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The architectural style of the buildings in the area reflects the diversity of the Asian, Arab & European cultures. There are shops that sell antiques, souvenirs, spices and fragrance oils.
A great day out for those who want to know more about Mombasa history, culture and where it all began.
I love just wondering the streets of Mombasa, taking photos of the old buildings, walking into shops like treasure troves selling all sorts and sampling all the different food stalls. You can also do Fort Jesus and have a nice Swahili or Indian lunch.
Mombasa Old Town The architecture recaptures a bygone era influenced by the African, Arabic and European cultures, from the narrow streets to the high ornamental balconies.The architecture recaptures a bygone era influenced by the African, Arabic and European cultures, from the narrow streets to the…
“the best and delicious pizzas and pastas in town. Oh! you don't want to miss out on their cheesecakes and gelato. ”
“Where you can find clubs , eg Anuba, hypnotica, tapas and also ATMs ! And do shopping 🛍 A well ”
“Well this is where you go to blow off steam and experience the outdoor in a way that hasn't been experienced before ... and you can actually have fun alone as there are.a number of solo visitors too... you will probably make a friend and get great value for your money”
“This is a 2 hour journey and a ferry crossing away on Mombasa island (Mvita - the town of war) but if you are interested in the history of the Swahili coast and Indian Ocean trade it may be worth it.”