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Tunis
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Sidi Bou Said
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The southern Tunisia
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The Bardo Museum
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The Medina of Tunis
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The Downtown Tunis
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The archaeological site Carthage
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Hunting : Opening of the season
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Belvedere Park
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The beautiful sandy beaches
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Tunis

Tunis, political and economic capital of Tunisia, is a modern and dynamic city which has kept its traditions and authenticity. Greater Tunis, which now has over 2 million inhabitants, is the largest urban agglomeration which includes four governorates: Tunis, Ariana, Ben Arous and Manouba.
Located in the north east of the country, in the heart of the Gulf of Tunis on the most beautiful shores of the Mediterranean, the city enjoys a strategic and privileged position between Europe and Africa.
In the shadow of the mighty Carthage since its inception, Phoenician and Roman, Tunis acquires its commercial and military position with the Arab conquest to the eighth century. It will become the second city after Kairouan.
Under the Almohads in 1159, Tunis became the capital of Tunisia. She in turn is going to experience the arrival of the Hafsids, Christians of France, the Spanish Andalusian Muslims and Jews in the Ottoman Empire, Husseinite, French and even Germans (during WWII).
This wealth of civilizations is the wealth of a city with many faces. Welcoming and proud, traditional and modern, urban and authentic ... discover together Tunis, a city where life is good in any season!

Sidi Bou Said

Discover an amazing place, a haven of peace between sky and sea, characterized by its white houses with blue doors. Sidi Bou Said, a former fishing village built on a hill with breathtaking views of the Gulf of Tunis, is the stronghold of the arts, relaxation and disorientation.
To visit:
• Coffee or Coffee Alia mats with mythical staircase
Coffee or Café Sidi Chebaane delights
Ennejma Ezzahra Palace of Baron d'Erlanger, Centre of Arab and Mediterranean Music
marina of Sidi Bou Said with its magnificent boats, a cafe and club sports

The southern Tunisia

Begin our journey to southern Tunisia in the region of Tataouine Ksours to admire the beautiful, large barns fortresses, such as those of Chenini, Ksar Ouled Soltane, and Guermessa Douiret

We then visit to Matmata and its amazing cave houses dug into the mountain.

Arrived in Douz, "Gateway to the Sahara" we admire the beauty of the sand with golden reflections and its great Dune Ofra. We participate in a fabulous camel camel and spend a night in the desert.

North of the Chott El Jerid Nefta we find his famous trash, old town & its brick houses, the park, Oung Jmel & Reguette the dunes.

A Tozeur we visit the gazebo, the park, the old quarter of Ouled el Hadef, and the Museum Dar Cheraït and brick.

In search of beautiful mountain oasis we head Chebika, Tamerza Mides and admire their beautiful waterfalls, canyons, wadis and palm trees.

Finally we visit the Gorges of Selja to board the tourist train to The Red Lizard Metlaoui

The Bardo Museum

Visit one of the most important museum of the African continent. The Bardo Museum, discover the largest collection of mosaics and antiques in the world! You'll find artifacts dating from prehistoric times.
• Prehistory and early history
Libyco-Punic
• Classic
Coin
Islamic
Ethnographic
Excavation underwater Mahdia
The museum is open from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (November-April) and 9H to 17H (May to October).

The Medina of Tunis

Built in the seventh century, the Medina is a small fortified town walls. Since 1981, the Medina of Tunis is part of the international heritage buildings classified by UNESCO.

To see and enjoy:

· Great Mosque Ezzitouna

Hammouda Pacha Mosque ·

Youssef Dey Mosque ·

· Mausoleum Tourbet el-Bey

· The Centre for Art and Popular Traditions in Dar Ben Abdallah

· Souk el-Attarine market perfumers

· Souk el-Berka, jewelery market

· Essakajine Souk, market for leather goods

· Souk El Blat, medicinal plant market

· Souk El Leffa: carpet market and traditional clothes

The Downtown Tunis

Let yourself be seduced by the charm of this mythical Avenue certain that some call the Tunisian Champs Elysées. Stroll along the central avenue lined with ficus trees, you sit in cafes and restaurants, discover its shops and cultural venues.
To see and enjoy:
• Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul
Municipal Theatre

The archaeological site Carthage

This upscale suburb of the city of Tunis contains the cradle of civilizations that populated Tunisia. You will find the remains of the powerful Carthage, the triumph of Rome, the brief Christians.
To see and appreciate (www.patrimoinedetunisie.com.tn)
Hill Byrsa
St. Louis Cathedral
National Museum of Carthage
Roman Amphitheatre
Antonine Baths
Punic Ports to Salammbô (Commercial Port & Harbour war)
Roman Circus
Roman villas
Sanctuary of Tophet

Hunting : Opening of the season

Opening and closing dates for the season of 2013- 2014 of hunting 

Espèces de gibier

Ouverture

Fermeture

Lièvre, perdrix, alouette, caille sédentaire et gangas : y compris la chasse à l’aide du faucon et épervier, et ce, uniquement le vendredi et samedi

29/09/2013

24/11/2013

Sanglier et hérisson : pour la chasse touristique

29/9/2013

26/01/2014

Sanglier : uniquement les gouvernorats de Tozeur, kébili, Gafsa, Gabés

29/09/2013

20/04/2014

Pigeon ramier : palombe

10/11/2013

23/03/2014

Bécassine, canards : colvert, pilet, souchet, sarcelle d’hiver et d’été, fuligules milouin, morillon et foulque macroule, oie, poule d’eau, vanneau huppé et pluvier : la chasse u gibier d’eau à la passée débute une heure avant le lever du soleil et se termine une heure après son coucher.

20/10/2013

23/03/2014

Grives et étourneaux : chasse au poste avec possibilité d’utilisation du chien pour rapporter le gibier abattu et ce uniquement dans les gouvernorats de l’Ariana, Manouba ,Ben Arous , Nabeul, Zaghouan, Bizerte, Béja ,Jendouba, Kef, Siliana et Sfax.

03/11/2013

23/03/2014

Bécasse : sa chasse n’est autorisée que dans les zones forestières des gouvernorats de Jendouba, Bizerte, Béja, Nabeul, Le Kef, Ben Arous et Zaghouan avec possibilité d’utilisation du chien.

10/11/2013

23/03/2014

Caille de passage : chasse à l’aide de l’épervier dans le gouvernorat de Nabeul.

06/04/2014

05/06/2014

Le pigeon biset et tourterelle et sédentaire : chasse au poste et sans chien

13/07/2014

07/09/2014

Les gangas : chasse au poste et sans chien

13/07/2014

07/09/2014

 

Belvedere Park

Oasis of freshness in the city, the park proportions misleading. If the input shady place Pasteur evokes a simple public garden, it is actually a very large space, through roads that can be explored on foot or by car. Landscaped hillside, the park harmoniously flower is planted with many species (pines, palms, ficus, eucalyptus, olive, etc.)..

Zoo entrance

When the heat stifling city, this concentration of greenery is then a real lifesaver. The park is also adorned with various facilities.

Tunis Zoo, which houses over an area of thirteen acres, 155 species of African wildlife: flamingos, elephants, lions, monkeys, jackals, black bear, etc.. Around one million visitors visit each year, number increasing steadily. The park also includes a coffee Andalusian style with a terrace and an artificial lake with ducks. Nearby attractions are installed for children and ice-cream and sweets.

The beautiful sandy beaches

Enjoy the sea, the beautiful beaches with golden reflections and walks along the water only 15 minutes from downtown Tunis.
Sidi Bou Said
La Goulette
Gammarth
La Marsa
Carthage