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Fondouk El Attarine

Fondouk El Attarine (9 bis Souk El Attarine, Tunis) – in days gone by, this restaurant was a pit stop where traveling salesmen used to station their caravans and beasts in order to rest after a long day’s journeying. Today, this magnificent bright edifice houses a luxury souk selling artisan jewelry, carpets and other handicrafts together […]

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Essaraya

Essaraya (6 Rue Ben Mahmoud, Boulevard Bab Menara, Tunis) — t is not easy to find this restaurant, a sumptuous restored palace hidden in the Medina’s labyrinth of souks. So it is opportune to come across a man clad in traditional attire and bearing a lantern waiting to guide clients to the restaurant’s entrance that opens into […]

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Dar Zarrouk

Dar Zarrouk (Rue Hedi Zarrouk, Sidi-Bou-Said) — Located in the cliff top coastal village of Sidi Bou Saïd, about twenty kilometers from Tunis, Dar Zarrouk blends in with the typical dazzling white villas and their blue shutters. Its terrace is an ideal spot for enjoying magnificent views of the crystal blue Mediterranean. The sophisticated interior also looks […]

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Dar Slah

Dar Slah (145 Rue de la Kasbah, La Medina, Tunis) –a short walk away from Government Square along Kasbah street, Dar Slah is ideally located in the heart of the historical Medina. Dar Slah’s premises are in one of the Medina’s biggest former dwellings dating back some four centuries. Its owner awaits his clients with […]

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Dar El Jeld

Dar El Jeld (5 rue Dar El Jeld, La Kasbah, Tunis) — this restaurant is a veritable museum of beautiful tiled walls, ornate wrought iron railings and a fine collection of Ottoman carpets rolled out across the floors, all echoing the regal ambience of the original 18th century mansion, which was transformed into a restaurant in […]

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Da Franco

Da Franco (Avenue de Nevers, Hammamet) — You won’t go hungry at Da Franco – they juggle a range of cuisines, including Mediterranean, Italian, and of course, Tunisian. It may be more expensive than average, but it’s also lesser known in Hammamet, so you won’t be confronted by the chaos that often finds its way into […]

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Cubana Cafe

Cubana Cafe (3 Passage du Lac Edward, Les Berges du Lac, Tunis) — For those who love salsa, mojito and a Latin ambiance, the Cubana Café is the perfect venue to meet up. A restaurant with delicious quesadillas during the day, it changes into a hot and sweaty salsa café at night, with regular life performances […]

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Barberousse Beach Club

Barberousse Beach Club (Avenue Barberousse, Plage Yasmine Hammamet, Hammamet 8050) – located in this city’s historic district, this seafood restaurant takes advantage of its beach side views to draw in diners. Diners can order couscous with lamb, pasta with shrimp, spaghetti with clams, and grilled fish. The favorite dessert here is lemon sorbetto. This restaurant […]

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Sousse Archaeological Museum

Sousse Archaeological Museum (Rue Abou Kacem Echabi, Sousse) — The Sousse Archeology Museum is located within the Kasbah (fortification) of the medina (old city) of Sousse, a World Heritage Site. At the entrance of the museum, a large vaulted room displays the history and the monuments of the Sahel region from Antiquity to the Muslim […]

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Pupput

Pupput (Hammamet area) — Pupput is an ancient city lying about three kilometers north-west of the medina of Hammamet. Today it is submerged by the tourist zone built over the major part of the archaeological site. It was probably a satellite town of its neighbor Neapolis. Pupput seems to have gained some importance during the […]