Tunisia Nightlife

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Tunisia Nightlife

  • TUNIS: Latina Caffè

    A must for all the salsa lovers, the Latina Caffè offers you latin music inside a nice decorated and friendly space. On Thursday and Sunday nights and during one hour there are salsa courses directed by Maher, a very reputated salsa teacher in Tunis and of course after the lesson the dance floor is free for everybody! They don’t serve alcohol (a...

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  • Club "Red Iguana"

    Comparing Red Iguana with other clubs in Sousse and Port El Kantaoui I can tell that there is the best music and people can have a great fun till morning! I also heard that in club Metalika is ok but I wasn't there :( I always say-Be yourself, but if you don't want to be too different from others, wear something to impress..

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  • Nightlife? what Nightlife?

    We encountered little to no nightlife in Tunisia. We had been advised that as women travelling alone, it would be best to stay in at night, so we did. This actually worked out better for us because we were then able to wake up early, hop into the VW Polo and head off to our next city. The big resort towns like Sousse most likely had places that...

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  • NIGHTLIFE IN TUNISIA

    Before going to Tunisia as a tourist I read some tips on VT about its nightlife. Most of them sayed that there was no nightlife in Tunisia… Now that I live in Tunisia and like a tunisian I can say that this is completely false!!! Tunisians know very well how to enjoy nights and specially in summer time there are a lot of soirées at the big hotels...

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  • Ramadan nights in Tunis: Medina guided...

    The Medina of Tunis has a lot of hidden treasures and its difficult to discover if you only spend few days in the city. During Ramadan nights (on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) there are very beautiful guided tours. Following the guide you will enter in another world full of arched and narrow alleys, beautiful decorated palaces, unknown mosques...

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  • Summer Nights at La Marsa

    If you don’t like neither the pubs nor the discos but you don’t want to stay at the hotel at night a good choice could be La Marsa. This old seaside resort is very alive during summer nights and lots of local families go there to spend the evening walking along la corniche or taking something to drink in one of its caffès in front of the sea. The...

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  • TUNIS: Medina Festival

    If you are in Tunis during the month of Ramadan dont miss the Medina Festival. Every night during all this month you can enjoy different performances, basically popular performances, that take place inside several rich and beautifully decorated palaces in the medina. Tunis medina is not only the stalls full of touristic gifts: you have no idea of...

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  • Musiqât at Sidi Bou Said

    Le Centre des Musiques Arabes et Méditerranéenes in Palais Ennjema Ezzahra (Sidi Bou Said) proposes you since 2006 and during Ramadan nights a musical festival called Musiqat. It consists on some traditional and neo traditional music concerts of big quality and from different european, mediterranean and arabic countries. Sometimes they surprise you...

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  • Outside of tourist areas

    If you're staying away from the main tourist areas/hotels then there is very little to do at night. You'll probably find yourself going out to eat and then either walking around aimlessly around shops or markets or finding yourself in a dead end bar with the locals smoking like chimney's. Not really my idea of fun so bring a book or something to...

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  • SUMMER FESTIVALS: Carthàge Festival

    This is another way to enjoy your tunisian summer nights (July and August) in Tunis. The open-air performances are in the Carthage Roman Theater and you can find all kind of spectacles: local dances, concerts, theater, cinema… Most of the guests (singers, actors…) are local people but every year there are good international proposals too. I went to...

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  • None existant if you are a Brit!

    Okay, Tunisia, where do I start....If you are over the age of consent...which to be honest is dubious in Tunisia. You are fair game. If you are female and blonde...even more fair game! The nightclubs are very very seedy. Please girls don't go alone and if possible...don't go at all. All this rubbish about being on the beach. It doesn't happen. The...

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  • TunisiaClubbing

    Hi every body, I hope that you will visit Tunisia as soon,Tunisia night life is one of the Best in the World , It's the 3rd best destination n the world during the Summer. all international Djs come to mix there, most of the Nightxlubs are open air, and some of theme are on the Beach, Hotel, food, drink, transport are cheapFor all information about...

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  • TunisiaClubbing

    Hi every body, I hope that you will visit Tunisia as soon,Tunisia night life is one of the Best in the World , It's the 3rd best destination n the world during the Summer. all international Djs come to mix there, most of the Nightxlubs are open air, and some of theme are on the Beach, Hotel, food, drink, transport are cheapFor all information about...

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  • let yourself go and just enjoy and chill

    what can i say were do i start lol the bar is great any tune you seem to ask for they have the music is great, big variety, so no one could say they were bored of the music and music is a memory when you r on holiday so check the bar out go and have a dance, and the shows they have on r great wide selection from drag shows which is great, open your...

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  • finding beer and liquor

    If you are heathen Westerners like me and husband who pine for a cold beer at the end of the day, it can be difficult to find in Tunisia. Particularly during Ramadan! In the larger cities, a sure bet is to go to a four or five-star tourist hotel and they will have a bar. The only beer is "Celtia," but it's a nice, light beer. Some of these resorts...

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  • Terrible Entertainment

    There is a bar called Shakespeirs pub in Hammammet which advertises nightly entertainment. For the sum of 10 Dinar you get to watch probably the worst pub act I have ever seen. It was supposed to be a drag act. Two guys dressed in womens clothes miming to really poor quality recordings .......... I just didnt get the point or the entertainment...

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  • shakespeare resturant cabaret night

    shakespeare resturant is the only british bar in hammamet run by british offering a taste of home with a varied menu and entertainment programme.the friday night cabaret including singers,drag show and a karaoke show with a choice of over 19606 songs was a great evening enjoyed by fellow uk traverlers,many friendships were made coupled with an...

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  • hammamet nightlife

    shakespeares has everything its not just a nightspot where you can dance ,be entertained, and enjoy a meal, it also provides a place during the day to sit and relax and enjoy the tunisian sunshine with friendly owners and other like minded touriststhe owners are dawn and ramsey and they welcome everyone,they also have two more english staff,shirley...

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  • Nightlife in Tunisia

    Most visitors don't come to Tunisia for the nightlife. If you are looking for entertainment in the evening you're best bet is to stick to the big cities such as Tunis and Sousse. There are many more bars, restaurants and even a few nightclubs. The contrast between the villages in the south and the main cities in the north was noticeable. In some of...

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  • YOU CAN VISIT ALL THE HOTELS.

    In the evenings or the daytime you can visit any of the hotels around your resort for a drink,its a nice way of checking them out if you want to return to Tunisia,This hotel was in Hammamet Yasmine and it was like walking into something out of disneyland,it looked like a hotel built inside a cave,it was lovely how they did it.

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  • Disco Galore!

    If you are staying in Hammamet or Yasmine Hammamet you need to visit the Latino. It has a good mix of music and a great atmosphere. It will cost about 5 dinars to get a taxi from Yasmine Hammamet to get there. Vodka and other spirits can be quite expensive but a bottle of beer is only 3 and half dinars. Believe me, you need to go to the Latino!

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  • Nightlife in tunisia

    from the reviews we read before flying out to tunisia we knew this was not a lads holiday 5 lads ready for some serious clubbing but tunisia as a destination seems a bit odd but trust me when i say it was very very good...The places to hit are samara now known as living on a saturday night very busy but a lot of couples bar mericana very good loads...

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  • ~ Nightlife ~

    The nightlife in Port El Kantaoui is very much based around the hotels. Most hotels have bars & restaurants aswell as a Nightclub at the Marhaba Palace where i stayed for the week.Not many people we spoke to went out at night, if they did most people went into Sousse for the evening by taxi as there is much more to offer on nightlife.We did enjoy...

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  • Belly Dancers

    Bring on the Belly Dancers! These ladies were actually very good & got people up & dancing with them.The Arabic translation for belly dancing is raqs sharqi, which actually means dance of the orient. The movements in the dance were actually to prepare women for child birth & to regain their figure after the birth. The belly dance performances we...

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  • What a Charmer!

    This Snake Charmer was a very cheeful chap, another "ok" act. Snake charming has been a popular form of entertainment of centuries, believed to have originated from the Indian subcontinent, now you can see it all over the world. Snakes apparently do not hear music the way we do, but by vibrations.

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  • Stake man!

    Its was another one of the acts, during the evenings entertainment at the hotel.He has this pointed metal steak on his neck & then someone stands on his back. Not really my cup of tea, but it passed the time (~_~)

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  • Folk Dancers

    In the bar of the Hotel Miramar, they had entertainment quite a few nights of my 2 week stay. Ranging from dodgy to being quite entertaining. I am sure most of the hotels in Hammamet but on eveing entertainment some evenings a week. Casual

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  • english type pub

    this place wasnt bad.its actually in a shopping complex on the first floor.its linked with the taj merhaba hotel.you can get a decent enough pint or a cocktail for the ladies & was comfortable enough.

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  • boogie on down

    this was just round the corner from our hotel.it was pretty good.it got hammered friday & saturday was pretty full on sunday but then during the week was dead.not bad though mainly youngish locals about 70/30 split with men the 70%.was open until the early hours.we usually went round midnight. smart dress.

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  • Tugaljive ljubavne pjesme

    Postoje lokali u kojima se okuplja iskljucivo lokalno stanovništvo. U jednom takvom lokalu proveo sam nekoliko noci slušajuci melanholicne pjesme koje je pjevao momak uz pratnju lutnje (lut na tuniskom). Muzika je vrlo neobicna i nadasve zanimljiva. Ta glazba je u Tunisu vrlo cijenjena i omiljena.

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  • Trbušnjak

    Tradicionalna vecernja zabava u Tunisu je gledanje trbušnog plesa. Plesacica je obicno mladjahna osoba zenskoga spola neutvrdjene visine i pozamašne gradje. Uvjet je da ima "balkone" za cistu peticu i bokove otprilike 120, jer kada ta zapleše sve to se trese da je oku milina.Ko voli nek' izvoli.

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  • Latino British

    I haven't had the opportunity to really enjoy myself during a Tunisian evening for a long time and finally we came upon this place on a Saturday night during my last stay. Just so u understand where I am coming from, I don't enjoy closed parameters of a nigtclub anymore and I like to be able to move around. This place was open-aired, had the feel...

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  • Is there anybody out there?

    Tunisians are not, it seems, a very outgoing people. Not in the same way as we Swedes use the word outgoing anyway.(where it means going to the club or pub and dance and drink until you and everyone around you looks incredibly sexy). Tunisia, being an Islamic country, is not very big on alcohol. There are tourist discos open during the main tourist...

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  • ZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz................

    ZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz is a slightly unfair appraisal of Port El Kantaoui high life. I experienced was there was at the start of the season. It is almost entirely based in the hotels around the resort. Because most hotels only offer accommodation on a half or full board basis, holiday makers are more or less a captive audience come tea time. Many...

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  • Casino Caraibe

    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.

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  • Extreme

    The only nightclub in Suisse. Entrance was about $5 per person.What an experience! Almost no women in the club. Place gets busy with locals very quickly! If you are a woman, be ready to dancing surrounded by men only? Your dream might come true! :) However, I did not find experience pleasant becuase all men were trying to start talking to you... It...

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  • Definately not Ibiza the 2nd!

    It's the main square with a huge fountain in the middle that lights up at night surrounded by lots of cafeterias and pizzerias. I'm sure this place will be buzzing in summer, I was there in March so there was not much happening here!! Discos are not very popular here in Tunisia, the most frequented discos would be those found in hotels... most...

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  • Depends on your location in Tunisia

    Well as it is an Arabic country, and a different culture, I wasn't very much into going to clubs (there are some great ones in places like Sousse and Hammamet). In Tunis - there were a lot of places to drink tea at, where most of the population are men. A bit strange but it is a cool experience!Have a tea with almonds - VERY GOOD! (though quite...

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  • Kairouan: chai at café maure

    The turkish cafè at the hotel La kasbah. There's generally not much nightlife in Tunisian towns and cities - so the most you can find is inside tourist hotels. At café maure you can sip delicious mint tea or turkish coffee, eat sweeter than sweet Tunisian pastries, and happily smoke nargileh. And because it's inside a hotel, it's respectable for...

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  • Sousse has some nightlife,...

    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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  • If your idea of nightlife is...

    If your idea of nightlife is nightclubs and discotheques, Tunisia doesn't have a whole lot to offer, except in the more touristy centers like Sousse and Hammamet. However, you can have a wonderful night walk around many of the towns and spend some time in a cafe, drinking coffee, beer, or tea, smoking from a chica, and doing some great people...

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  • smoking nargileh

    There's not much nightlife in Tunisia, especially for a woman, outside the tourist resorts, therefore forget major boozing sessions, wild dancing nights and so on. Occasionally you can find a hotel with a hammam to sweat a bit - then sipped some mint tea while reading a good book. A few other times I managed to hook up with a nice Tunisian guy and...

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  • Not a lot to say really most...

    Not a lot to say really most activity is centred around hotels so dont expect too much nightlife here 1 nightclub called the carawan but dont go alone and guard your wallet and anything else you treasure

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  • Clubbing in Hammamet at the...

    Clubbing in Hammamet at the club *MANHATTAN* (Africa's best and most moderne club)was my favourite spot.Very large (really really large club).Very good music, nice people to meet, tasty drinks and many dancefloors.the floors are made by glass. flashy and sexy dress

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  • Palm Beach Hotel Disco

    Where we stayed in Hammamet, the nightlife was pretty quiet, so after nearly a week of drinking at the hotel bar, the hotel staff took me and my cousin across the road to the Palm Beach Hotel where they have a nightly disco. Anything goes really - dress up or down

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