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Red Lizard Train

Red Lizard Train — You’ll feel just like Indiana Jones as you step aboard the Red Lizard Train, called the Lézard Rouge in French. That’s because it was used in the Indiana Jones movie The Last Crusade, in which he fights on top of it. This famous historic train offers rides for tourists, running from […]

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Matmara

Matmara – located about six hours (471 km) south of Tunis, this part of southern Tunisia has become known for Berber residents who live in traditional troglodyte structures (caves which are carved into mountainsides, or beneath overhanging rocks of a cliff). George Lucas, the filmmaker behind the “Star Wars” films, chose this location to film […]

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Jeep Safari

Jeep Safari – while some opt to explore Tunisia’s landscape from above (hot air ballooning), others are more comfortable staying on the ground, and can have just as much fun exploring the country’s desert via jeep. While some may encounter a long-lost Roman-era town, others may find one-time sites for Hollywood films here, such as […]

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Yasmine Golf Course

Yasmine Golf Course — in comparison to Citrus Golf Course, there’s no doubt that Yasmine is slightly smaller in size. It boasts just one course, although it would be fair to say that it’s hugely challenging, yet still suited to players of most abilities. Funny enough, it’s another of those attractions in which you’ll also […]

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Ksar Hadada

Ksar Hadada — For those “Star Wars” movie fans out there, a trip on the jeep to Ksar Hadada should not be missed. Located six hours (521 km.) from Tunis, this is the derelict location where scenes of “The Phantom Menace” were filmed and suffice to say, this has made it one of the most […]

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Sidi Bou Saïd

Sidi Bou Saïd – reachable on the TGM suburban train line, and overlooking the Gulf of Tunis, is this beautifully preserved cobbled town, named after a 13th-century Sufi saint and has long been a favorite retreat for European artists and intellectuals. Swiss-German artist Paul Klee came to paint there in 1914 and praised the clarity […]