Tunis is a huge city with many surprises. The Tunisian capital is nestled a few kilometers from the Mediterranean Sea. Many tourists come here every year by ferry using CTN (Compagnie Tunisienne de Navigation). Tunis seduces by its exotic charm. Belvedere Park is a real oasis in this city steeped in history. It brings together a lake, gardens, a museum of modern art and a zoological park. La Marsa beach is also worth a visit if you want to enjoy an unforgettable stay in Tunis. Sun, sea with azure reflections and relaxation await you there. Are you a water sports enthusiast? Take advantage of your trip to Tunisia to sail or jet-ski.
This tourist attraction is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the past, the medina of Tunis was enclosed by a huge wall. You had to go through doors or bab (in Arabic) to access it. The most famous of them still exists, Bab el Bhar, also known as the Porte de France. The medina of Tunis is prized for its rich architectural heritage. His timeless residences are the result of a mixture of Turkish, Andalusian and European influences.
Among the must-see sites are also the Torbet El Bey museum and the Great Zitouna Mosque. Do not leave the medina without visiting its many souks. The lively shops are full of small treasures such as fabrics, perfumes, goldsmith's items, etc. Don't forget to buy yourself a fez, this famous red hat typically Tunisian, as a souvenir of your trip.
Located nearly 10 km from Tunis, the port of La Goulette serves the ports of Italy and Marseille. This cruise terminal is surrounded by many must-see sites such as the Carraca fortress or the fish market. Before reaching the port of Tunis, pass through one of the city's hammams to finish your escapade in style.