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Wine Lovers Day Tour: Wine and Food Tasting from Trapani
"Meet your guide in the morning at your hotel in Trapani or Marsala then travel through the olive and citrus groves of western Sicily to the Caruso e Minini Winery. Along the way enjoy fine views over the rolling hillsides where verdant vineyards line your route. On arrival visit the cellars and sample four of the diverse wines in production. Gain insight into the delicate flavors at work and savor a selection of light snacks including locally made breads arancini and almond biscuits. Head onward to the city of Marsala — famous for its wine — and savor a delicious lunch of Sicilian specialities with wine in a local restaurant. In the afternoon
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Private Wine Tour and Archeological Area of Selinunte with licensed Guide
"The island is renowned for the many outstanding wines some of them produced in this area which is famous for a great wine and olive oil production but also for the soft hilly landscape and pleasant sandy beaches. Sicily has more vineyards than any other Italian regions competing for first place as the largest wine producer. It's the perfect place to breathe the tranquility of the real rural Sicily of centuries past.Pick up at your hotel and drive into the ""Sicilian Tuscany"" south of Palermo.This morning we'll visit a renowed local winery which is embedded in a charming and unique context. Its variety of excellent wines cellars and vineyards
From EUR500.00
 
Private Shore Excursion from Trapani to Segesta and Erice
"This is a private shore excursion to Segesta and Erice from Trapani with English speaking driver and comfortable ride. Meet your driver at your hotel in Trapani or at the port and embark on a 40 minute-drive to Segesta. This is one of the most spectacular archaeological sites of Sicily founded by the Elymian population and refugees from destroyed Troy before the arrival of the Greeks. Segesta's ancient Greek temple can make a valid claim to being the best preserved in the world and its amphitheater boasts a hilltop position on Mount Barbaro second to none. Kindly take note that the admission fees are not included in the rate and should be paid on site (approximately 10 euro per person)Board the car again and after a 45 will reach Erice
From EUR80.00

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Ave Habib Bourguiba

Avenue Habib Bourguiba is Tunis' Champs Elysees and runs from near the Medina in front of the cathedral to Lake Tunis and the port. It runs through the French part of the city known as Ville Nouvelle on land reclaimed from Lake Tunis in the 19th century. Just like the Champs Elysees in Paris, it is lined with cafes and a few hotels as well as some nice French colonnial buildings such as the National Theatre and French Embassy. The central part of the road is pedestrian and lined with trees and makes for a nice walk.

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Willettsworld
Feb 16, 2008

Avenue Bourguiba

Everything is centered around Avenue Bourguiba. If it's French-style nightlife you're after, head south to find the restaurants, clubs and cinemas.
Along Avenue Bourguiba there are plenty of cinemas, embassies, coffee shops, hotels & restaurants. .
The Festival of the Medina is held during Ramadan and its icing on the cake announcing l'Aid is the festival of lights.
Here's a pic just in front of the National Theatre & another one with Avenue ourguiba by night.

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Oana_bic
Nov 08, 2005

Avenue Habib Bourguiba

Although life is very simple in inner Tunisia, Tunis, the capital, is a busy metropolis with new, modern buildings, like this one.
The main street in Tunis is named after theif firs president as Avenue Habib Bourguiba. It is exactly 1 mile long. It is streched from the edge of the lake "the little sea" to the entrance of the medina.

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Umea6
Apr 25, 2005

Avenue Habib Bourguiba

Avenue Habib Bourguiba is the main thoroughfare in the centre of Tunis.

It leads from the medina to Place du 7 Novembre, with its imposing clock, situated where a statue of Habib Bourguiba (Tunisian president from 1956 to 1987) once stood.

It is known as the "Champs Elysees of Tunis", but, while it is impressive, such claims seem somewhat exaggerated. However, I've never been to the more famous Paris namesake, so maybe I'm wrong!

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Jun 14, 2003
 
 
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Avenue habib

Avenue Habib is both the colonial and modern center of Tunis. Its here you will find tons of restaurants and a few hotels

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Cathedral of St Vincent de Paul

The imposing Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul, built in 1882 by the French, is situated in the Avenue Habib Bourguiba. It is, as far as I know, the only catholic church in the town of Tunis. The front...
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Medina

Bad travel guide is really bad in planning a day trips, and there is no help. Such is the destiny when one travel on a package tour, he gets a bad guide that does the job without any enthusiasm. Our...
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Tourbet el-Bey

Deep within Tunis' medina is the Mausoleum Tourbet el Bey, the last resting place of the Husseinid dynasty, rulers of Tinus from the 18th Century. The building is squat and multidomed, with a plain...
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Kasbah Mosque

This large modern looking square was the location of the city's Kasbah which was destroyed by the French in 1883. All that remains from before the French is the Kasbah Mosque. The square is paved with...
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Bab el Bahr - French Gate

This imposing gate is also known as the Porte de France or the French Gate and is located at the Medina eastern point where Ville Nouvelle begins. The name means 'Gate to the Sea' and it was once...
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