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Sights, Tunisia

There are plenty of ancient Roman sites to discover in Tunisia, including the Roman settlement of Dougga and the oval Amphitheatre of El Jem. The whitewashed buildings in the picturesque town of Sidi Bou Said (perched by the sea), is also a beautiful sight to behold. Don’t forget to venture to the sacred Great Mosque of Kairouan for a breathtaking sightseeing experience.

Amphitheatre of El Jem

The Amphitheatre of El Jem is a well-preserved Roman amphitheatre, which should feature on any history buff’s sightseeing to-do list. This site has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site for decades and has even been the backdrop in a popular Nike advert, too.

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Carthage

Carthage is an ancient city in Tunis, which houses intriguing ancient sites and archaeological excavations, dating back to the Roman era. You can see the magnificent history scattered throughout this immersive city at numerous sites. Plus, Carthage offers everything you require, from superb coffee spots…

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Dougga

Dougga is a captivating ancient Roman site in Tunisia, which will open up your eyes to this fascinating era as well as the country’s rich history. You will find the site on the summit of a hill with an altitude of 571m, which is actually built on top of an older settlement.

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Kairouan

The holy city of Kairouan is one of the most ancient Arabo-Muslim sites in the country and houses many historic wonders dating back centuries. The Great Mosque of Kairouan is one site you must visit during your time here; it is one of the most notable in Northern Africa.

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Matmata: The Star Wars Set

Matmata is a quaint Berber village located in southern Tunisia, where you can find beautiful stretches of desert and warm weather. This quiet and remote spot just happens to be the birthplace of Luke Skywalker…

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Ribat of Monastir

The Ribat of Monastir is a defensive structure which has been featured in a handful of famous films, including Monty Python’s Life of Brian. This well-preserved historical and cultural site is certainly worth a visit…

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Sidi Bou Said

Sidi Bou Said, previously named Jabal el-Menar, is an idyllic northern town found nearby to Tunisia’s capital and is a totally picturesque location, situated right on the edge of the Mediterranean Sea. Tunisians and travellers alike flock to this colourful town…

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The Medina of Sousse

The Medina of Sousse is your perfect chance to uncover the local culture in Tunisia. When you visit this bustling and exciting market, you are bound to find some bargains and haggle to your heart’s content.

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The Sahara

In the south of Tunisia, you can find the epic Sahara desert, attracting many travellers each year, from nature lovers to adventure seekers. Why not venture out here on a day trip, or embark on a lengthier experience…

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