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Things To Do in Tunis

Sidi Bou Sai 
4.7/5
174 Reviews
Town
D29***23this is an amazing old part of the city and definitely a must see on your trip to Tunis . full of small handicraft shops and souvenirs, small places to eat ( must try the local version of fried dough with sugar ). you walk through this gallery of old buildings all in white with blue ornaments set on a hillside with beautiful trees and flowers . on the top of the hill there is the amazing coffeehouse built into the clog with views over the ocean. I loved this place and the atmosphere.
Ruines de Carthage
4.5/5
93 Reviews
Historical Site
juki235The ancient city of Carthage in Tunisia is the world's best-preserved ancient Roman city ruins. There are many heritages of ancient buildings, including the Colosseum, ancient Roman baths, and some temple ruins. It is very grand and is definitely the best place to study the history of ancient Rome. It is worth visiting.
The National Bardo Museum
4.7/5
46 Reviews
Museum
迈科普梁士彦Un authentic place, the mesuem is just outstanding, mesmerizing are peoples there, you can find a lot of traditional dress and gifts, a lot of wonderful food. It's just a place to be.
Medina of Tunis
4.5/5
45 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
SYaqoobit’s one of the loveliest place in Tunisia, I enjoyed my travel to medina here
Avenue Habib Bourguiba
4.4/5
32 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
juki235Bourguiba Avenue is the most famous commercial street in Tunisia. The entire street is full of various shops and restaurants. Many tourists and locals will sit in the coffee shop on the roadside and enjoy a cup of coffee or a cup of coffee. A very leisurely afternoon, this is the representative of the French life in Tunisia, you may wish to come and take a walk.
Amphitheatre of El Jem
4.6/5
14 Reviews
Historical Site
SYaqooba lovely place to visit in Tunisia and to explore the lovely adventures to begin with.

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Amphitheatre of El Jem
Amphitheatre of El JemTunis,Tunisia

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The National Bardo Museum
The National Bardo MuseumTunis,Tunisia

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Victoria Square
Victoria SquareTunis,Tunisia

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Clock Tower
Clock TowerTunis,Tunisia

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Ave De France
Ave De FranceTunis,Tunisia

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Acropolium
AcropoliumCarthage,Tunisia

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