A journey through Tunisian history

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Tunisia of antiquity left us many vestiges. The Carthaginian and Roman civilization offers the opportunity to immerse yourself in the past, to meet one of the most brilliant civilizations in history. Ancient cities such as Carthage and Dougga, testimonies of Punic civilization, the exploration of tombs that contained glass paste vases and amulets, terracotta masks designed to scare away evil spirits, have mostly been looted, but museums preciously keep what remains of gold and silver jewellery. This journey into the heart of history takes the visitor to sites that are mostly classified as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

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<p>Place of 14-January.</p> <p>Majestic volcano.</p> <p>Archaeological site of Dougga.</p> <p>Great mosque of Kairouan.</p> <p>Amphitheatre of El Jem.</p> Production of olive trees in the area of Thuburbo Majus. <p>Thermes spa.</p>

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  • Tunis
  • Carthage
  • Sidi Bou Saïd
  • Bizerte
  • Dougga
  • Zaghouan
  • Thuburbo Majus
  • Makhtar
  • Hammamet
  • Sousse
  • Monastir
  • El Jem
  • Kairouan
  • Kasserine
  • Oudhna
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Details of the stay: A journey through Tunisian history - 8 days

Day 1 : Bardo and Carthage Museum

Arrival in Tunis, installation hotel. Visit of the medina and the Bardo Museum, which has the most beautiful and richest collection of Roman mosaics in the world and archaeological and artistic treasures from Carthaginian, Punic, Christian and Arab-Muslim history. Then, from Carthage, a historic city, it is impossible to miss Antonin's baths, the Tophet, as well as the Punic ports, the last stop will be on the Byrsa hill, in Sidi Bou Said. Return to the hotel

Day 2 : Meeting the Phoenicians

Discovery of the archaeological site located on the site of an ancient port city founded by the Phoenicians in antiquity. The site is located 30 km north of Tunisia, near Bizerte. The day will not be too much for so many wonders

Day 3 : From the Punic city to the Roman city
Day 4 : The immense site of the ancient Mactaris

Departure to Makthar and admiration of its archaeological site. A relic of the ancient Mactaris, the site is one of the largest in the country. Then direction Sbeitla known in antiquity as Sufetula, the place gathers many remains.

Day 5 : Kairouan, in the land of the carpet

Visit of Kairouan which is full of several religious monuments of the highest order: the Great Mosque, the Aghlabides basins, and the barber's mausoleum. Kerouan is also known for its carpets made of thick wool, with diamond patterns characteristic of local know-how

Day 6 : The Tunisian Empire of Rome

Departure for El Djem, visit the Roman amphitheatre, the 3rd of the Empire after Rome and Capua, continuation to Monastir, visit the medina, the Ribat, the Museum of Islamic Arts, mausoleum of Habib Bourguiba. Extension to Sousse, visit of the Ribat and its medina

Day 7 : On the road to Tunis

Departure to Tunis via the 2 archaeological sites Oudhna and Thuburbo Majus on the road to Zahouane (Hammamet level). These sites are full of impressive monuments: the capitol, the amphitheatre, the large baths. Installation at the hotel in Tunis.

Day 8 : Back to the present....

Transfer and departure from Tunis Carthage airport

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