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For some people, this guide might come as a surprise. After all, Tunisia is renowned for a lot of things – but horses probably don’t fall into this category. In fact, if we’re talking about animals, it’s usually camels that are the main one in question. However, if you delve deeper into this country, you’ll […]

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Tunisia has so many gorgeous islands with breathtaking scenery that you will want to make a point of learning all you can about some of them. Many of these islands are visited by thousands of tourists on a regular basis, and they offer their own little slice of paradise for those who visit.   Kerkennah […]

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When tourism and Tunisia is mentioned, Tabarka rarely follows in the sentence. Most people are accustomed to the ‘usual’ suspects when it comes to holidaying in this country, with the likes of Tunis and Sousse being two prime examples. Tabarka is a completely different type of location; being a small village that is generally frequented […]

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It might not attract quite as many tourists as other regions in Tunisia, but Tozeur is still an area that should be visited if time allows. It has several attractions, with the most notable being the Star Wars set, and in general it is ideal for any traveler who wants to extract a little more […]

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It would be fair to say that Sousse is one of the most tourist-friendly cities in Tunisia and is regularly the subject of family holidays from abroad. While history is a central theme to Sousse, the area also has plenty of other interesting attractions that make it a winner amongst a whole variety of travelers […]

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Being one of the oldest tourist towns in Tunisia, having been founded around 500 years ago, it goes without saying that Hammamet is a special place to visit for anyone who loves their history. The authorities in the region have been keen to preserve the city although as well as historic buildings, visitors will be […]

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Situated around 100km from Tunis, Bizerte might be the largest city that is north of the capital but this certainly doesn’t mean that it is popular amongst tourists. On the contrary, this is one area which isn’t classed as a tourist hotspot – although that should not detract from its qualities. In other words, Bizerte […]

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It would be fair to say that Tunis is one of the smaller and more rustic cities in Tunisia – one that hasn’t attract hordes of tourists like other areas. Nevertheless, it is still a popular destination and offers visitors a different experience to what other places in the country might provide, with many enjoying […]

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