Tunis' main attractions are its medina, mosques, the souk and its narrow and colourful streets. However you can also get to the pleasant beaches in less than half an hour, and to discover the unmissable sites of the north coast such as the village of Sidi Bou Said, solely renowned for its traditional architecture, its studded wooden doors and its charming Moorish cafes. You must also visit the Carthagian ...
The capital of Tunisia, Tunis is overflowing with museums, mosques and souks, as well as archaeological sites in its outskirts.
The Tunis Medina has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979.
The Bardo National Museum exhibits archaeological pieces bearing testimony to Tunisia's rich past.
With more than 728,000 inhabitants, Tunis is by far the most populated city in Tunisia.
Built in 698, the Al-Zaytuna Mosque is the main place of worship in the city of Tunis.
Historically an important military base, the city of Tunis was surrounded by a stone wall that was destroyed during the Middle Ages.
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