Sidi Bou Said
In close proximity to Sidi Bou Said are the magnificent, preserved ruins of Carthage. Site of Punic War battles, the ruins of Carthage are a testament to part the Romans played in the history of this North African country. Carthage is also noted as the birth place of Hannibal.So great was the importance of this Phoenician-founded city of Carthage...more
Very nice people run the hotel Nice, picturesque town Near Carthage archeological sites Internet...more
Our ship docked in La Goulette, a medium-sized town on the Bay of Tunis and an important fishing port. Althougth the name seems to be French, one source says that the name is actually derived from the Arabic, "Halk El Oued" meaning "river mouth."La Goulette appeared to be a somewhat prosperous place due probably to its strategic sea location, the...more
When travelling in these extremely hot equatorial or desert climates ALWAYS make sure that you are carrying enough fresh bottled drinking water to get you through the day..Visiting archaelogical sites such as this I find there is usually very little shade and walking for long periods is neccesary.You may be surprised at how much water you will...more
Rue Mendes France, Carthage, 2016, Tunisia
Good for: Couples
Tophet is the name given to places of child sacrifice in the Middle East. Here in Carthage it is the area in which many archaeologists believe child sacrifices took place. These sacrifices may not have been as common as the number of gravestones in the area lead you to believe, however. Many families scarificed small animals like goats in place of...more
Every ten minutes or so, trains leave from Tunis central Station (Place de Barcelone) for its southern suburbs, running through Rades, Ez-Zahra, Hammam Lif and on to Borj Cedria. All of these have beaches of sorts, but Hammam Lif seems to be the best one to visit. Tickets cost 0.580TD each way, and can be bought from the Banlieue Ticket stand to the left as you enter the central station.
It offers typical Tunisian food like CousCous, fried rice and tomato soup etc.
It is fish & strawberry season of Tunisia in May. So the restaurant also offers fresh strawberry juice and fish cuisine at that time.
Favorite Dish: tomato soup, fried rice, fish, Couscous, strawberry juice
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