Although Tunisia is a country in Africa, it has its roots in many cultures and traditions. Roman, Punic, Byzantine, Jewish, Arab, Islamic, and Christian influences make Tunisia the country of extremes it is today.
Tunisia may be a small country, but there is an abundant amount of things to see and do here. Museums with world-famous mosaics, some of the oldest mosques in the world, mining of sodium nitrate, archaeological cities, and even spray-painted urban art are just some of the activities for you and your family. Some medinas are virtually untouched, while others have amusement parks. From the Mediterranean coastline to the Grand Erb in the Sahara Desert, Tunisia will delight the senses.
It isn’t on everyone’s vacation radar. That’s a good thing! Less “touristy” and more authentic experiences await in a land renowned for its hospitality.
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