The streets of Tunis hold a lot of history. Depending on what you're doing on your visit in Tunis, whether it is a getaway for cold-soaked Europeans to the beaches of the southern Mediterranean, or to gather what has made Tunis such a historical corner of the world, one thing you should definitely do is get on a historic attractions tour to see the Moorish architechure that once penetrated into Spain and France, to which the French made a colonial protectorate when it became powerful enough to rule lands far from its own. Tunis is a picturesque place that has been made by many historical occurrences, and understanding what went into making such a unique, stable corner of a relatively violent and underdeveloped Africa can do wonders to grow the human spirit and have hope for humanity when the dust all settles.
Avenue Habib Bourguiba, Tunis 1000, Tunisia
Ghor el Melh Lake, Ghar Al Milh
BP 48, Hammamet 8056, Tunisia
La Marsa, Carthago, Tunisia
Ghor el Melh Lake, Ghar Al Milh, Tunisia
Stade 7 November, Tunisia