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Pedaling Through History: Explore Carthage on a Half-Day Bike Tour

Embark on an unforgettable journey through time by visiting the ancient ruins of Carthage, one of Tunisia’s most popular attractions. Take part in a half-day guided bike tour of the archeological site, covering a distance of 8km, and discover the rich history of the ancient Phoenician city with the help of a knowledgeable private guide. Pedal through the ancient city and explore the fascinating landmarks that have stood the test of time, including the punic ports and sanctuary, the Carthage aqueducts, the baths of Antoninus, and the acropolis of Byrsa. With a UNESCO World Heritage Site as the backdrop, you’ll be transported to another era as you learn about the city’s historical significance. For your convenience, you can upgrade to an electric bike for easier maneuvering, and all necessary bicycle and safety equipment is provided to ensure your comfort and safety

Price : On request


  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • Professional guide
  • Use of bicycle
  • Use of helmet
  • Entry/Admission – Tophet de Carthage
  • Entry/Admission – Site Archeologique de Carthage
  • Entry/Admission – Baths of Antoninus
  • Entry/Admission – Villas Romaines

What to expect


Tophet de Carthage

Carthage was a significant city in the ancient world, and it was home to several Punic sanctuaries, including the Tophet. The Tophet is perhaps the most famous Punic sanctuary in Carthage, but there were others as well. These sanctuaries were sacred spaces where the Carthaginians worshipped their gods and performed various religious rituals.

Punic Ports & Museum (Pass By)

The Punic Ports of Carthage are ancient harbors that were constructed by the Phoenicians in the 6th century BC. These ports were vital to the economic and military success of Carthage, as they facilitated trade with other Mediterranean powers and allowed Carthaginian warships to launch expeditions and conquests across the sea.

Saint Louis Cathedral (Pass By)

Byrsa Hill is a prominent hill in the city of Carthage. It was originally the site of the ancient Phoenician city of Carthage, and later served as the acropolis of the Roman city.

Carthage Aqueduct

The Carthage Cisterns were built during the Roman era to collect and store rainwater for the city’s inhabitants. The cisterns consist of a network of underground chambers and tunnels that were built to channel and collect water from the surrounding hills.

Baths of Antoninus

the Baths of Carthage are one of the most impressive landmarks in the ancient city of Carthage. These Roman public baths were built during the reign of the emperor Antoninus Pius in the 2nd century AD and were among the largest and most elaborate bath complexes in the Roman world.

Roman Villas

Roman villas are ancient structures that were typically used as country houses or rural estates during the Roman Republic and Roman Empire periods.

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