Explore Tunisia- Day Trips From Tunisa

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Departures: All Year Round

Cost: From $142.00 (per person)

 


 

Half-day Historic & Cultural Tunis

Set out for the archeological site of Carthage, founded during the 6th century BCE. Of course, its most famous citizen was Hannibal, who crossed the Alp Mountains to fight against the Romans. We will also visit the Thermal Baths of Antonino Pio. Continue onto Sidi Bou Said, a unique fishing village with its typical white and blue houses, built by Andalusian Arabs.

Half-day Carthage & Medina

Set out for the ancient archeological site of Carthage today. A UNESCO World Heritage listed site, Carthaginian politics were considered by the Greek philosopher Aristotle to be one of the best governing institutions in the world. Visit the Punic Ports and the “tophet”, a Phoenician-Punic openair temple.

Arriving at the Medina (Old Town), you will visit a typical Arabic bazaar in Tunis, where you will have time to haggle with the locals!

Half-day History & Colours of Tunisia

Explore the the splendid Bardo National Museum, housed in a restored 13th century palace. The Bardo Museum is without a doubt one of the very best in all of north Africa, famous for its extensive collection of well-preserved mosaics and archeological artifacts excavated from the ancient city of Carthage. Continue onto Sidi Bou Said, a typical fishing village with blue and white traditional houses, built by Andalusian Arabs. Sidi Bou Said is a great place to enjoy strolling down the narrow cobble-stoned streets which wind their way around the town.

Full day including lunch – Tunis Grand Tour

Give to yourself to fully immerse yourself in the culture, the history and the beauty of Tunis. We begin our journey at the old Medina, located very close to Tunis port, and declared an important UNESCO World Heritage site.

The Medina showcases more than 700 monuments, historical palaces, mosques and fountains. The Medina is also a treasuretrove of small, local shops including the traditional Spice Market, family-run Persian rug shops, traditional silver jewelry and a host of unique Tunisian antiques. We continue onto the splendid Bardo National Museum, housed in a 13th century restored palace. Bardo is famous for its extraordinary collection of well-preserved mosaics and archaeological artifacts found at the ancient site of Carthage. Lunch in local restaurant.

Visit the site of the magnificent ancient Carthage, founded during the 6th Century BCE. Visit also the Thermal Baths of Antonino Pio before heading onto the unique fishing village of Sidi Bou Said, with its traditional blue and white houses built by the Andalousian Arabs. Sidi Bou Said is a great place to enjoy strolling down the narrow cobble-stoned streets which wind their way around the town.

 

Departures

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Tour Inclusions

Tours do not include accommodation.

 

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