Its cultural richness








Carthage, a famous archaeological site whose origin dates back to the 9th century B.C., classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.



The Bardo Museum and its unique and imposing Roman mosaics, famous all over the world.



The Medina, its souks, its maze of alleyways with its palaces and old houses.



The Saint Vincent de Paul Cathedral of Tunis, in Romano-Byzantine style, located in the heart of the capital.



The Nejma Ezzahra Palace or House of the Baron d'Erlanger, a magnificent residence inspired by the treasures of the Arab-Andalusian heritage, home to the Centre for Arab and Mediterranean Music.



We also invite you to visit the many well-preserved archaeological sites in the region such as Dougga, Thuburbo Majus, Zaghouan and Oudhna discovered in the 1980s, and many others that we will gladly point out to you.

Its heritage and gastronomy








The Central Market, an unmissable place with well-ordered stalls of fish, fruit and vegetables, spices and fragrant plants.



The Andalusian village of Sidi Bou Saïd, all in blue and white, overlooking the sea where you can sip a mint tea at the mythical Café des Nattes. The site is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the highlights is a visit to the Palace of Baron d'Erlanger, a magnificent residence housing the Centre for Arab and Mediterranean Music.



La Goulette with its old-fashioned charm and numerous fish restaurants.



La Marsa, a charming seaside resort where Tunisians like to meet up with other Tunisians to enjoy a bambaloni or a fricassee fritter.



If you have time at your disposal, visit the beautiful Cap Bon region or the towns of Bizerte, Kairouan, Hammamet, Nabeul or Sousse.

To relax








18-hole Carthage Golf Course, located in La Soukra . The first golf course created in Tunisia in 1927.



Traditional Hammam in Sidi Bou Saïd.

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