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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
From EUR160.00
 
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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Kids with sticky fingers on the Metro

Watch the street kids on the Metro. We got complacent after watching them for a couple of days play around in the doorways of the metro cars. They like to jump in and out at the stops and hand outside...
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ALWAYS CARRY SUFFICIENT FRESH BOTTLED WATER

Due to the time of year that I was travelling in Northern Africa the days were extremely hot.I found that it was imperative to have with me at all times plenty of fresh drinking water. While out and...
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Keep an eye on your bag!!

The most relevant and popular advice given to us, by everyone from fellow tourists, tour guides, even the locals, was: "Carry your bag on you stomach!". It's the only way to make sure no-one helps...
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Taxi drivers

Tunisia is an extremely safe country to visit, its people are nice, friendly and kind and it's unlike you face any harassment (except maybe from very tourist areas by the coast)Our only problem was...
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Medina

Take care within the Medina by the souvenir shops as they can be quite intimidating and get out into the less busy alleyways and witness the daily life that goes on. Also make sure you have a map with...
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Guys wanting drinks

Whilst having a quiet cup of coffee at the Cafe de Paris one evening, I was approched by 2 guys sitting at separate tables who started talking to me which the conversation then led to them wanting me...
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Don’t climb on ruins

Some of the ruins and antiquities one can visit are over 2000 years old and are not in the best of conditions anymore, since neither Phoenicians nor Romans can come back to fix them anymore. Hence it...
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Taxis from the airport

Taxi drivers at Tunis airport try to rip off first time visitors to Tunis. As soon as we left the terminal we were approached by a driver who followed us around and kept trying to get us to travel...
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Older Western women young Tunisian males

It is usual for older western females to be involved with younger men in return for gifts and presents. Be very wary as the young man will just be after your money and tell you lies to get you to part...
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a pacific place, but bad conditions in food

everybody told me to take care of the food and water. I did, but at the end I had bacterias on my stomach. drink water in botles only, use it for wash your teeth too. the problem is the food, you...
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For Women

If your a female be very careful.The men there all seem to have a problem. They basically think that all western women are cheap and up for it. It's the type of thing you get in Turkey and some arab...
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Put on the coutner sir!

It is pretty easy to travel around the city by your own, but if you have to cover a long way, then caught a taxi, which is the most developped transportation.You must take care and make then put on...
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Haggling in the medina

Haggling for goods in the medina is fun.....for a while!However, for those not accustomed to bargaining, it can become a bit tiresome after a while.Furthermore, EVERY shopkeeper will beckon you into...
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In Tunis there are places...

In Tunis there are places where you are not allowed to take photos. For example, in Independence Square, near the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Tunisia and the embassy of France.Near Carthage the...
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Top Hotels in Tunis

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La Marsa - BP 36, Gammarth, 2078, Tunisia
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Les cotes de Carthage - BP 697, La Marsa, 2070, Tunisia
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31 Av Habib Bourguiba, Tunis, 1000, Tunisia
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50 Av Habib Bourguiba Bp 73 1001 Tunis Cedex Tunis
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Ave De La Ligue Arabe 1002 Tunis
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Les Cotes de Carthage, ((former Renaissance Tunis Hotel)), La Marsa, 2078, Tunisia
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Top Things to Do in Tunis

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Bardo Museum

The Bardo museum has the world's greatest collection of Roman Mosaics. It was recently the victim of a terrorist attack that killed 20+ tourist, however do not let this deter you, it is one of the...
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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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Carthage

This is one of the few remaining sites of Punic Carthage. This was a holy site where depending in interpretation children were either sacrificed or buried. The site has a large collection of Punic...
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Sidi Bou Said

Whenever tourist brochures show a typical Tunisian village of cobbled streets, white walls, studded blue doors and black mashrabias it is invariably ‘Sidi Bou’, and today it is possible to visit this...
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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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Avenue 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...
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