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Departure to Sidi Bou said: Perched high atop of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean, this picturesque village is a delightful place for a leisurely stroll through winding cobbled streets. Its trademark white walls, contrasting sky blue doors and ornate window grids, make for a wonderfully inspiring setting. Wander around the boutiques for souvenirs or relax at a cliff-side Moorish café.
Continue to the Medina (~18km, 20 Minutes drive, the heart of historic Tunis) one of the best preserved Islamic cities in the world. Walk through the meandering streets, viewing the architecture of some residential quarter, as well as the activity and excitement of the souks. Also see the great Mosque of Djamaa-ez-Zitouna, walking through Souk Echaouchia (Traditional cap makers market) and Souk El Attarine (Perfume market).
Departure to Carthage, founded by the Phoenicians in 814 BC. The earliest settlements of Punic Carthage can sill be seen on Byrsa Hill, just below the renowed Carthage National Museum. Although destroyed by the Romans in 146BC and later built over by them, recent excavation has revealed the foundations of five-story Punic houses, each with its own cistern and drainage system. The most remarkable early remains are the two basins of the Punic Ports, an evidence of the Carthaginian’ mastery of the sea, which fascinated and frustrated the Romans. Another important site of pre-roman Carthage is the Tophet.
Sidi Bou said: Perched high atop of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean, this picturesque village is a delightful place for a leisurely stroll through winding cobbled streets. Its trademark white walls, contrasting sky blue doors and ornate window grids, make for a wonderfully inspiring setting. Wander around the boutiques for souvenirs or relax at a cliff-side Moorish café.
Take a four-hour car tour of Tunis that highlights the modern and traditional aspects of the Tunisian capital. Highlights include the top-ranked university, and a walk through the Medina of Tunis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You'll hear informative commentary from your guide, and have round-trip transport from your Tunis hotel.
Your city tour starts with hotel pickup. Travel in an air-conditioned car through the Tunis El Manar University campus, the top-ranked university in Tunisia. See an old French district and learn about the history of Tunisia.
When you arrive at the World Heritage–listed Medina of Tunis, your guide takes you on a walk through the narrow streets. Founded about 1,300 years ago in 698, the Tunis Medina is home to many monuments. Hear about the sights you pass as you stroll down streets lined with ancient buildings, colorful shops, and cafes decorated in intricate tile work.
After four factastic hours, your tour ends with drop-off at your hotel.
Enjoy a day fishing out on the open sea. Catch the fish and enjoy a swim or snorkel in the mediterranean. Try your chances with all types of fish including crane fish, Bream, large tunny, sea bream and many more exotic mediterranean species. All equipment will be provided on board.
The Bardo museum is housed in the bey of Tunis’ former palace. Famous for its Roman mosaics taken from archaeological sites all over the country, it is widely considered one of the best collections in the world. Just when you think that you’ve seen the best, the next room reveals something even more wondrous! Though the Bardo is primarily about mosaics, it also houses the most important finds from Tunisia’s archaeological sites. Continue to the Medina (~ 5km, 15mn drive, the heart of historic Tunis) one of the best preserved Islamic cities in the world. Walk through the meandering streets, viewing the architecture of some residential quarter, as well as the activity and excitement of the souks. Also see the great Mosque of Djamaa-ez-Zituna, walking through Souk Eshawasheen (Traditional Cap Makers Market) and Souk El Attarine (Traditional Perfume Market).
Opening days : Everyday, except Mondays
Depart from your Tunis centrally located accommodation for Dougga and visit the pinnacle of the Roman presence in Tunisia. the visit to Dougga invariably begins with the Theatre, whose splendor is unchallenged by its nearness to the car park. Built-in 168 AD by one of the town's wealthier occupants, Marcus Quadratus, the Theatre can seat up to 3,500 people.
It is from here that you find the residential quarter, Temples, and extensive Licinian Baths, and there are some choice spots down here to photograph the Capitol.
Return back to the hotel in Tunis.
- Stay away from tourist spots
- Dive more into local life and discover Tunisia Otherwise
- Discover 3 types of desert: the Erg - the Reg and the Chotts
- Explore the mountain oases
- Visit the largest salt lake in North Africa
- Discover the charm of southern Tunisia via Ksours and Berber villages
- Diverse accommodation: Caravansérail - Gîte - Tent - Hotel
- Visit the locals at home and find out how they live
- Enjoy a tour that covers a large part of southern Tunisia
- Meet the dromedaries in their wild
- Bathe in a hot spring in the desert
- Breathe fresh air into a hike in nature
This 5-hours is a break to enjoy the Tunisian the local wine and food tasting. Discover how rich are the local vineyards and the good quality of its wines as well as how spicy is the local food. It's also an opportunity to appreciate the beautiful countryside of Tunisia. It's a blend of history, culture and nature, which makes it a memorable experience.
- A circuit that goes from the north to the south of the country
- Visit of Kairouan the holy city
- Visit of the mountain oases
- Star Wars set tours
- You will spend a night under tent in the desert
- You will spend a night in a hotel where Star Wars songs have been shot
- You will visit a Berber family in their troglodyte house
- You will visit the museum and amphitheater of El Jem
- You will be in 4 * 4 privatized with a guide and a driver approved by the Tunisian Tourist Office
- You will eat local during the day
Visit the ancient city of Carthage, a seaside village, which overlooks the Mediterranean Sea on a half-day tour from Tunis that includes round-trip transport from your Tunis centrally located hotel. This tour takes you to 1 of Tunisia’s 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in a single day.
• Visit the Punic city of Carthage including the Port, Museum and Tophet
• Hotel pickup and drop-off from your Tunis centrally located hotel
Discover the largest Roman monument in Africa at the amphitheater of El Jem. Visit the last 2 Aghlabid basins which were created in the 9th century and are part of the largest hydraulic works of the Middle Ages, and discover the golden age of Kairouan
An excursion that lasts a day and begins with visiting Hammamet the city of jasmine flowers and orange trees. Nabeul the ancient Roman Nepolis is considered the city of pottery and ceramics, Kelibia the famous city with its good dry muscatel and its fishing port, passing thereafter by the ancient Punic town Kerkouane, Haouaria the village with hawks and ending with the city of Korbous known since antiquity as a high quality spa.
our excursion is by group For Kairouan & Sousse.
Visit the ancient city of Kairouan with a Professional guide.
visit of the city of Sousse
visit to Port el Kantaoui.
pickup is guaranteed for the group;
explore the medina of Tunis with a professional guide.This tour is a perfect combination of the Tunis old city sightseeing tour, shopping in famous Tunisian bazaars and attending an exposition of native Berber carpets.
The flair of the medina are its colorful markets and streets full of lively and peaceful people.
Explore Tunisia on a 7 day tour with a licensed tour guide .you will visit Tunis, the roman city of Dougga ,Hammamet the amphitheatre el Jem ,,Douz ,Tozeur, Chebika ,Tamerza ,Kairouan and Kairouan .Depending on number ,The tour includes transport with an air-conditioned car or van ,English speaking guide service and tickets to all historical sites mentioned in the tour .
The tour starts at 8:00 am .If your arrival time is different ,you will be transferred to your hotel and start the tou,r on the following day.
This beautiful mosque has a distinctive octagonal minaret and is one of the earliest examples decorated with tiles in Tunisia.
The sundial clock on the south face would be standard on any church bell tower in Spain but doesn’t appear on a minaret anywhere else in the world.
Testour’s Andalusian heritage is preserved in many small details such as houses covered in beautiful curved ceramic roof tiles similar to those found in many regions of Spain.
Habiba M’sika’s house: This famous Jewish singer lived and died tragically at the hands of her lover in Testour.
Dougga the best preserved Roman site in Tunisia.
Located 50Km from the capital Tunis and 35Km from the seaside resort of Hammamet, the city of Zaghouan is one of the most beautiful destinations in Tunisia.
Known for its natural mineral wealth and above all thermal spa of first choice, this locality, originally Berber, fascinated the Romans who baptized it Ziqua (term related to water) before it was occupied by Andalusian refugees in 1609 .