Top attractions in Tunisia, visited by millions of tourists from Europe to enjoy the beaches along the Mediterranean. Sahara attracts quite adventurers during the winter months. Carthage is a modern city in the Tunisian capital Tunis area. Carthage, which is on the outskirts of the capital of Tunisia, was founded in 814 BC. BC and Roman city in North Africa.
Many of the sites are now ruins remains, but there is still plenty to see in this vast area, including the Roman amphitheater Antoninskite bathrooms (which were the largest baths built by the Romans) and Roman settlement. Carthage is on the list of World Cultural and Natural Heritage of Tunisia attractions. Sidi Bou Said is a town painted in a lovely blue-white color.
The city is situated on a cliff overlooking the Bay of Tunis. Follow the paved street up to the city and get a wonderful view of the blue sea and the marina. There are many small streets where you can wander around and great seating, where you can enjoy taste of a nice mint tea.
You can reach Sidi Bou Said by metro or train from Tunisia. Kairouan "the city of 50 mosques" is located about 160 kilometers south of Tunis and can be easily reached by car. He is the spiritual home of all Tunisians, it is the fourth most holy city of Islam. Towering Grand Mosque dates back to the 9th century.
Chott El Jerid is a lake that remains dry during the hot season, but sometimes in winter form water. Chott El Jerid is the largest lake in Tunisia and covers 5000 square kilometers and extends 200 kilometers from the border with Algeria all the way to the Mediterranean. The surface is composed of numerous crystalline salts which have formed a thick layer, which lies on top of another layer of mud.
This is a great way to experience to drive 65 km paved road from Tozeur to Kebili, which runs through salt lake. White space on both sides of the road will give you the sense that last forever. There are some small stops for refreshment along the way, most of them have odd sculptures of salt placed to attract attention. Archaeological sites of Dougga and Bulla Regia a World Heritage Site and is situated 110 km southwest of Tunis inside the mountain, in an area which is densely populated by Numidia. 3kv.km. landscape of Dougga offers some nice ruins remains, but as is the case with many archaeological parks in Tunisia, the best statues and mosaics have been transferred to the Bardo Museum in Tunisia. Among the most important are the ruins of the city and the theater. Nearby is another archaeological site, Bulla Regia, which has separate underground homes that Romans used during the hot summer months. The amphitheater of EL DJEM is the largest in North Africa and is part of the World Heritage towers all around it and you can see it for miles. The theater, which can accommodate 35,000 spectators, was built around 238g.