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Tunisia Visiting Guides

Tunisia Archaeology

Carthage The Carthage Museum, Amphitheatre, Theatre & Roman villas The Byrsa quarter of Carthage, recently discovered by French archaeologists, dates from the time of Hannibal and gives an idea of urban life in the early second century BC. When the Romans returned to rebuild Carthage they covered over the ruins of the 146 BC construction on...

Tunisia Dive Sites

Image - Tunisia Dive Sites Graced by more than 700 miles of coastline, Tunisia enjoys great popularity among watersport enthusiasts. Now the country is beginning to reveal its hidden depths by emerging as a leading scuba diving destination. With charming resort, high standard hotels offering superb value for money and a wealth of historical sites to discover, Tunisia...

Transport in Tunisia

Tunisia inherited a relatively modern system of road and communications from the period of colonial rule. Substantial work is being carried out to modernize and extend the existing higway and railway networks. In mid-1991 it was announced that construction work on the motorway from Hammamet to'Saken was due for completion by the end of 1993. By...

Festivals in Tunisia

Image - The Sahara Festival One of the most important parts of the Tunisian culture is the numerous Festivals that take place across the country throughout the year. The lively nature of the people of Tunisia is reflected through their celebrations. From the smallest villages to the biggest cities of Tunisia, Festivals are celebrated all over. Tunisia Festivals include...