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Dougga
Ancient Ruins
El Jem Amphitheatre
Ancient Ruins, Historic Sites, Arenas & Stadiums, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Forte El Ribat
Ancient Ruins, Castles
Chenini
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Centro storico
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Djerbahood
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Carthage  Aqueduct
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Great Mosque of Kairouan
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites
Zitouna Mosque
Sacred & Religious Sites
Ribat
Sacred & Religious Sites, Observation Decks & Towers
Medina of Tunis
Historic Sites, Neighbourhoods, Flea & Street Markets, Points of Interest & Landmarks
George Sebastian Villa
Architectural Buildings, Theatres
Avenue Habib Bourguiba
Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings
The doors of the medina
Historic Sites, Architectural Buildings, Observation Decks & Towers
Great Mosque of Kairouan
Architectural Buildings, Sacred & Religious Sites
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Dougga Beja Governorate
Dougga is a large site with a wide variety of well preserved structures, including temples, theaters, baths, and homes.
Dougga is one of the best preserved Roman archaeological sites in North Africa and well worth the 2 or so hours drive out of Tunis.
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From then on its stones were used for building the nearby village of El Djem and transported to the Great Mosque in Kairouan (the 4th holiest site in Islam), and at a tense moment during struggles with the Ottoman...
El Jem provides a backdrop for stunning photos and views, and is a reminder of how integrated the region was into the broader Mediterranean world.
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Chenini Tataouine
We went venturing into Chenini as the sun set over the valley and the views were breathtaking.
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Centro storico Sidi Bou Said
The blue and white houses are a dreamy landscape and the views on the gulf is perfect.
A breathtaking view on the shore of Tunis throughout the streets of this architectural jewel.
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The mosque is beautiful and have an amazing place in history.It is the oldest Muslim place of worship in Africa and is commonly regarded as the fourth holiest site in Islam (after Mecca, Medina, and Jerusalem).The...
Very peaceful place, enjoyed walking inside and staying in the main hall, it’s really nice to have a walk around the mosque, very nice Resturant is just close by with very good view
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Forte El Ribat Monastir
Visiting the city of Monastir with its historic sites makes you dive into the story and makes you live unforgettable moments .
Must see.Good for 7 dinars easily accessible.Try the horse drawn carriage ride ,the view at the top is very nice.
Palace Dar Nejma Ezzahra Sidi Bou Said
Great view of the Port and the walk up to the Palace is full of beautiful streets of with blue doors and white walls.
In addition to the house, the grounds are lovely and the views over the Bay of Tunis are beautiful.
Difficult to realize that these people have lived there since 3000 years ... ... their smell is still present ... the beach view is magical ... the sun, the clouds and the sky plunge us into a dream without limit!
An exeptional site, where the ruins of the biggest roman baths in Africa built during the second century AD in front of the sea .
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It is said that originally the site was occupied by the retreat of a Christian monk and that nearby there was an olive tree, hence the name of the sanctuary: jemaa ez Zitouna or the mosque of the olive tree.
But the stand-off is so small that it is difficult to have a full view of the mosque and enjoy its entirety in one glance.
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Tunisia has great sights, fantastic land and seascapes and super neighbourhoods especially Sidi Bou Said with its vibrant blues and whites.
Well appointed main museum with sculptures, pottery, mosaics and many other artefacts to view.
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Ribat Sousse
Fantastic view
Do go to the top of the tower for great views over the city.
There is also the Zitouna Mosque which you can visit and cafes with nice views you can enjoy.
Look carefully for stairs and accessible 1st floors all around (from shops, cafes) from which you can see a panoramic view of the city.
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Although much is 17-18th Century, the tiles are incredible and the fact that this site is as big a draw as the Great Mosque is incredible.
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El Ghriba Synagogue Djerba Island
I consider this a "must see" Tunisian landmark.
The site is small and quaint.
Beautiful view points once you get to the fort and the arc.
The view if the sea is so beautiful.
Grande Mosque Sousse
Beautiful old mosque in the heart of the UNESCO heritage site of the old souk.
very original place in the Tunisian south region very high views you can make photos in the decor of star wars film
We were at the site during the sunset which only enhanced the experience.
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Great little Medina and nice streets Not so busy during downturn currently in 2017 Please buy something - merchants and people are struggling Clean nice view of history and how people used to live
Bab El Bhar Tunis
In every side- Bab El Bahr was in center of all reviewers comments, site of priority for all tourists and their destination.
This again is an excellent landmark.
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With the Mediterranean crashing against the retaining wall on the sea front, how long will it be before this site gets ravaged by the waves so definitely warrants the effort.
Great sights, and a good view of the town as you walk up the hill outside the medina.
The narrow streets small shops, smells and sites gives you a true experience of Arabic life.
Yasmin Hammamet Hammamet
A lovely part of tunisia,things to do for all ages-we stayed in the beautiful medina solaria hotel, and had a view of the marina- and was in easy walking distance to the medina.
Nice clean beach with amazing views as well so going early in the day is nice.
Its in the museum site and included on the ten dinar ticket.
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