Around the end of September we vistited Tunisia which also happened be to Ramadan. This doesn't cause too many difficulties, but an understanding of their customs help. The only difficulty some may come across will be the restaurants that do not open before sundown. Not really a problem for us as we generally go out later anyway.
Walk through Medina
These are examples of typical houses and streets in Tunisia. Streets are small and narrow, often with houses without windows on the street side because their religion beliefs. Houses often have inside garden and the rooms look on that side of the house.
"Hanibal ante portas"
Hammamet is probably the best known touristic sight of Tunisia, but it didn't impressed me at all. Jasmine Hammamet is completely new-bild city with plenty of shops and huge amusement park where this monumental elephants, a part of Hanibal's army, stands right in fromt of the main entrance.
"The fortress of Hammamet"
The small fortress of Hammamet is situated on the sea-shore, offering magnificent view to the old core of the town and huge bay in front of it. This is where the Medina (souk) of Hammamet is situated, which is crowded all day and night long.
The doors of Hammamet, as well as in the rest of Tunisia, are very pitoresque and unusual. You wont find two doors with identical decorations, but most of it are coloured in light blu color of the sky.