This is the oldest and the most important of Tunisian museums. Over a century ago, it was established in the premises of a Beylical palace, for the most part built in the mid 6th century, and which has retained all the features of a princely residence. , Bardo museum has gained an international reputation for the richest, the most varied and the most refined collection
THE OLD MEDINA:
the historic heart of Tunis, registered since 1979 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
he archeological site of Carthage consists of baths, located on the seafront, and gardens containing vestiges dating back to various times of antiquity.
SIDI BOU SAID:
People all around the world say that it looks like MAYKANOS because of it’s Picturesque theme that enchants with the magic of its colors (white and blue) its streets of bougainvillea and the beauty of its traditional architecture.
Sidi Bou Said became then a place of rest and inspiration to many artists, musicians, and writers.