Minotel La Princesse

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Avenue Tahar Sfar 18 El Manar 2, El Manar 2, Tunis, 2092, Tunisia
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sousse to marrakesh

by cjohndaniel

we are in Tunisia from 6th to 17th january
whats the feasability of a train trip and stopover in marrakesh
cost, times etc
where can i enquire and book???
help please
john

Re: sousse to marrakesh

by puerto_lover

Certainly a long way from Tunis to Marrakesh. You would need to fly. As a matter of interest this is what my friend "The Man in Seat 61" says:

Although the French colonial government built a railway from Tunis through Algeria to Morocco, it no longer operates across the borders, only within each country. Algeria is generally unsafe for western visitors and non-essential travel to Algeria is not advisable - see www.fco.gov.uk for travel advice. The border between Algeria & Morocco is currently closed, so it's not possible to travel overland between Tunisia and Morocco.

Re: sousse to marrakesh

by pfsmalo

Nige,

I'm not sure our friend is very up on geography.

Re: sousse to marrakesh

by Kevin-UK

As the crow flies, Sousse to Marrakesh is around 1120 miles. Sousse is in Tunisia, Marrakesh in Morocco, and Algeria is in between.
Given that you only have 11 days I would suggest that you stay in the one country and discover a little more of Tunisia.

Travel Tips for Tunis

Shop at the Medina. The medina...

by Aragina

Shop at the Medina. The medina of Sousse is fairly good for shopping. There is little that you will find here, that isn't available in other major tourist destinations elsewhere in Tunisia. In the huge 4 storey shopping mall right outside the medina, they even have items imported from all over northern Africa, and also some items from Africa south of the Sahara.

Bardo Museum

by croisbeauty

This is the greatest and the most important mosaic in the museum. Unfortunately, I can't tell you nothing about it. When we entered in the room, it was overcrowded, especially around the mosaic. Since it was almost impossible to hear the story about it, I was taking picture of the statues.

Visit Carthage

by chrissyalex

Visit Carthage and see the Roman Ruins. Carthage was the Capital of Roman Africa and the empire's second city after Rome . Some important places to see here are the Antonine Baths,Byrsa Hill, and the RomanVillas. To get there take the TGM train from Tunis and get off at the Carthage- Hannibal station.

Touristy Touristy Touristy

by OnTheRoadGoombah about Mamma's

What can I say about Mammas? Well, first of all, it broke all my normal rules for dining in Tunisia. It was in a touristy district and it catered to tourists. It offered fixed priced meals. It had a hawker on the street trying to draw patrons in. Could it get any worse? Well, luckily for us, no. It was a fair restaurant and the prices were fair as well. Nothing spectacular, but it wasn’t trying to be spectacular. It is what it is…a restaurant for Europeans and Americans that are looking for “comfort food.” It is not a place for the adventurous diner. I would hope that VT members are more sophisticated than that…live a little…go outside your comfort zone. The only meal I was disappointed in all week was when we “played it safe” at Mammas. Sorry, Mamma!

The Bardo Museum II

by MikeAtSea

The museum hosts the largest collection of mosaics in the world. The museum is a good comparison to the many Roman sights that one can visit all over Tunisia. Here one can see an incredible document of Roman obsession, liestyle and beliefs with hundreds of mosaics that are displayed in a number of rooms of the palace.

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