace (19C) to the north, as well as the island’s beaches.
Tourist attractions Zanzibar Town : Things to see and do
EAT - Zanzibar City
Darajani Market in Stone Town, the spice-scented, historic heart of Zanzibar, is best visited first thing in the morning. Follow your visit with a stroll through the maze of narrow alleyways with their carved doorways and then head towards the sea to..
Nyumba Ya Moto Street EAT - Zanzibar City
A ceremonial palace built in 1883, the House of Wonders is the emblem of Stone Town. The building takes its name from the fact that it was the first in the town to have electricity and a lift, and is clearly visible with its three storeys of balconie..
EAT - Zanzibar City
The Swahili island of Zanzibar leaves a lasting impression on all visitors. This old slave trading post attracts travellers who are looking for an exotic, authentic destination where they can rest and relax. The island has much to offer visitors - id..
Hotels Zanzibar Town
1226 Kokoni Street, Stone Town EAT - Zanzibar City
Prix Prices from : 70 $
Situated just a 5-minute walk from the Stone Town Ferry Terminal, The Rosal Stone Town Hotel features a restaurant and tour assistance. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. The air-conditioned rooms all come with a sofa and satellite TV. Ot..
Kiponda Street, Stone Town EAT - Zanzibar City
Prix Prices from : 75 $
Asmini Palace Hotel is located in Stone Town, just a 10 minutes’ drive from the Zanzibar Airport. Featuring Zanzibari décor and wooden furnishings, this hotel has a 24-hour front desk, air conditioning and a sun terrace overlooking the city. With a ..
Stone Town EAT - Zanzibar City
The Swahili House is located in the centre of Stone Town amongst the bustling market, shops and restaurants. The refurbished 5-storey Indian Merchant House is built around a courtyard. The rooms are decorated in traditional Swahili décor. Each of th..