High 10 Greatest Locations to Go to in Tunisia
Tunisian bucket list: 10 Best Places to Visit in Tunisia
NThe northernmost tip of southern Africa is ancient Tunisia. It is a melting pot of cultures, ranging from Roman, Arab, and French, to name a few. Aside from the spectacular scenery found in its area, Tunisia is also known for its presence in Star Wars IV, beautiful beaches, and sandy beaches that embrace its surroundings. If you are looking for a cheap vacation that will surprise you, this is the best place to visit Tunisia.
Hammamet Lake in Tunisia
This picturesque Tunisian town is known for having one of the most sought after beaches in the country. If you’re looking for a family vacation with lots of water events and games, the place is going to be a gem.
What makes this place so special are the Roman palaces, which can give you Greek happiness.
Locations in the Sahara Desert near the reserve, Chebika, Tunisia photo via Depositphotos
After a day of bathing, you can head to Chebika, a mountainous paradise in western Tunisia.
Because the country looks like the sun, this part of Tunisia is known as Qasr el-Shams, meaning “House of the Sun.”
More pictures of the English Patient video were shot at the site of the Chebika oasis. That being said, no Star Wars episode IV: A New Hope was shot in the area.
Chott el Djerid
A beautiful sunset over the Chott el Djerid ocean, Sahara Desert, Tunisia photo via Depositphotos
This unique place is one of the best in Tunisia. Situated in the Sahara Sea, its Arabic name translates as “Lagoon of the Land of Palms.”
What makes Chott el Djerid a well-known part of Africa is the Sahara’s largest ocean, with more than 2,700 square miles[2,700 sq km]. If you are looking for pictures of stars and memorable experiences, tourist is a must see.
Photo of Djerba Island Tunisia via Depositphotos
From the largest ocean, our list goes to a small island in southern Tunisia. The island of Djerba is noted for its white sand beaches and the cultural economic influence of its culture and design.
One of the must-see beaches in Djerba is Lagoon. It consists of pure white water and emeralds that are resting for you to see and enter.
Being one of the tourist destinations, Djerba is accessible through many avenues. You can reach them by plane, train, or bus. Buses are available throughout the day, and traveling at night.
Photo by El Haouaria via Depositphotos
If you have come to Tunisia for a swim and much more, El Haouaria should check your interest. It is home to about 9,000 people, which gives you an idea of what it is like.
Aside from being a great place to relax and stay, most visitors find a nice place to climb.
When you pass your time at sunset, you will be drawn to the endless sea and lush green landscapes.
Photo by El Jem Amphitheater via Depositphotos
The game has been known as the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979.
The impressive ruins of North Africa’s largest colosseum, a large theater with a capacity of 35,000 spectators, are located in the small village of El Jem. This third-century monument commemorates the greatness and size of the Roman Empire.
The Romans have built some of the most famous places in the world, and El Jem is a very interesting one.
Grand Mosque of Kairouan, Tunisia, portrait via Depositphotos
From El Jem, the list goes to another UNESCO World Heritage Site, also known as Al Qayrawan. If you’ve seen the Arabic attraction, then!
The Umayyads founded the city, and have become an important center for many Islamic activities, such as the study of the Quran.
You will find many mosques in this city, including the Great Mosque Of Kairouan. You can also take a walk on the picturesque streets of Medina (old town) and see the spectacular views from the nearby socks.
Ground houses. Troglodyte House. Photo by Matmata, Tunisia via Depositphotos
The town of Matmata is probably one of the most exciting cities to visit in Tunisia. Most of his houses were built and dug a hole in the ground, which will be used as rooms. Some of these underground chambers are connected by canals.
If you love Star Wars a lot, you would be watching Matmata’s summary in movies. Star Wars Part IV: A New Hope and Star Wars: Part II – Attack of the Clones were here. Luke Skywalker’s world house Tatooine is a hotel in Matmata.
If you’re a Call of Duty gamer, this town will look great. Your behavior could have damaged a radio bridge and a German oil depot outside the town via COD.
Berber Indian with a camel trekking through the Sahara Desert photographed via Depositphotos
From the bustling town, you can stay for a day or so across the world’s largest desert. The Sahara Desert is so vast that it can be reached from many lands. Tunisia is one of the gateways to this beautiful paradise.
If you are a fan of The Little Prince of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, you have another reason to visit this place.
Once in the Sahara, you can ride a quad bike, filter sand, see wildlife, and see the sunrise or sunset than ever before. There is also a fireplace and stargazing in the Sahara, which can be a lot of fun on your trip.
Ribat of Monastir
Ribat in Monastir in Tunisia photos via Depositphotos
Tunisia has many ancient fortifications, and the Monastir side is one of the must-see places. Ribs are a form of Islamic defense that played a key role in Tunisian history.
You will also see a hundred steps leading up to the site, which were a tool for connecting in ancient times. If you are interested in history and war, this place is a must see!
Travel and Tourist Packages in Tunisia
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