Sidi Bou Saïd

The picturesque village of Sidi Bou Said is an unmissable destination, perched on a cliff, overlooking the Gulf of Tunis and Carthage.

Acropolium of Carthage

St. Louis Cathedral, now called Acropolium of Carthage, was built in 1890 in honor of King Saint-Louis of France (Louis IX), on the very spot where he died, achieving the 8th and final crusade. The Acropolium is now a cultural venue for meetings, exhibitions and concerts. Read more

Museum of Carthage

The National Museum of Carthage located on the hill of Byrsa in the heart of the city of Carthage in Tunisia is one of the two main archeological museums of Tunisia along with that of the Bardo. Read more

Museum of Bardo

The Bardo National Museum is one of the most important museums of the Mediterranean Basin and the second museum of the African continent after that of Cairo in Egypt. Read more

La Medina of Tunis

The Medina of Tunis, a world heritage site by UNESCO, is located in the heart of the capital. It was founded 66 years after the death of the prophet of Islam Mohammad. Read more

Sidi Bou Saïd

The picturesque village of Sidi Bou Said is an unmissable destination, perched on a cliff, overlooking the Gulf of Tunis and Carthage.

Acropolium of Carthage

St. Louis Cathedral, now called Acropolium of Carthage, was built in 1890 in honor of King Saint-Louis of France (Louis IX), on the very spot where he died, achieving the 8th and final crusade. The Acropolium is now a cultural venue for meetings, exhibitions and concerts. Read more

Museum of Carthage

The National Museum of Carthage located on the hill of Byrsa in the heart of the city of Carthage in Tunisia is one of the two main archeological museums of Tunisia along with that of the Bardo. Read more

Museum of Bardo

The Bardo National Museum is one of the most important museums of the Mediterranean Basin and the second museum of the African continent after that of Cairo in Egypt. Read more

La Medina of Tunis

The Medina of Tunis, a world heritage site by UNESCO, is located in the heart of the capital. It was founded 66 years after the death of the prophet of Islam Mohammad. Read more