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Camel Rides

Camel Rides — known to the Arabs as “The Ship of the Desert”, camels are the ultimate way to explore the Tunisian Sahara, riding on the camel, you slip into the rhythm of the desert. Visitors rise at dawn and rest in the full heat of the early afternoon. In the evening, participants in camel […]

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Jamaïca Club

Jamaïca Club (El Hana International, 49 Avenue Habib Bourguiba, Tunis) — this rooftop bar (on the 10th floor of the Hana Hotel) is popular with both locals and expats, since it provides a great view of the city (including the Roman Catholic Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul, La Goulette Road, and Avenue de Carthage, […]

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CAR RENTALS

CAR RENTALS – the following car rental agencies operate in Tunis: Avis: +216 71 205 347 Camelcar: +216: 71 963 409 Clicar: +216 22 625 713 Europcar: +216 29 354 598 Sixt: +216 70 729 292

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Antonine Baths

Antonine Baths (Amilcar, Carthage) — Located on the seaside at the north-eastern corner of ancient Carthage, the Antonine Baths today retain very little of their former splendor. Of the largest bath complex in the African provinces and the third largest bath complex in the Roman world, measuring about 35,000 sq. meters, only remnants of the […]

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About Tunisia

The small nation of Tunisia (located in the middle of the North African coast – whose Mediterranean shoreline faces Sicily and Sardinia) has a rich history which goes back to the Phoenicians, who first settled there in the 12th century BC. Out of that migration from what’s now Lebanon, the civilization of Carthage was eventually […]