Nour Justinia

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Blvd Hedi Chaker, Sousse, 4000, Tunisia
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Impressions of Sousse

by Andrew_W_K

I've booked a holiday in late December in Sousse staying at the Tour Khalef hotel. Has anyone stayed there or been to Sousse and what were your impressions? Also where else did you go? I'm planning on seeing El Djem and Kairoun. Am I missing somewhere close by?

Re: Impressions of Sousse

by hawkhead

You should try and go to Mahdia and especially in December it will be quiet and with only the locals. It's an easy train ride from Sousse. We visited Sousse for the day in March - it's okay if you like touristy places. Also Monastir, which I thought was horrible! It all depends on what you look for in a holiday and what your interests are. Definitely go and visit El Djem - take a louage there; cheap and clean and safe. When in El Djem do not miss the museum, which has the most wonderful mosaics. It's not next to the amphitheatre but a short walk away. When we visited the amphitheatre we arrived early and for about an hour we had the place to ourselves, and even when we left there was only another couple there. It is far far better to visit than the one in Rome - you can go all over and up and down and gives you a real feeling of what the place must have been like when it was up and running.

Re: Impressions of Sousse

by DAO

Sousse is a bit boring. Definately take some excursions.

In the souk in Sousse find the fixed priced shop. Will save you money, time and HASSLE.

Re: Impressions of Sousse

by maykal

I would recommend heading either to Tunis or Sfax and exploring the old cities there. You can reach both cities by train from Sousse, and the journey time is a couple of hours. Louages (shared taxis) are a bit mroe expensive but just wait for them to fill up, and Sousse-Tunis and Sousse-Sfax are busy routes.

Tunis has a lot to see...the Zeitouna mosque, the miles of souqs (some very touristy, most not), the faubourgs (old suburbs) of Halfaouine and montfleury...the old city is great for just exploring and getting lost. Then there's Avenue Bourguiba with all the colonial buildings, cafes and shops. You could also take the suburban train out to Carthage or Sidi Bou Said if you have time.

I prefer Sfax though...very few tourists go there, as the guidebooks write it off as an industrial mess, but the old city is great...similar to Tunis medina, just the alleyways are narrower, the souqs more crowded, and there is no hassle from touts or guides at all. El Djem isn't that far away, so if you are really energetic and an early riser, you could combine the two in a day.

Travel Tips for Sousse

Fill in a form in the airplane....

by karin_kamphuis

I didn't heard of it before...but we had to fill in some forms in the airplane. We had to fill down were we were heading, what for, how long, etc.

When we arrived at the tunis airport, we had to wait and give that form to the people at the airport. They gave us a small ticket for the return-flight! We just arrived at the airport and we had to go through the scan. We gave our ballpoint to the staff member and went through.

We didn't get our ballpoint back, so we asked.
But he did odd and didn't want to give our ballpoint back.....

Maybe ballpoints are expensive in Tunis????


by sandysmith

There are numerous mosques in the medina but many locals want to show you the oldest one (at a price) Mosque Abd el kader. Entry is not permitted at prayer times of on Fridays and even if you find it open the actual prayer hall is off limits to non-muslims. Even so iIts worth a peep inside the courtyard for its intricate architecture and lovely ble doors.


by whitecliff62

This is a lovely photo of the bloke who owned the camels, what a great laugh he was, and he tried to sell me one of his camels, but i think trying to get a camel through customs would be a bit silly hahahaha.


by Stretts

Hergla is a small village about 10km north of Port El Kantaoui - cost 8 DTs in a taxi. This is about the most real Tunisia we found in this tourist area. It has a picturesque working harbour and quaint back streets and alleyways. The people were friendly without the hassle that we found elsewhere in the region. The village is well known for the its weaving of baskets, mats etc from esparto grass. About 500 meters south of the village centre and close to the sea, are the remains of a roman villa of which a quarter have been excavated - a local 'enthusiast' gave us a guided tour even though the site should have closed at midday.

Around Sousse by Tuk-Tuk

by Childish

Tuk-Tuks are opened vans with 9 seats for passenger travelling the 9km distance from Sousse to Port El Kantaoui and back for 2 TD oneway. It leaves once it is full and this makes it the cheapest way to get to Sousse or Port El Kantaoui, resp, if you are alone. If not, consider taking taxi.
It drives you to your hotel if is on the way Sousse - Port El Kantaoui.


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Address: Blvd Hedi Chaker, Sousse, 4000, Tunisia