If you are staying in some of holiday resort, you probably can find there discosa and night clubs. These are visited by tourist and tunisian guys, usually it is hard to find tunisian girl there. And if it is out of summer season many clubs are closed or half empty.
A Disco near Hammamet (sorry, but can't remember the name)
Huge several storey disco, nice modern music, very trendy, a lot of bars, TV screens, dancers in cages ;)) Just tornado! Is very popular among high standing locals and tourists of course, people come there from the capital, so I think it's worth visiting!
Dress Code: No any special requirements, but try to avoid any sport looking gear.
The bigger hotels in Sousse all have nightclubs, there are also casinos for those interested. You can even find an english pub (very popular) in Sousse. In the area around the medina you can sit down with a beer or a glass of wine at one of the many terraces and just watch people wandering by.
I really did not come across any good nightlife spots while in Tunisia. I am not saying there aren't any, I just didn't see them. Most of the bars I saw while walking were completely filled with males only. I am sure if I stayed in a resort town like Hammamet or Sousse there would be some. It really was ok with me though, because I was getting up very early everyday( one day at 4:00 am!) to see the sights ,so I honestly had no interest in going out anyway.....Although I did enjoy some pretty sunsets there! :-)
Hmmm...well, we were sick the majority of the time. The rest of the time it was a little to dangerous for 5 girls to go out alone. If you're looking for a big nightlife/party scene, this is NOT the place to vacation. Head on over to Morracco or sumthin =)
As we were 2 unescorted females we generally hung out at the hotel club in the evenings. They staged some caberet acts and followed up with a disco until about 2am.
Dress Code: In can get pretty hot whilst dancing but I decided to stay fairly modest and wear long floaty trousers in the evening.
Absolutely the greatest bar I ever been!!
Waiters were so nice and good-looking and they really know how
to dance +drum! ... There was so fantastic athmosphere!
I miss that place, there will never be place like that!! Go there!!
Restaurants around Port El Kantaoui but a short taxi trip into the nearest town (whose name I have forgotten just now) gives you access to lots of pubs and nightclubs. Girls beware - ask you tour guide which ones to go to - stick with tourists or else you'll be inundated with offers of marriage !
Dress Code: Muslim community - don't tempt them ! girls cover hair, arms and legs unless you want to be swamped by the local men.
Well I would not exactly say that Tunisia had the most jumping of nightlife - but you make with what you have. To this end most nights were spent at the hotel bar with new friends having a fun time, nearly wining a quiz (we woz robbed) and buying some very nice and VERY CHEAP drink. Ah those G & T's
going to cafes and night clubs.
Dress Code: girsl yes be careful if you're alone and i'm sure that this is valid anywhere in the world even if i think that tunisia is much safer than most of the others. about clothes, do not believe those idiots talking about covering yourself wherever you go even to clubs. actually, excluding old women , most tunisian grils wear western clothes, and i think that they are generally very elegant. so yes, don't wear too short stuff when going inside towns or villages, but in the beach and clubs, don't even worry about it.
Outside of the tourist compounds (and I do try to stay well outside of them!), there's not really a lot of mainstream nightlife. My idea of a good time was hanging with the guys in a coffee shop and tring to figure out their magic tricks. Having said that, I did hit the disco in Monastir and it was definitely a good time. The yacht club in Monastir is a great place to while away the evening and people-watch.
Dress Code: Casual smart; You must take your pasport with you. If you forget it but have ID card, and security wouldn't like to accept it, just ask for the manager normally they are helpful.
Sousse has some nightlife, where the best clubs and bars are found in tourist complexes and hotels.
These are not terribly much cheaper than Europe.
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