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Tunis


On the edge of the Gulf of Tunis are the remains of ancient Carthage, the rich and legendary maritime city of the Phoenicians. The idyllic setting by the sea will transport you to a completely different universe. Moreover, if you want to attend the Carthage Festival (at the Ancient Theater of Carthage), you must go

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Things to do and see - Tunis

Explore a UNESCO-listed historic medina with its narrow alleys, bustling souks
Medina of Tunis
 
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View the city from the rooftop of a mosque
Ez-Zitouna Mosque
 
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Have a peaceful moment at a beautiful cathedral
Cathedral of St Vincent de Paul and St Olivia of Palermo
 
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See a historic gate that separates the Medina of Tunis and the modern city
Bab El Bhar
 
0.5
Relax in a serene park featuring gardens, and a natural history museum
Belvedere Park
 
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Wander through a charming blue-and-white village with picturesque streets
Sidi Bou Said
 
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20 km
30 min
Have a trip to the largest Roman baths in Africa
Baths of Antoninus
 
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15 km
25 min
Take a leisurely stroll along the main avenue, with cultural attractions
Avenue Habib Bourguiba
 
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Visit ancient ruins, including the Roman Baths, Antonine Baths, and Tophet
Carthage
 
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16 km
25 min
Relax on the sandy beaches of a coastal town with Mediterranean charm
Hammamet
 
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65 km
70 min
Enjoy the relaxing beaches and vibrant atmosphere of a coastal suburb
La Marsa
 
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17 km
30 min

FAQ - Tunis

Is it true that Bardo National Museum is known as one of the most important museums in the Mediterranean region?
Why is Medina a UNESCO World Heritage Site?
Where does Tunis get its name from?

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