Tunisia is a magnificent country in North Africa that hides many secrets, it is a country of contrasts that makes it possible, in a single trip from north to south, to discover Roman remains, a Mediterranean coast, fortified medinas with mosques and souks.
The resurgence of this North African country inspires a trip that cannot miss these stops.
In Matmata you will be surprised by the troglodyte houses, dwellings carved out of stone in which the temperature is very regular, something really important in an area that suffers from a fairly extreme climate.
Hammamet, Sousse and Manastir
Its beauty has already seduced ancient civilizations such as the Phoenician, who settled in this area. In modern times, many of these enclaves have given rise to tourist towns, which fortunately preserve their historical heritage and Mediterranean essence.
One of them is Hammamet itself, which has the longest beach in the gulf, bordered by palm trees.
Sidi Bou Said
During your walk through Sidi Bou Said you will find many colorful corners where the houses combine the bright white color of their facades with the blue of the doors and windows, a style inspired by the villages of the Greek islands.
The Musée National du Bard
The Museé National du Bardo, with more than 100 years of history, is the most important museum in Tunisia and one of the largest in Africa. It stands out, in essence, for its famous collection of Roman mosaics extracted mainly from Carthage, Sousse and Dougga.
World Heritage. Especially noteworthy are the Antonio baths, but the entire complex located on the Byrsa hill is a delight for lovers of art and history. You can also visit the Cathedral of San Luis de Cartago and the Museo Nacional de Cartago in the vicinity.