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Discover Tunis and its surroundings with a guide approved by the Tunisian Tourism Office. Start your day with a stroll through the alleys of the old medina (Unesco World Heritage) and discover its most important monuments like the great mosque of Zitouna. Continue to the Bardo National Museum and admire the largest collection of Roman mosaics in the world, then head to Carthage and explore the Roman and Punic ruins. Learn more about this historic heritage and end your day with a stroll around the white and blue village of Sidi Bousaid.
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Duration: 10 hours
Start: Tunis or Hammamet
End: Tunis or Hammamet
Category: Day Trip
Departure.: Every day
Tunis or Hammamet
1 Hours Before Departure Time
Visit the old medina of Tunis and discover the Zitouna mosque
Visit the Bardo museum and discover the greatest roman mosaic collection in the world
Explore the different components of the archeological site of Carthage and learn about the phenician and roman wars
Stroll in the alleys of Sidi Bousaid and admire the Tunisian architecture
Explore the historic heart of Tunis, considered one of the best-preserved Arab-Muslim cities and listed since
1979 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was one of the most important and richest cities in the Islamic world. Some 700 monuments including palaces, mosques, mausoleums, medersa and fountains bear witness to this remarkable past. The old medina of Tunis was in an oval shape, surrounded by a continuous wall and dominated by a Kasbah, seat of the government. It is built around the religious center of the great Ezzaitouna mosque, opening onto a large esplanade serving both as a market, as a place for public meetings and as a place for military parades, in the vicinity of which the Souks of the merchants were organized.
It is one of the most important museums in the Mediterranean basin and the second museum on the African continent after the Egyptian Museum in Cairo for the richness of its collections. It traces the history of Tunisia over several millennia and across several civilizations through a wide variety of archaeological pieces. Housed in a former beylical palace since 1888, it offers a prestigious and magnificent setting for the exhibition of many major works discovered since the beginnings of archaeological research in the country
By the sea, Carthage is located on the outskirts of the capital of Tunisia, Tunis. It is known for its archaeological sites. Founded by the Phoenicians in the first millennium BC, it was the seat of the powerful. Carthaginian (Punic) empire, defeated by Rome in the second century BC. It now houses a sparse collection of thermal baths, theaters, villas and other ruins, many of which offer an unobstructed view of the Gulf of Tunis.
Take the time to end your day well, enjoy a stroll through the alleys of this magnificent village, with blue doors and windows and white walls … Admire the architecture of the buildings that dominate the bay of Tunis and taste a good Mint flavored tea.