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En esta excursión por Kairuán, Túnez, que fue declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO, descubrirás monumentos fascinantes como la Gran Mezquita de Kairuán, la Mezquita del Barbero, los Estanques Aglabíes y la Medina de Kairuán, y además tendrás la oportunidad de experimentar la exótica cultura y el sabor locales.

Nuestra excursión te presentará la histórica ciudad de Kairuán y sus increíbles monumentos, y te acercará como ninguna a la cultura y la tradición musulmana. Fundada en el año 670, Kairuán goza de un riquísimo patrimonio arquitectónico. Entre los muros de su bulliciosa medina te encontrarás con uno de los edificios islámicos más exquisitos del norte de África, la monumental Gran Mezquita. Este edificio sagrado es una de las mezquitas más importantes de todo Túnez, además de ser una obra maestra de la arquitectura y el arte islámicos.

También visitaremos la Mezquita del Barbero (también conocida como Zaouia de Sidi Sahbi), un complejo en el que se encuentra el mausoleo donde descansan los restos de uno de los compañeros del profeta Mohammed, Abu Zama el-Belaoui. Según la leyenda, su nombre se debe a que siempre llevaba consigo tres pelos de la barba del profeta. Durante tu visita a la medina, te guiaremos por un laberinto de antiguos callejones interconectados, famosos por su estilo arquitectónico único.

Fuera de las murallas de la ciudad, esta magnífica excursión nos llevará hasta los Estanques Aglabíes. Construidos en el siglo IX, estos enormes depósitos de agua abastecían a toda la población de agua fresca potable y sus impresionantes instalaciones hidráulicas han sobrevivido hasta nuestros días.

Después dispondrás de tiempo libre para ir de compras... y quizá regalarte una de esas exclusivas alfombras tejidas a mano como recuerdo de tu viaje a Kairuán, o bien descansar en un café y disfrutar de los famosos dulces de miel y tés dulces locales.

El Imperio romano cobrará vida en esta excursión de día completo cargada de acción que nos llevará hasta la histórica ciudad de Cartago. En su origen fue un asentamiento púnico o cartaginés, conquistado más tarde por los romanos en el año 146 a.C., como parte de su objetivo de someter el mundo entero bajo su control, de modo que su influencia todavía puede percibirse en nuestros días.

Nuestro fascinante viaje atrás en el tiempo comienza con una visita a las termas romanas. Contempla las maravillosas vistas al Mar Mediterráneo de las que disfrutaban los emperadores mientras tomaban un relajante baño. Las villas romanas, otra parada en nuestro itinerario, te permite visualizar el estilo de vida de los habitantes de una comunidad típica cartaginesa. Incluso tendrás la oportunidad de visitar una vivienda tradicional cartaginesa donde en otra época vivió una de las familias. Los romanos adoraban sus actividades de ocio, y aunque los gladiadores hace mucho que dejaron sus armas, el anfiteatro de Cartago ha sobrevivido a través de los siglos para deleitar a los asistentes a obras de teatro y conciertos musicales. En la actualidad se siguen celebrando conciertos y representaciones teatrales en este magnífico escenario.

Tras despedirnos de los romanos, nuestra excursión nos detendrá en el pueblecito acogedor de Sidi Bou Said. Encaramado a un acantilado frente al Mediterráneo, este pueblo de casitas encaladas te hará pensar que estás en Grecia en vez de en Túnez. El espectacular emplazamiento de Sidi Bou Said ha sido un imán para artistas y escritores durante muchos años, no tendrás que preguntar por qué una vez que estés paseando por sus calles. Macetas con flores de colores, y exuberante decoración vegetal contrasta con el blanco de los edificios y el azul omnipresente del mar en la distancia.

No dejes pasar la oportunidad de visitar el zoco, el mercado local donde encontrarás montones de souvenirs además de exquisiteces de la gastronomía tunecina antes del viaje de vuelta a tu hotel.

El sur de Túnez y el desierto del Sahara será para que usted pueda descubrirlos en dos días únicos. Prepárese para El Djem, el anfiteatro mejor preservado de la tierra. Visite lo mejor del sur mientras descubre paisajes lunares y la cueva troglodita de los moradores de Matmata, desde las desiertas montañas a los frescos oasis el Sahara lo tiene todo.

¡Todos a bordo para un gran día combinando el sol, el mar y mucha diversión! Admirará algunos de los paisajes costeros más espectaculares de Túnez.

Visite las 3 ciudades más llamativas de Túnez en un día. Visite el anfiteatro romano mejor preservado del norte de África en El Jem. El monumento religioso más antiguo del Islam La Gran Mezquita en Kairouan y el Monastir con el mausoleo del legendario presidente Habib Bourguiba.

If you're into movies or just want to see hidden Tunisia, this two-day trip is spot on. It begins at El Djem, the gigantic Roman amphitheatre that was digitally remastered for the film ‘Gladiator'. Explore this awe-inspiring monument and its underground tunnel, where slaves and animals were held before fighting in the arena. Next is Matmata, whose rock-hewn caves starred in the first Star Wars film. After lunch, peer inside one of these dugout homes before travelling to Douz, on the fringes of the Sahara desert, for your hotel stay. Before dinner, take an optional camel or caleche ride over the sands - it's an unforgettable experience. Leaving early the next morning, you'll cross Chott El Djerid - a colossal salt lake known for its shimmering mirages and colours. Then jump into a 4x4 landcruiser to Onk Jemal, where you'll find the film-set city built for ‘Star Wars: The Phantom Menace'. After exploring its surreal buildings, you'll continue to Chebika. Nestled at the foot of the Atlas Mountains, this palm-swathed oasis town featured in many scenes in ‘The English Patient'.

You’ll get to play Lawrence of Arabia on this tour, as you soak up Tunisia’s scenery using the nation’s most traditional form of transport. It starts with a coach ride to a camel station in Kantaoui. When you arrive, you’ll meet the friendly creatures before climbing onto the back of one.

There’ll be a stop at a café next, where you can have a drink and watch traditional Tabouna bread being baked. Once you’ve had a rest, you’ll make the journey back to the camel station, ready to board the coach.

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We'll take you through 3,000 years of Tunisian history tonight. Your venue for the evening will be the Medinat Alzahra Parc, a 12-acre museum of living history. The first thing you'll see will be a traditional Bedouin camp scene, where we'll ease you in to the entertainment with a short belly dancing show. Then, when you're ready, we'll take you to the basement of the Medinat for a banquet dinner. The food on offer will be traditionally Tunisian, so expect the likes of couscous and tagines, all washed down with cups of mint tea. The most exciting part of the night will take place after dinner, when you'll be led to a lakeside amphitheatre for a lights and lazers show. Every flash and bang in this display has been designed to represent an event in Tunisia's history. But don't be misled by the name, it's not just the violet strobes and golden spotlights that tell the story of the past. You'll watch stunt men, fighters and dancers all work together to re-enact the timeline.

You'll visit an ancient city on this one, so get ready to step back in time to the age of the Gladiator. It begins with a coach ride to El Jem, which boasts some of the most impressive Roman ruins in Africa. This place even has a Colosseum to rival Rome's :it once seated around 35,000 spectators, only 10,000 less than its Italian relative. It's so impressive, in fact, Ridley Scott filmed some of the scenes for the Gladiator movie here. You'll have lots of time to look around :climb the stone steps for panoramic views of the Tunisian countryside, then head down to the dungeons and picture the slaves preparing for battle. After you've had time to explore, you'll move on to the nearby El Jem Museum to get an insight into the games and battles that went on here.

A time-warp tour of rural Tunisia is what this trip is all about. Your cab for the day is a 4x4, which will start the tour by heading up into the Atlas Mountains. You’ll pit-stop at some traditional Berber villages, where homes are carved into rock, and livings are made by farming and rug weaving. The Zaghouan Water Temple is up next. Built in the second century by Roman Emperor Hadrian, it was part of an aqueduct used to carry water over 130 kilometres away. Lunch will be served at a nearby farm, before the tour continues on towards the ancient Roman town of Uthina. Here, you’ll come across well-preserved ruins, including the massive amphitheatre that originally held an impressive 16,000 spectators.

On this trip, you’ll hop into the back of an off-road vehicle for a tour into the heart of the Atlas Mountains. First, you’ll visit the Berber village of Takrouna. This ancient settlement is perched high up on a rock that pokes into the sky, 200 metres above sea level. There’s another slow-paced, cliffside village nearby called Zriba El Alia, which is your next stopping point. The locals here live an old-fashioned lifestyle, far from the hustle and bustle of the modern cities. The town of Zaghouan is up next. You’ll get to see the remains of a Roman temple, which was once the source of an aqueduct that carried water over 100 kilometres away. You’ll also stop by a rustic countryside cottage, where you’ll be served up an authentic Tunisian lunch.

You’ll get to know the real history of Tunisia on this two-day walking tour. The first stop is the ancient Roman city of Utica. Established in the 10th century BC, it’s one of the oldest in Northern Africa. The town’s main feature is the House of Cascades. This once belonged to a wealthy Roman citizen and each room is meticulously decorated with intricate, colourful mosaics. In the afternoon the coach will head to Carthage, just outside the vibrant capital of Tunis. This site was home to a warrior and strategic genius called Hannibal. You’ll be able to explore the ruins of an amphitheatre and villas, plus the Antoine Baths, which are considered the best-preserved monument here. You’ll also visit Sidi Bou Saïd, a cliff-top town with fantastic views over the Mediterranean sea. If you have time, drop in to Café des Nattes to try a traditional mint tea with pine kernels. On day two your coach will take you to the UNESCO World Heritage Site and legen

Today, you’ll tick off a couple of Tunisia’s most flocked-to places. The historical city of Sousse is up first. You’ll have a couple of hours to wander around the cobbled streets of the city’s UNESCO-recognised medina. Landmarks like the Great Mosque and Sousse Ribat, or fortress, are located here. And, there’s a string of souks, where you can barter with artisans and tradesmen. The second stopping point of the day is Port El Kantaoui. Far from the ancient kasbah in Sousse, this is a purpose-built tourist hub with a yacht-lined marina and a championship golf course. Put your free time to good use by relaxing in a harbour-front café, or pop into a restaurant in front of the main square’s fountain for something to eat.

This trip takes you to Friguia Animal Park – and you can look forward to some close encounters with them. Set over 36 hectares, the park is home to 62 different species of animals from all over the world. One minute you’ll be looking at lions lazing about in the sun, and the next you’ll be watching wallabies hopping about. There’s nothing zoo-like about this place, either. The park was set up to preserve endangered species, so the animals are kept in environments that are as similar to their natural habitats as possible. You’ll also be able to learn about each creature as you spot them, thanks to the park’s information points. One of the highlights of a day here are the dolphin displays. Taking place in a specially-built dolphinarium, these shows see the bottle-nosed mammals performing tricks and stunts.

Leave dry land behind for the day on this pirate-filled cruise. First up, you’ll board a replica galleon in Sousse’s modern harbour. With the Jolly Roger raised, you’ll set sail out to sea for the morning. You can soak up the sun on deck, while a costumed crew keep the kids entertained. Once the anchor’s been dropped, you’ll have time to swim or snorkel in the clear waters. And after you’ve dried off, you’ll be treated to a tasty lunch of fish, grilled chicken and salad – all washed down with some free-flowing soft drinks. There’ll be more time to catch some rays before sailing back to Sousse in the afternoon.

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