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Step back through the millennia at the ancient ruins of Carthage. Founded by the Phoenicians in 814 BC, this once mighty city was home to Hannibal. But its real heyday came under the Romans, when it was the jewel in the crown of their Empire. And its crumbled monuments will leave you wide-eyed. See the immense Antonine Roman Baths perched above the Med, the amphitheatre and haunting sacrificial site of Tophet, as well as numerous other relics. Then it's on to Sidi Bou Said, a beautiful clifftop village. All radiant whites houses, blue shutters and cobbled streets, this picturebook place commands heart-stopping views over Tunis bay. After lunch, you'll visit Tunis' famous Bardo Museum. Here, your guide will take you around its world-leading collection of Roman mosaics - astonishing artworks dug up from Roman villas found in the region. Afterwards, there's free time to admire the museum's other displays before heading back to your resort.

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

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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.

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Discover Matmata and its famous troglodyte’s houses carved into the rock and hidden in the earth, nothing or almost suggest the existence with the exception of the craters of patios, open in the ground. Second step of this tour is the village Tataouine where the famous Bat Af ' were sent in punishment to break stones. Then visit Chenini, a Berber troglodyte village located 18 kilometers from Tataouine. Augustine believes that Kenini, which originates from Kanaan, is the origin of the word Chenini

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This half-day tour shines the spotlight on one of Djerba’s newest attractions, Djerba Explorer Park. Designed to be a replica desert village, it’s packed with attractions, shops and showpieces. Pick up traditional Tunisian pots and rugs along the pretty main street. Nose around the museum, admiring its impressive collections of Islamic art, which include glittering Berber robes and scraps of ancient calligraphy. And tour the ‘menzel’, an interesting recreation of rural Tunisian life, with whitewashed ‘houch’ houses, pottery workshops and an olive oil mill. The highlight, though, is the crocodile farm. This cluster of palmringed lagoons is home to 400 crocodiles, some of which are up to three metres long. Watch them dozing on the banks and peering from the water, and coo over the beady-eyed baby crocs in the nursery. If you’re here at feeding time, there’s another treat – watching the ferocious adult reptiles fight over hunks of uncooked meat.

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This day out takes you to a few of Tunisia’s most popular spots. Monastir is your first stop, where you’ll have some time to yourself. Feel the buzz of the medina, snap photos of the Ribat, or admire the ninth-century Great Mosque. Later, you’ll break for lunch in the historic city of Sousse, before enjoying some more free time. The highlight here is a 1,200-year-old medina – it’s protected by UNESCO, and is home to a Medieval kasbah, or fortress. Finally, you’ll visit Port El Kantaoui, which showcases Tunisia’s modern side. There’ll be time to explore this custom-built resort, where traditional buildings and cobbled streets are juxtaposed against a smart marina, a PGA-standard golf course, and a huge sandy beach.

Day 1: Departure from the hotels to Bizerte, arrival, visits of its old port and free time in the Medina.Then we went to Tabarka. Arrival at the Hotel Itropica 4* and Lunch. In the afternoon, we visit The Marina, the Genoese fortress and the (AIGUILLES). After the visit, return to the hotel dinner and accommodation.

Day 2: After breakfast, departure to Ain Draham, famous for its houses with tiled red roofs, with dense forest of cork oaks, and in the game such as wild boar hunting, free time. Then we continue towards Teboursouk. After lunch, arrival in Dougga, the best preserved Roman city in Tunisia, visit ancient Thugga (The Baths, the Capitol and the Forum). Finished the tour return to the hotels through Testour, Andalusian Arab people.

Step back through the millennia at the ancient ruins of Carthage. Founded by the Phoenicians in 814 BC, this once mighty city was home to Hannibal. But its real heyday came under the Romans, when it was the jewel in the crown of their Empire. And its crumbled monuments will leave you wide-eyed. See the immense Antonine Roman Baths perched above the Med, the amphitheatre and haunting sacrificial site of Tophet, as well as numerous other relics.

Then it’s on to Sidi Bou Said, a beautiful clifftop village. All radiant whites houses, blue shutters and cobbled streets, this picture book place commands heart-stopping views over Tunis bay. After lunch, you’ll visit the Medina of Tunis: Under the Almohads and the Hafsids, from the 12th to the 16th century, Tunis was considered one of the greatest and wealthiest cities in the Islamic world. Some 700 monuments, including palaces, mosques, mausoleums, madrasas and fountains, testify to this remarkable past.

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.

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Departure from Sousse/ Port of Kantaoui o Hammamet to Nabeul. Famous for its pottery, Nabeul perpetuating a millennium crafts, probably inherited from the Punic era. Its large factories producing traditional pottery, raw or glazed earthenware, ceramics with geometric or floral patterns. Visit potteries workshops. Then we continue to Dar Châabane to visit stone sculptors, continue to the port of Kelibia free time .

Departure for Kerkuane, Punic site visit and we continue to El Haouaria. Visit of his famous cave and Lunch, After that we continue to Korbous, picturesque spa town, the source of hot water which flows into the sea provides an attraction that entertains all overnight guests in this wild and steep area.Visit of the Roman quarries. And Back to the Hotel.

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