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Full-Day Tour of Carthage, Sidi Bou Said ,Bardo Museum and Medina of Tunis.

Explore the fascinating back-stories of Tunis on a full-day private tour, led by a history-loving guide. Discover the highlights of this enchanting city, including the ancient ruins of Carthage, the National Bardo Museum, the iconic Sidi Bou Said Lighthouse, and the bustling Medina of Tunis. With private transport and a personal guide, you’ll have the opportunity to delve deep into the city’s rich cultural heritage and learn about its history, art, and architecture.

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Price : On request


  • Professional guide.
  • Private transportation
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off.
  • Lunch in the medina of Tunis
  • Entrance fees to Carthage and Bardo Museum

What to expect


The bardo musuem

Located on the outskirts of Tunis, The Bardo Museum occupies a former palace belonging to the Husseinite beys. the museum has an unrivalled collection of Roman mosaics dating from the 2nd to 4th centuries AD that once adorned the homes of some of Roman Africa’s wealthiest citizens.

The medina of Tunis

The Tunisian Medina, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has been a bustling hub of life for over a thousand years. Its narrow alleys, ornate mosques, and vibrant markets create an enchanting atmosphere, while its colorful doorways open onto ancient palaces and magnificent mansions that offer a glimpse into the city’s rich and fascinating history.


Savor a delectable lunch at one of the top local restaurants in the Tunisian Medina, and enjoy the unique atmosphere of this culturally rich area.

The city of Carthage

Founded by the Phoenicians, Carthage is an extensive archaeological site, located on a hill dominating the Gulf of Tunis and the surrounding plain. Metropolis of Punic civilization in Africa and capital of the province of Africa in Roman times, Carthage has played a central role in Antiquity as a great commercial empire. During the lengthy Punic wars, Carthage occupied the territories that belonged to Rome, which then destroyed its rival in 146 AD. The town was rebuilt by the Romans on the ruins of the ancient city.

Sidi Bou Said

Sidi Bou Said is known for its distinctive blue-and-white buildings and stunning sea views. This charming village has inspired artists and writers for centuries, including the famous Swiss painter Paul Klee, who lived in Sidi Bou Said during the early 1900s. The village is home to numerous art galleries, cafes, and shops.

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