Tickets en Tunez - Carthage Coast

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The tour star with a visit of Utica archeological site . First capital of the Phoenician presence in North Africa, Utica remained independent even after the founding of Carthage in 814 BC. Only after AD 480 BC, when the defeat of the Carthaginians at Himera in Sicily, Carthage, under its new policy of colonization of the hinterland, will submit Utica. Despite this dependence, Utica retained some autonomy.

Crammed full of culture, your next stop is Bizerte. Traditional and laid back, it’s guarded by two forts and is one of the country’s oldest cities, dating back to around 1000 BC. It’s then on to Lake Ichkeul. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this unique national park is beautifully peaceful.

desde 31,25 €

First step of this tour is Oudhna ; Located thirty miles south of Tunis, the ancient city of Uthina is now the domain of agricultural Oudhna. Installed on a slight hill, it overlooks an agricultural plain that stretches between the Jabel Ressas, Jebel Bou Kornine, and Wadi Meliane.

An inscription discovered in the forum of Dougga, tells us that this city was ''splendid'' The city seems to have reached its golden age in the II and IIIes Rev. J. C, and the development of its planning must lie about that time. At the end of antiquity the city collapsed and became a very small village.

The ruins occupy a surface nearly three miles in circumference, covering a hilly plateau; there are the remains of a fortress, cisterns, an aqueduct, triumphal arch, theatre, amphitheatre, basilica with a circular crypt, bridge, etc. Many mosaics are to be found there.

Then continuation to Zaghouan knowen by It’s Temple of Water ; The Romans once called the town “Ziqua” given its link to Djebel Zaghouan, from which several natural water sources originate. The water sources have been used since Roman times as a reservoir for the city of Carthage.

Zaghouan thrived in Roman times through what is now known as the Temple of Water, which was built during the time of King Hadrian who ruled over the country from 117 until 138 A.D. Water sources still spring from below the temple. Roman aqueducts supplied water to Carthage over a distance of 90 kilometers from the temple.

desde 45 €

The tour starts with a visit of the Medina of Tunis. We suggest a guided visit through the winding streets of Tunis' old town, an opportunity to see the rich cultural heritage of old walled city and to discover the exquisite craftsmanship of Tunisia's artisans.

'Souk' is the Arabic name for market; 'medina' is the Arabic name for town. In Tunis today, the souk is also called medina. And there is a good reason: most of what once was Tunis is today like one enormous shopping centre and handicrafts factory.

Continuation to the Moorish village of Sidi Bou Said with its immaculate white and blue houses. The village has managed to preserve its charm and its peacefulness.The most adventurous will have the opportunity to try the famous chicha (Waterpipe) Free time in Sidi Bou Saïd to sip a mint tea at Café Sidi Chabaane or stroll along the narrow streets to see the magnificent view from the cliff.

desde 27,5 €

Departure to the Bardo Museum and its superb Roman mosaics, one of the most important collections in the world.The Bardo museum is situated in the old palace of the bey, in what was the countryside before, and offers both itself and the exhibits to be admired. The tour around the museum is a tour through Tunisian history, though dominated by Punic, Roman and Christian periods.

Visit of the Medina of Tunis. We suggest a guided visit through the winding streets of Tunis' old town, an opportunity to see the rich cultural heritage of old walled city and to discover the exquisite craftsmanship of Tunisia's artisans.

'Souk' is the Arabic name for market; 'medina' is the Arabic name for town. In Tunis today, the souk is also called medina. And there is a good reason: most of what once was Tunis is today like one enormous shopping centre and handicrafts factory.

desde 33,75 €

The tour starts with a visit of the Medina of Tunis. We suggest a guided visit through the winding streets of Tunis' old town, an opportunity to see the rich cultural heritage of old walled city and to discover the exquisite craftsmanship of Tunisia's artisans.

'Souk' is the Arabic name for market; 'medina' is the Arabic name for town. In Tunis today, the souk is also called medina. And there is a good reason: most of what once was Tunis is today like one enormous shopping centre and handicrafts factory.

Continuation to Carthage and remainders of the splendours of Tunisia's past. There will be visits to the gigantic Punic Ports, the Antonin Baths, the Tophet as well as the Theatre.

Declared a national monument the town of Carthage and nearby Salammbo abound in vestiges of the Punic and Roman empires, baths, dwellings, temples, shrines and the fabulous naval port of the Carthaginians.

For a thousand years, Phoenicians were masters of the Mediterranean and over 200 war ships and innumerable merchant vessels were sheltered in the nearby port of Salammbo. At its center the Admirals Island still exists and archeologists are reconstituting the pavilion with its shrine and docks. Next to the ports the ancient sanctuary of the goddess Tanit (Tophet) a quiet, shady square of hundreds of funeral steles.

desde 33,75 €

Departure to Carthage and remainders of the splendours of Tunisia's past. There will be visits to the gigantic Punic Ports, the Antonin Baths, the Tophet as well as the Theatre.Declared a national monument the town of Carthage and nearby Salammbo abound in vestiges of the Punic and Roman empires, baths, dwellings, temples, shrines and the fabulous naval port of the Carthaginians.

For a thousand years, Phoenicians were masters of the Mediterranean and over 200 war ships and innumerable merchant vessels were sheltered in the nearby port of Salammbo. At its center the Admirals Island still exists and archeologists are reconstituting the pavilion with its shrine and docks. Next to the ports the ancient sanctuary of the goddess Tanit (Tophet) a quiet, shady square of hundreds of funeral steles.

Continuation to the Moorish village of Sidi Bou Said with its immaculate white and blue houses. The village has managed to preserve its charm and its peacefulness.The most adventurous will have the opportunity to try the famous chicha (Waterpipe) Free time in Sidi Bou Saïd to sip a mint tea at Café Sidi Chabaane or stroll along the narrow streets to see the magnificent view from the cliff.

desde 33,75 €

Departure to the Bardo Museum and its superb Roman mosaics, one of the most important collections in the world.The Bardo museum is situated in the old palace of the bey, in what was the countryside before, and offers both itself and and the exhibits to be admired. The tour around the museum is a tour through Tunisian history, though dominated by Punic, Roman and Christian periods.

Continuation to Carthage and remainders of the splendours of Tunisia's past. There will be visits to the gigantic Punic Ports, the Antonin Baths, the Tophet as well as the Theatre. Declared a national monument the town of Carthage and nearby Salammbo abound in vestiges of the Punic and Roman empires, baths, dwellings, temples, shrines and the fabulous naval port of the Carthaginians.

For a thousand years, Phoenicians were masters of the Mediterranean and over 200 war ships and innumerable merchant vessels were sheltered in the nearby port of Salammbo. At its center the Admirals Island still exists and archeologists are reconstituting the pavilion with its shrine and docks. Next to the ports the ancient sanctuary of the goddess Tanit (Tophet) a quiet, shady square of hundreds of funeral steles

desde 38,75 €

Departure to Nabeul: Visit one of the largest markets inTunisia for locally made gifts, Occasion to buy some presents & some souvenirs.Visit of a pottery & ceramic shop and archaeological museum: mosaics of Neapolis, amphorae and setting up of a fish shop…

Way to Hammamet: Kilometres of beaches stretch all along Hammamet cost, a region, which is marked by Muslim history, a corner which is favourable for sports and rest. Visit of the Spanish fort and free time

desde 27,5 €

Conoce dos de los lugares que no deberías perderte en tu vacaciones en Túnez: el Museo Nacional del Bardo y Sidi Bou Said.

DESTACAMOS:

* Admira una de las mejores y mayores colecciones de mosaicos romanos
* Repasa la historia de Túnez a través del arte
* Recorre las pintorescas calles de Sidi Bou Said

Visita uno de los museos más grandes del Mediterráneo, el Museo Nacional del Bardo, y descubre una de las colecciones de mosaicos romanos más sobrecogedoras del mundo. Con treinta y cuatro salas repartidas en tres plantas, el museo es un reflejo del cruce de culturas en Túnez durante varios milenios y acoge también varias obras griegas, una colección de cerámica procedente del norte de África y Anatolia, además de colecciones de arte cristiano e islámico.

Pasea por las diferentes dependencias y siéntete apabullado ante la cantidad y belleza de las obras, que abarcan desde la prehistoria hasta la civilización romana, pasando por la cristiana, árabe, púnica o fenicia. Entre sus joyas, destaca ‘El triunfo de Neptuno’, el mayor mosaico vertical existente, con 13 metros de altura.

A continuación dirígete a Sidi Bou Said, una espectacular ventana al Mediterráneo que te enamorará con sus inmaculadas casas blancas de persianas azules. En este pueblo costero, que ha sabido conservar su tranquilidad y encanto, tendrás tiempo libre para pasear por sus estrechas callejuelas, disfrutar de excelentes vistas desde los acantilados, saborear un té de menta o probar la famosa “shisha”.

desde 38,75 €

Explora los lugares que mejor representan la parte sagrada, histórica y moderna de Túnez con un tour guiado de un día. Comienza el recorrido en la ciudad santa de Kairuán, considerada por muchos musulmanes la cuarta ciudad más santa del islam, después de La Meca, Medina y Jerusalén.

Explora los lugares que mejor representan la parte sagrada, histórica y moderna de Túnez con un tour guiado de un día.

DESTACAMOS:

* Visita una de las joyas del patrimonio tunecino: Kairuán
* Explora la Gran Mezquita, una parada obligada
* Siéntete como un auténtico gladiador en el magnífico anfiteatro de El Djem

Comienza el recorrido en la ciudad santa de Kairuán, considerada por muchos musulmanes la cuarta ciudad más santa del islam, después de La Meca, Medina y Jerusalén. Atraviesa las enormes puertas de cedro de su Gran Mezquita del s.IX, maravíllate con los intrincados mosaicos del Mausoleo de Sidi Sahbi y explora la animada medina, donde estarás tentado a comprar los famosos 'makrough', unos exquisitos pastelitos rellenos.

Después del almuerzo, continúa el tour por el anfiteatro de El Djem, el mayor anfiteatro romano de África. En su interior, con capacidad para acoger a más de 30.000 personas, te transportarás a la época de los gladiadores. Siente cómo se eriza la piel al entrar en el túnel subterráneo donde los esclavos y animales esperaban su salida a la arena en el pasado.

Punto de encuentro: Recogida en el hotel.
Hora de inicio : 7:30 horas.
Hora final : 18:00 horas.
Idiomas : Alemán, inglés e italiano.

desde 46,25 €

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