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Things To Do in Sousse

El DJem Amphitheatre
4.6/5
60 Reviews
Historical Architecture
燃烧生命的小胖妞El Jem Colosseum has conquered all visitors with its majesty, magnificence, scientific layout and perfect harmony, just like the pyramids of Egypt. This is a world cultural heritage and the best-preserved Colosseum outside of Rome. It feels more intact than the Colosseum. It stands abruptly, like a tall castle fortress, rising from the ground and standing in the sky.
Port El Kantaoui
4.4/5
24 Reviews
_GG***11one of the places u must visit if u are in sousse, great atmosphere
the old port
4.5/5
15 Reviews
Beach
juki235The old port of Sousse is not large, but it has a strong feeling of a French port. There are some old-fashioned pirate ships parked in the port for everyone to take photos. The old port really has a It has a taste of European retro, it is worth the money to visit.
Sousse
4.4/5
13 Reviews
City | ​​landmark
13611302253Next to the old castle of Sousse, on the Mediterranean coast, the fisherman’s wharf-Darling Harbour is a beautiful business card of Sousse. There is a charming atmosphere hidden in the depths of the seaport of Sousse. Various bars and restaurants are distributed among them. Various yachts, fishing boats and luxury cruise ships dock in the harbor. A curved trestle bridge goes deep into the Mediterranean Sea.
Medina of Sousse
4.5/5
14 Reviews
Market
事事随缘The old town of Sousse Medina, here can best reflect the customs of Tunisia. Medina, which means old city in Arabic, refers specifically to a city where Arabs live traditionally. It is the soul of a city. Tunisia has seven world cultural heritage sites, four of which are related to Medina, which is the best preserved of. The old city of Medina still preserves the style and appearance of hundreds of years ago, presenting the scene of a lively Arab bazaar. Citizens are busy buying and selling goods, meeting middle-aged aristocrats smoking shisha, female college students studying, children playing football happily, everything seems to go back in time. See the world freely
Museum Dar Essid
4.4/5
5 Reviews
Museum
juki235The Dar es Salaam Museum is very similar to the famous Bardu National Museum. There are many relics of ancient civilizations. The most famous of these are the mosaic murals, which have images of animals and maps, and even many The patterns of our current mosaic floor tiles are really very ancient and magical and amazing.

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El DJem Amphitheatre
El DJem AmphitheatreSousse,Tunisia

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Port El Kantaoui
Port El KantaouiSousse,Tunisia

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the old port
the old portSousse,Tunisia

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Sousse
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Medina of Sousse
Medina of SousseSousse,Tunisia

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Museum Dar Essid
Museum Dar EssidSousse,Tunisia

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