-visit the archeological site of Carthage wich consists of the baths themselves, located on the seafront, gardens containing vestiges dating back to various times of antiquity.
Visit SIDI BOU SAID With its distinctive blue-and-white color scheme, cobbled streets and jaw-dropping glimpses of azure waters, the cliff-top village of Sidi Bou Said is one of the prettiest spots in Tunisia
- THE MEDINA IS A SPECIAL PLACE WHICH ALOOWS YOU TO BASK IN turkish , ARAB and MUSLIM culture all in one .
- The medina’s architecture is ideal for the local climate, with narrow streets that are cool in summer and warm in winter.
we can fin also THE SOUK IN MEDINA WHICH we can fin everything there from shoes to shisha pipes, as well as bustling cafes, back streets full of artisans at work and residential areas punctuated by grand, brightly painted doorways , Historic palaces, hammams and mosques
- Bardo Museum Is The main draw at the Tunisia’s top museum is its magnificent collection of Roman mosaics. These provide a vibrant and fascinating portrait of ancient North African life. Also there is some equally magnificent Hellenistic and Punic statuary. The massive collection is housed in an imposing palace complex built under the Hafsids (1228–1574), and fortified and extended by the Ottomans in the 18th century. The original palace buildings now connect with a dramatic contemporary annexe, which has doubled the exhibition space.