Enjoy your amazing trip to Tunisia, which is considered to be as one of the most famous touristic destinations in the Middle East. It has many magnificent attranctions to visit such as the great mosque, which was built in 1652, has an octagonal, stone-built minaret decorated with blue and white tiling. The women’s section, in back, affords views of the old port. At prayer times it might be possible to get a peek of the courtyard, with its slender marble columns and delicate stone arches.
You haven’t fully experienced Tunisia until you’ve been scrubbed down with an oven scourer by an enthusiastic elderly masseur. The oldest and most atmospheric Hammams (public bathhouse) are in the medina, keeping residents steamed and cleaned. Often recognizable by their candy-striped red-and-green doorways and undecorated domes, they feel as if they haven’t changed (or been cleaned) for hundreds of years. It’s an amazingly exotic, sensual and relaxing experience.
Join us in such a uniquie tour in Sousse, Tunisia’s liveliest town, full of the daily bustle of visitors, students and locals who fill the streets all day long. The huge medina draws people in, spitting them out hours later sweaty and laden with shopping, but mostly happy. The medina stands in the center, cordoned off from the rest of town by high, medieval fortifications that look like a sandcastle cake. Sousse also has one of the most attractive beaches, with sand so smooth and perfect you’ll enjoy just rolling around in its softness, though it might take you a while to get it out of every crevice later.
Add some adventure to your trip by visiting Tunis, the capital, safe, clean and modern city. Tunis is one of the most wonderful cities in the world. Really it is considered to be like a true gem located in the Middle East, particularly the town, which rivals that of Marrakech and Fes in Morocco. The main avenue leading to the town is lined with tropical trees giving shade to the numerous sidewalk cafes. Perfect to enjoy a coffee and watch the world walk by.
Tunis is a very modern town, safe and pleasant. The restaurants are good and offer fine cuisine that’s a mix of Arab and French. Tunis is the place where the incoming tourists can find The Bardo Museum, which is housed in a beautiful palace filled with the treasures found at numerous ancient sites dotted around Tunisia. It’s easy to go there by using the public transportation or by using a local travel agency whose employees can speak fluent French and nice English as well. At very good hotel, you will spend your vacation in Tunisia.
The city of Tunis has many resorts and hotels with a very wonderful views of Sidi Bou Said village. So the magical trip around Tunis begins at your fascinating hotel. You can discover this small town on foot or you can use the local taxis.
08 Days / 07 Nights
From 01 May 2016
To 30 September 2016