This huge comercial centre, something very similar to Spain's El Corte Ingles. It's located in the center of the Medina. It's one of those trade centres called "fair price", where you pay the price marked on the product and you can't haggle. The truth is that prices do not differ too much from the shops of the souks, although they are slightly higher. For my taste, the purchase is more comfortable, because traders of small shops become very annoying. The center consists of several plants and in it you can find everything that is in any souk in the country. It's divided into sections: Carpets, shirts, ceramics, perfumes, small souvenirs, lamps, typical national grocery, bags. There's also a bank, ATM and exchange office.
Just opposite the Bourguiba Mosque and the Museum of Arts and Popular Traditions is this another mall, which is the official National Craft Center, whose prices, just like in the Yasmina Center, are marked (they are not open to bargaining). Furthermore, the quality and authenticity of the products are guaranteed and controlled by the government. Both malls have virtually the same products (leather goods, wood and ceramics, perfumes, shirts, carpets, etc.), although it is smaller than the Yasmina.
Soula shopping center is located just at the entrance of the Medina of Sousse, specifically in Martyrs Square, opposite the port of Sousse. It is a large shopping center with a variety of all kinds of shops, from souvenirs, typical products of Sousse, clothes, etc. The advantage of buying in the mall as opposed to the market is that all credit cards are accepted and the price is fixed. There are two different ways of shopping in Tunisia: 1) in the stalls of the souks or city medinas or 2) in malls. The difference between the first way and the second is the haggling, which in malls is not allowed as all products have a fixed price.