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Tunis Travel Guide

Divided into two sections, the ville novelle (new city) and medina (Arabic old city) Tunis is a fascinating city with some of Northern Africa's best markets. The medina, with its winding streets, hidden places and vaulted alleys, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and, not surprisingly, the main attraction for tourists. The ancient city of Carthage is equally accessible from Tunis. Hotels usually include a few meals with your stay, while coffee shops are plentiful, and restaurants often serve the traditional tagine, a dish cooked in a clay pot with a cone-shaped lid. Italian, French and Arabic influences all combine in a wonderful mix as easy to lose yourself in as the warrens of the medina.
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What to Do
Looking for things to do in Tunis? We provide up-to-date info on everything from must-see scenic spots to local hangouts.
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Sidi Bou Sai
4.7/5182 Reviews
"Towns"
Ruins of Carthage
Nearby City
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"Historical Sites"
Medina of Tunis
4.5/543 Reviews
"Featured Neighborhoods"
"Markets"
The National Bardo Museum
4.7/546 Reviews
"Museums"
Avenue Habib Bourguiba
4.4/531 Reviews
"Featured Neighborhoods"
Baths of Antoninus
Nearby City
4.9/511 Reviews
"Bathhouses"
Amphitheatre of El Jem
4.5/515 Reviews
"Historical Sites"
Kasbah
4.7/511 Reviews
"Historical Sites"
Chott El Djerid
1 Reviews
"Lakes"
"Deserts"
Zitouna Mosque
4.8/59 Reviews
"Mosques"
Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul
4.3/53 Reviews
"Historical Sites"
Saint Louis Cathedral
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"Churches and Cathedrals"
"Historical Sites"
Where to Stay
Discover the most popular places to stay in Tunis, complete with recommendations from fellow travelers and special hotel offers.
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Hotel Carlton
4.3/530 Reviews
Novotel Tunis Lac
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Laico Tunis
4.8/525 Reviews
Hotel Diplomat
2.4/533 Reviews
Marigold Hotel
4.5/510 Reviews
Dar Ya
2.0/58 Reviews
Ibis Tunis
3.9/550 Reviews
Golf Royal Hotel
2.9/513 Reviews
Le Corail Suites Hotel
2.5/541 Reviews
Majestic Hotel
3.9/514 Reviews
Hotel le Pacha
3.2/520 Reviews
What to Eat
Want to eat like a local? Don't miss out on these top Tunis dishes and foodie spots.
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Restaurant Ghassen
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El Ali
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Le Comptoir de Tunis
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Dar El Jeld
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"Middle Eastern Cuisine"
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Chez Slah
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"Halal"
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Le Zink
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Dar Jdoud
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"Teahouses"
Le Grand Cafe du Theatre
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"Coffee Shops"
Fresh K Salad Shop
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La Salle a Manger
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La Mamma
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Circolo Italiano Tunisi
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Discover the Real Tunis With a Local Expert

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#skiadventure #staycation #themepark #beachlife
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The Colosseum is an oval amphitheatre in the centre of the city of Rome, Italy. Emperors used the Colosseum to entertain the public with free games.The games were usually held for a day or several days in a row. ... Throughout the years, the Colosseum has been damaged by several earthquakes. The Colosseum is open daily from 08:30 AM until an hour before sunset. Closing hours vary depending on the time of year. The Colosseum is closed on 1 January and 25 December. The Roman Forum is open daily from 08:30 AM to 07:00 PM. #mynovgetaway
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The neighborhood of Medina of Tunis is located at the capital of the country #tunisia - the city of #tunis and yes it is really nice place. The guide told us many interesting stories about how the people lived here 100 years ago. Nowadays the town is well kept and easily shows the tradition of this nation. It is a must when you visit this country. It needs just few hours to be explored... #happynewyear
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Sidi Bou Said is a small village in #tunisia , northern #africa which is all in white and blue. The law says that all the buildings should be in these and only these colours and this saves the authentical style of the place. It was really enjoyable even not big at all. There were many touristy cafés around and also many organized tours. #happynewyear
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Stoyan Gotsev
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Tunisia's dinner is about slow food, drink appetizers, staple foods, desserts, and orderly. During a chat with my family, my main dish, Couscus, was on the table. I saw that its overall color is yellow-brown, in addition to the shrimp and fish mutton, a large, fried green pepper lying on the yellow, this green is the highlight of the whole dish. Green pepper is not spicy, the taste is the cooking method of oily oysters. I took a spoon and took a sip of Couscous. The wheat was stewed with turmeric, garlic and onion. The entrance was soft and some were close to millet. Taste. Fried green pepper is the best dish of Berber, and turmeric is the favorite spice in this country. It tastes slightly spicy, can drive cold, and can prevent high blood pressure. It is not difficult to see it in various dishes. . Needless to say, the freshness of the mutton, I saw that the flocks of Tunisia were all kept away, and the entrance was not smelly at all. Eating seafood is a custom left in the Carthage dynasty. Carthage is a large maritime country, and squid and prawns are often used for food.
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Yoki Huang
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Tunisia is a country suitable for wandering, and I am indulging in a four-wheel drive. Looking at the rocky deserts on both sides, passing quickly through the window. I wandered through the innocent sand dunes and looked for an oasis of desert. I sat in a sloppy cafe and listened to the rhythm of the Mediterranean. Or inadvertently smashing Berbers, they looked at me with warm eyes, held me with warm hands, asked me to listen to them about ancient legends. Finally, walking in Medina with no purpose, let the warm sun shine on the colorful carpet and paint a beautiful picture. All these beautiful adventures made me infatuated with Tunisia.
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