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Biggest City Tunisia

Facts about Tunisia, Biggest city What are the name of the biggest city Tunisia, and how big are city by population. Easy overview of the informations...

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Djerba

Located off of the coast of Tunisia, Djerba is the largest island of North Africa and it is located in the Gulf of Gabes. It's a beautiful island that has plenty of fertile agricultural grounds, but that's not why people visit Djerba. The sunsets on this island are beyond spectacular and the beaches are often quiet, warm, and relaxing. Science fiction fans might recognize some of the sights on Djerba when they visit too because the exterior scenes for Mos...
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Enfidha

This small town in western Tunisia is often just a stepping stone during a journey throughout the country, but it shouldn't be that way. It's located just off of the Gulf of Hammamet and offers visitors a truly unique experience that caters directly to the authentic Tunisian way of life. If you are stopping in town and you're hungry, you might want to make your first stop be the Barco Restaurant. With an emphasis on fine dining combined with local...
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Monastir

Located on the central coast, Monastir has for a long time been one of Tunisia's primary fishing ports. Today, however, this city is also one of the country's major tourist resorts. The city was founded on the ruins of an ancient Roman city and its primary feature is a very well preserved Ribat that was used to scan for attacks by the Byzantine fleet back in the day. If you've watched Monty Python, you'll recognize the site because it...
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Tozeur

This Tunisian city, located in the southwest part of the country, was initially an oasis. Tozeur has literally hundreds of thousands of palm trees and this location has been critically important throughout history, especially before the invention of the automobile. Caravans would stage in Tozeur for their trip through the Sahara and even in Roman times it was one of the most important outposts in the entire region. One of the first stops that people make when visiting Tozeur is...
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Tunis, capital of Tunisia

Tunis has the perfect location, situated along a deep gulf right on the Mediterranean Sea. Many people are automatically attracted to the medina of Tunis, which can be found at the very center of the city. It’s filled with intense aromas, a boisterous marketplace, dense alleyways that have covered passages sprinkled in here and there, and plenty of goods to pick through as you enjoy the life of the city. Go through the Sea Gate, or the Bab el Bahr, and you’ll...

From the Atlas Mountains to the Sahara Desert, Tunisia is a country that perfectly reflects the culture and opportunities that are present within the Mediterranean Basin.

It was a major mercantile power during the Roman years, has Berber influences throughout, and there are also Ottoman and French cultures intertwined to make this nation a unique place to explore on the African continent.

Many of the tourism opportunities center around Tunis and Carthage, but this jewel of the Mediterranean offers much more than antiquities and ruins to explore. Sun-drenched beaches with gentle waters offer you a unique opportunity to relax in your own way. The shopping experiences offer a unique way to embrace the local culture while still enjoying modern amenities.

Monastir is another unique opportunity for visitors to encounter the authentic Tunisia. It’s one of the most ancient cities in the nation and it combines golfing and scuba diving with the opportunity to explore Forte El Ribat, which will cause your camera to beg you to begin taking pictures. You can also visit famous film locations in this nation, from Star Wars to Monty Python if you are a fan of cinema.

Tunisia offers the opportunity to enjoy a warm climate and golden beaches with luxury accommodations. It also offers the chance for those who love to pursue history to encounter something new and exciting. Whether it is intrigue or basic relaxation that you pursue, Tunisia has an answer waiting for you.

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