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Tunis: Medina Guided Walking Tour

1. Tunis: Medina Guided Walking Tour

Meet your tour guide at the Hôtel Royal Victoria near the Bab Bhar area of Tunis. From there, you’ll explore the city and experience all the sides of Tunis: the old and the new, the modern and the traditional. Visit Tunis University and learn about Tunisia’s pride in its modern educational system. 30% of the country’s national budget is dedicated to education. Explore the souks, a set of shops and boutiques where trading has taken place since the 13th century. Navigate the labyrinthine streets of the Medina of Tunis and see its many shops, monuments, and mosques. As you explore the city, your guide will elaborate on Tunis’ rich architectural heritage, pointing out examples of Islamic and Roman architecture. Stop by the Tourbet el Bey and see the Tunisian royal mausoleum. Stroll through the fresh fish, fruits, and vegetables at the vibrant Central Market of Tunis. 

From Tunis: Half-Day Mornag Wine-Tasting Tour

2. From Tunis: Half-Day Mornag Wine-Tasting Tour

Tunisia is known worldwide for making crowd-pleasing and award-winning wines. Head straight into the heart of this beautiful wine region on a half-day tour. Learn about how the Tunisian wine industry came to be from your guide. Hear about how the foundation for production was established.  Begin the day with pickup from your hotel in Tunis before heading off toward Mornag. There, enjoy a wine tasting, as well as a wine and cheese pairing. Afterwards, you will be taken on a guided tour of the charming vineyards of Mornag. Your next wine experience will be a guided cellar tour, where you can take in the ambience created by a huge collection of soon-to-be wines aging in barrels and tanks. When you've had your fill of touring and tasting, take the chance to purchase your favorite wine or other goodies. For any and all wine enthusiasts, this outstanding tour and tasting experience should not be missed.

Tunis: Bardo National Museum and Tunis Medina Half-Day Tour

3. Tunis: Bardo National Museum and Tunis Medina Half-Day Tour

Take a half-day tour to discover the culture and history of Tunisia with a visit to the Bardo National Museum and the Media of Tunis. After pickup from your hotel, start at the museum. Located in a former palace, the Bardo National Museum is famous for its incredible collection of Roman mosaics taken from archaeological sites all over the country. Admire the stunning mosaics, and other important finds from Tunisia’s archaeological sites. Continue to the Medina of Tunis, one of the best-preserved Islamic cities in the world. Walk through the meandering streets, and discover the architectural styles of the residential quarters. Enjoy the activity and excitement of the souks. See the great Al-Zaytuna Mosque, passing through Souk Echaouchia, the traditional cap makers market, and the perfume market of Souk El Attarine. Afterwards, you’ll be dropped off back at your hotel.

Tunis: Hammamet and Nabeul Tour

4. Tunis: Hammamet and Nabeul Tour

Your tour will begin as you depart to Nabeul. This city is well known for the manufacture of pottery, plates decorated with paint, and faience, the fruit of a craft that is passed down from generation to generation. The manufacture of mats, made from green rush in traditional workshops, is also an essential item of this city. You can take the road to Hammamet for a guided tour of the Medina, built in front of the sea with magnificent views of the rooftops. Later, discover the villa of George Sebastian, built in a pure Arab-Andalusian style on the 1920s. This villa housed Romanian artist G. Sebastian and his wife, a wealthy American. The villa is built in front of the sea and surrounded by a park teeming with magnificent trees and rare species of a prolific orchard and an open-air orangery. You will then have free time for lunch in Hammamet, with recommendations happily provided by your guide. Following lunch, you will take a small stroll through the port of Hammamet, before being taken back to your place of residence.

Tunis: Full-Day Local Towns Sightseeing Tour with Lunch

5. Tunis: Full-Day Local Towns Sightseeing Tour with Lunch

The day begins with pickup from your Tunis hotel and heads off on the 25 minute trip to Carthage. Arrive in this charming seaside suburb and enjoy a guided tour, marvelling at ancient landmarks and sweeping views of the coast. Learn how Carthage was destroyed by the Romans in 146 B.C. but that excavations since have revealed homes, sewage systems, and the remains of the city walls. Continue the tour to the picturesque Sidi-Bou-Said next, boasting panoramic views across the Mediterranean. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant and get a taste of regional cuisine. After lunch, return to Tunis and visit the impressive National Bardo Museum where you can find Roman mosaics, early Islamic ceramics, and rare Phoenician artifacts. The final stop of the day is the bustling Tunis Medina, a UNESCO listed location. Wander around the array of colorful stalls and soak up the unique mix of sights and scents. Mingle with the locals as you follow your guide towards the Al-Zaytuna Mosque at the center of the Medina. At the end of an unforgettable day, enjoy drop-off back to your hotel.

Tunis Port: Medina and City Tour for Cruise Ship Passengers

6. Tunis Port: Medina and City Tour for Cruise Ship Passengers

Start your morning early and leave your cruise ship to meet your guide at the port. Then, head to the old medina of Tunis, the beating heart of the city. Take the time to stroll through the medina's narrow and magical alleys. Admire its unique architecture and visit its most important monuments, learning about their history from your professional guide. Before returning to the port, spend some free time and exploring and shopping.  At the end of the tour, you'll be taken back to the starting point at the port.

Tunis Governorate: Full-Day Tour

7. Tunis Governorate: Full-Day Tour

Set off to explore Tunis and its surroundings. The getaway will start with the Old Medina, the economic heart of the city, and a monument classified as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Stroll through the narrow alleys and discover the monuments, the history, and the unique architecture of this site. Visit the famous Zitouna mosque, the Medresas, and the Kasbah. Then, head to the Bardo Museum, the richest in the world in terms of the Roman mosaics collection. Meet Virgil, Neptune, and learn more about the civilizations that occupied Tunisia. In the afternoon, discover the ruins of Carthage, the Punic city invaded by the Romans. Admire these monuments and discover the hill of Byrsa, the Punic port, the Antonine Baths, and other UNESCO World Heritage sites. At the end of the day, take advantage of free time to stroll in the alleys of Sidi Bou Said, with its white walls and blue doors which dominate the bay of Tunis.

From Tunis: Overnight to Kairouan, El Jem, Monastir & Sousse

8. From Tunis: Overnight to Kairouan, El Jem, Monastir & Sousse

Depart Tunis for Kairouan in an air-conditioned van and explore last two 9th-century Aghlabite Basins which were among the greatest waterworks of the Middle Ages. Proceed to the 7th-century Great Okba Mosque, the oldest mosque in North Africa. Nearby is the Mosque Sidi Sahbi (Mosque of the Barber), known for its minaret and beautifully tiled courtyards. Walk through the hustle and bustle of the medina (old city) and take a picture of the camel at "Bir Barrouta." Enjoy lunch on your own and free time to explore the medina.  Regroup and travel approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes to El Jem and admire its monumental amphitheatre. Built in the mid-3rd-century AD, it is the largest Roman monument left in Africa, and ranks 3rd in the Empire after those of Rome and Verona. One of the last large amphitheatres built during the Roman era, its architectural design is an improvement over that of the Colosseum of Rome. After the tour, continue to a guesthouse for dinner and overnight.  The following day, enjoy breakfast in the hotel before travelling 40 km to Mahdia. Visit the Skifa Kahla, a massive fortified gate that survives the original Fatimid city, and spend time exploring the souk (market). Regroup and travel 1 hour and 15 mintues to Monastir to visit its grand cemetery where Habib Bourguiba, Tunisia’s first president, was put to rest.  In Monastir, admire the old Ribat (fortress) which has been used as a location for films such as "Life of Brian" and "Life of Christ." Eat lunch in a local restaurant before travelling 20 km to Sousse. Wander through labyrinthic streets to visit the Grand Mosque, the Ribat, and the Dar Esid, a Tunisian Family House museum. Along with its enchanting medieval Islamic history, Sousse wears another hat as a modern resort filled with hamams and beautiful beaches. Visit the El Kantaoui port before meeting the driver for the return transfer to Tunis.

Traditional Tunisian Cuisine Cooking Class in Tunis

9. Traditional Tunisian Cuisine Cooking Class in Tunis

Start your class with a short overview of Tunisian food so that you can get to understand any particular last minute requests or preferences. Then continue on to visit the food and spice markets before returning to cook. The classes offer hands on instruction. The idea is for you to actually make the food in close contact with a traditional Tunisian chef. The approach is to prepare the components of a meal, usually consisting of several salads and a main course or two. You can vary this format to cater to your own tastes or specific interest areas, and your instructors are happy to teach you any Tunisian recipe. Because the classes are private, you have complete flexibility to adapt the class to anything you might want to do. The class will go at the right pace for you and cover what you would like to cover.

From Tunis: Wine Tasting Experience

10. From Tunis: Wine Tasting Experience

Visit the domain in Grombalia, a true return to the sources of Mediterranean viticulture which offers wines perfectly adapted to varying tastes. Visit the wine cellars to immortalize the moment and travel back in time to discover the underground treasures of wine, but also to understand the job of the winemaker. Taste the products of the vine which has been cultivated for a whole year. After that, taste three of the best local wines in three colors. Enjoy lunch (optional, according to the availability and according to the number of people), before returning to your place of residence.

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What people are saying about Tunis

Overall rating

3.8 / 5

based on 4 reviews

Fahmi was a wonderful guide. We had some troubles with our rented car and he even helped us with that and finding a parking spot. He made sure to adopt the tour to our needs and showed us some real cultural insights and some hidden gems in the city. He truly went above and beyond

Excellent experience thanks to Lamjed who knew how to make us discover the medina with little anecdotes and allowed us to dive into the history and culture of the city of Tunis.

Interesting tour of the modern and ancient city. The spectacular guide. He knows how to tell the story, point out the special points of the city

The tour guide was very knowledgeable. He tried to activate his German. He was very considerate of our wishes.

Top guide, very detailed and yet very entertaining. All requests have been met. Gladly again and again!!