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Sousse

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329,948,51

Tunis

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349,1127,51

Hammamet

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179,550,129

Monastir

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90,350,48

Sidi Bou Said

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107,345,4

Ile de Jerba

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238,753,68

Nabeul

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24,189,10

Carthage

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134,518,1

El Kef

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42,113,1

Mahdia

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43,170,19

Sfax

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25,53,6

El Jem

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108,406,0

Bizerte

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16,55,5

Kairouan

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140,493,3

Midoun

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11,17,32

Matmata

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78,261,8

Tozeur

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105,245,19

Chott El Jerid

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31,104,0

Douz

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138,308,9

Gafsa

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16,23,0

Houmt Souk

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15,23,3

Zaghouan

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12,13,0

Medenine

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14,49,0

Kebili

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15,42,0

Nefta

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22,69,2

Tataouine

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19,98,3

Dougga

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62,209,0

Tamerza

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32,93,1

Sbeitla

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21,65,0

Le Bardo

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24,156,0

Al Marsa

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0,0,9

Ile Chergui

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15,47,0

Gabes

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16,25,3

Maktar

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28,101,0

Zarzis

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0,1,11

Ghardimaou

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2,8,0

El Hamma

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0,7,0

El Faouar

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0,7,0

Sousse

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  • Medina

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Sousse Things to Do

    Sousse has a very long history. It was a Phoenician outpost (Hadrumetum), a free Roman city (Byzacium), a vandal town (Hunericopolis) and finally the Byzantine city of Justiniana or Justinianopolis. Nothing of these settlements remains, for in the early years of the Hegira, Justinianopolis was entirely destroyed after a two-month siege by...

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  • Marhaba Tour Khalef

    Sousse Hotels

    i have been to this hotel many times and thought the experience was fab! The rooms are great and the...

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  • Day Excursions on your own from Sousse

    Sousse Things to Do

    Here are some must see´s and easy to reach by car places within 1 1/2 from Sousse.1 El Djem roman aphitheather ( 1 hour drive max )2 Kairouan, 4th holy city according to Islam and were the Arab conquest of Tunisia Began ( 1 hour drive max) Places of interest :Sidi Okba Moské the oldest in africa, Aglabid basins, Bir Barota with its working camel,...

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Tunis

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  • Bardo Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Tunis Things to Do

    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 most magnificent sights in Tunis and should not be missed.

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  • Moevenpick Hotel Gammarth Tunis

    Tunis Hotels

    More spa, massaje, boozes and getting tanned plus iceing on the cake a syncronized swimming session...

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  • Recommended Restos I haven't tried...

    Tunis Restaurants

    The list below contains what are considered the finest dining options in the Tunis area, quoted from The Culture Trip (www. theculturetrip. com). Due to my short visit, I only managed to try two of them and had tea at a third (all were very good, so the website seems trustworthy!). Here is the list so I can remember next time...Dar El Jeld, 5 Dar...

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Hammamet

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  • Cimetiere de Hammamet

    Hammamet Local Customs

    Cemetery in Hammamet is located along the walls of the Kasbah and of itself is nothing special. Actually I was intrigued by the fact that the Italian politician and Prime Minister Bettino Craxi once fled from Italy and took refuge in Tunisia. Bettino Craxi was the main actor in a big corruption scandal but he evaded justice by fleeing the country....

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  • Les Orangers Beach Resort

    Hammamet Hotels

    it was a lovely holiday with very good freind its incridible

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  • Kasbah nights

    Hammamet Nightlife

    Sidi Bou Hadid is the most famous cafe in Hammamet and the target of every visitors, a must see place.It is located in the old town and is leaning against the Kasbah, which dominated Hammamet. Cafe is actually located on the coast, overlooking the Bay of Hammamet. It is a very well-attended place in the city because, in addition to cold drinks, a...

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Monastir

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  • Sidi el-Mezeri cemetery.

    Monastir Things to Do

    the Sidi el-Mezeri cemetery is overlooked by the impressive Habib Bourguiba mausoleum, All the bodies are laid on thier sides facing Mecca.

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  • Iberostar Sahara Beach

    Monastir Hotels

    Being a 3*, so cheap and so big (more than 500 rooms, I think), we weren't expecting much, but we...

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  • HABIB BOURGUIBA MAUSOLEUM

    Monastir Things to Do

    The Habib Bourguiba Mausoleum dominates the Sidi el-Mezeri cemetery. The grand marble building holds the remains of Habib Bourguiba, who died in 2000. He was the founder of modern day Tunisia. He was born in Monastir in 1903. He studied law in Paris then returned to Tunisia to a political career.He peacefully campaigned againt the French occupation...

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Sidi Bou Said

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  • Fine dining with sea views

    Sidi Bou Said Restaurants

    Considered one of the better fine dining restaurants in the Tunis area, Dar Zarrouk certainly lived up to its reputation. Not only is the food (traditional Tunisian and seafood) delicious, but the restaurants is very elegant and is graced by incredible views over the Mediterranean and the Bay of Tunis. It has a large dining room, plus a courtyard...

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  • Dar Said

    Sidi Bou Said Hotels

    Very nice people run the hotel Nice, picturesque town Near Carthage archeological sites Internet...

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  • The Ruins of Carthage

    Sidi Bou Said Off The Beaten Path

    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...

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Ile de Jerba

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  • local transportation

    Ile de Jerba Transportation

    A good part of the local farmers is in use of motor vehicles for the transport of their products to the markets. Those who cannot afford motor vehicles still use traditional transport with so-called caleche (carriage), which instead of wooden wheels now have a car tires. It makes transport to be more smooth and less tiring for the horses.

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  • Park Inn

    Ile de Jerba Hotels

    One of the oldest hotels in Djerba was the first one over the lagoon for years, which could be seen...

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  • Caleche

    Ile de Jerba Transportation

    Residents of Djerba have mounted the tires on their chariots (caleche) and it makes fare to be more comfortable for passengers and less tiring for the horses. It is probably the reason that for towing carriage is sufficient only one horse. This carriage are used to transport people between the island settlements.

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Nabeul

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  • daily show within the hotel

    Nabeul Nightlife

    We had daily party, on the hotel's terrace, organized by the group of local entertainers that was most impatient expected by little kids. Small stage became kid's place for various games and dancing and they in fact really enjoyed. After the kids performed DJ who played Tunisian hits, led at that time by globally popular song "Sidi Mansour ya...

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  • Vime Lido

    Nabeul Hotels

    Avenue du 7 Novembre - Boite Postale 63, Dar Chaabane Plage, Nabeul, 8075, Tunisia

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Nabeul

    Nabeul General

    Cap Bon peninsula is protruding part of Tunisia in the Mediterranean Sea and can be called a passage to Europe because it is only 140 of kilometers far from Sicily. It is a fertile oasis of Tunisia, mainly lowland, where it is grown fruits, vegetables and olives, while the slopes of gentle hills dotted with vineyards. Many might be surprised, just...

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Carthage

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  • Beautiful Sidi Bou Said

    Carthage Off The Beaten Path

    The nearby town of Sidi Bou Said must be one of the most picturesque villages in Tunisia and shouldn't be missed. Famous for its visually intense white-washed buildings trimmed in Cerulean blue, and the flowering bourgainvillea, the village is overflowing with physical charm. With its perfect location on the Gulf of Tunis, it is no wonder it was a...

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  • Villa Didon

    Carthage Hotels

    Rue Mendes France, Carthage, 2016, Tunisia

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

  • Roman urns?

    Carthage Off The Beaten Path

    This round look rocks remind me on urns I have seen while ago in Aquileia - Italy, where one of the most important town from Roman times were situated. Since there are no information in the park regarding this rocks I am only guessing it. I would be very grateful for any information in this regard.

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El Kef

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  • friendly natives

    El Kef Nightlife

    Yes I agree-not many tourists in le Kef-and that is part of the charm. What you will find there is some fabulous accommodation ,if you fancy a fabulous, though not expensive bed try www.dar-boumakhlouf.com.also the people are so friendly. The young man who I asked for directions who worked in sicca vineria not only phoned my accommodation, took me...

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  • Hotel Sicca Veneria

    El Kef Hotels

    After our first selection (from the LP guide), Hotel des Sources, close to the ruined baths proved...

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  • Visit the Kasbah

    El Kef Things to Do

    At the top of the town, the castle-like Kasbah, with its crenelated battlements stands guard over the town.There are shady cypress trees near the gate, so if it is closed, sit, wait and catch the breezes. The guardian will turn up soon.Apparently begun by the Byzantines in the 6th century, using roman building materials, the fort was added to by...

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Mahdia

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  • All inclusive bracelets

    Mahdia Warnings and Dangers

    Try to keep your bracelet hidden whilst out and about - it is quite common for people to approach you and pretend that they work at the hotel and then offer to take you around the town for a guided tour. In reality they know your hotel from the wrist band and are getting paid commission for each shop you buy from.

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  • Iberostar Royal El Mansour

    Mahdia Hotels

    Route de la Corniche, Mahdia, 5111, Tunisia

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 5 out of 5 stars

  • Mosque

    Mahdia Things to Do

    On the other side of a square known as Place Khadi en-Noamine from the Great Mosque is this mosque but I don't know its name! So if you can help me out then let me know!

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Sfax

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  • Late late orders

    Sfax Restaurants

    I suppose I didn't choose the best time to visit La Perla, and with good reason. I was catching the 01.15 night train to Tunis, so a restaurant that stayed open until the small hours seemed a good option: checking earlier in the day I was told until three. La Perla has an upstairs room with live music, and when I arrived at elevenish this is where...

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  • Mercure

    Sfax Hotels

    AV.HABIB BOURGUIBA,BP 544 3000 SFAX, Bp 544 3000 S

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Museum of Popular Arts

    Sfax Things to Do

    Another first-rate museum. The name is a bit of a misnomer, since most of the exhibits here reflect the life of a member of the ruling elite: shoes inlaid with mother-of-pearl and so on. The displays are nevetheless interesting enough; but the real attraction (as with many museums in Tunisia) is the building itself, in this case the...

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El Jem

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  • Ventilation

    El Jem Off The Beaten Path

    The ventilation system of the underground is in the shape of flowers. It can be barely noticed from the ground floor of the amphitheatre, in fact, I saw it only from the underground.The animal cells had the holes through which the animals were poked so they would enter the elevator cage. The fights between the gladiators and animals were very...

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  • Underground corridors

    El Jem Off The Beaten Path

    There are couple of huge corridors under the ground floor of the amphitheatre which is usually called "hypogenum". It is the scene where gladiators and animals have stood before entering into the arena. Hypogenum could have one or two levels and it was dark, swelteringly hot and stinking network of cells, tunnels and passageways. This underground...

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  • 'Louage' to El Jen

    El Jem Transportation

    In Sousse we researched the best way to get to El Jem for the day. The verdict - use the louage. The French word literally means ‘rental’ and refers to the shared-taxis that travel between towns and cities.We took a taxi to the louage station, and paid 3.45 Dirham each for the trip. In Sousse the tickets were issued by computer, and we were on our...

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Bizerte

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  • Andalusian quarter

    Bizerte Off The Beaten Path

    This was an unexpected find for me, as I thought i'd seen all of Bizerte. But on my last evening, I took a walk behind the kasbah and came across a couple of old streets beside a cemetery. Above this was a Spanish fort, containing a modern outdoor theatre and far too many barking dogs for my liking. Apparently this used to be the Andalusian quarter...

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  • BIZERTA RESORT

    Bizerte Hotels

    Route De La Corniche, Bizerte, 7000, TN

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

  • Cafes, cafes and more cafes

    Bizerte Nightlife

    Nightlife in Bizerte is based around cafe life. As the sun begins to set, people flock to the old port to walk up and down the quayside in family groups, stopping at one of the cafes on the way. Most of them are the typical Tunisian male-only places, serving coffee, tea and chicha, but there are a few where women tend to go to. One option is the...

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Kairouan

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Midoun

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  • Good value meal

    Midoun Restaurants

    We asked the taxi driver to take us from Aghir to Midoun (6km), to a restaurant. On the way through the town of Midoun he pointed out a "chic" place, as he put it, then he dropped us at this "normal" one. The menu was limited, and even some of menu was not available, but there was a Tunisian family, smartly dressed, looking very "at home" which I...

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  • Maritim Hotel Yadis Djerba

    Midoun Hotels

    Route Touristique, Bp 84, Midoun, TN

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Artisanat

    Midoun Shopping

    Places such as Midoun have their own small markets selling handwoven rugs, terracotta pots, spices, copper or brassware and the gentlemannered Berbers are a pleasure to meet.

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