Holidays in Tunisia
Holidays in Tunisia are the warm Mediterranean Sea, beautiful beaches, colorful markets, interesting sights.
The main types of recreation in Tunisia
- Sightseeing: on an excursion you can see the ruins of Carthage, admire Roman mosaics and a collection of historical artifacts in the Bardo Museum, stroll through the narrow streets of the Old City (Medina), admiring Arab architecture, temples and museums (Zitouna Mosque, Dar Ben Abdallah Museum), around the quarter Souk el-Attarin, where, if you wish, you can acquire spices, perfumes, fragrant incense. Those who wish can stroll along the central street of Tunisia - Habib Burjiba Avenue, look at the indoor market and Belvedere Park, famous for the zoo and Dah-Dah amusement park located here..
- Beachfront: Tunisian beaches are located in an ecologically clean area rich in vegetation. So, it is worth relaxing on the well-groomed beaches of Pedruchillo and La Goulette. There you will find playgrounds for playing volleyball and tennis, you can rent a boat, jet ski, catamaran, have a snack in a cafe..
- Active: everyone can go diving (you can admire the reefs, a rich underwater world, sunken ships), yachting, surfing, go sea fishing, play golf.
- Thalassotherapy: in Tunisian spa salons they offer to make therapeutic mud wraps and take advantage of other cosmetic procedures (sea water, mud and algae are used), and in thalassotherapy centers - to improve their health for those suffering from eczema, frequent respiratory diseases, etc..
The price level for tours to Tunisia depends on the season. The best time to visit Tunisia is between May and October. An increase in prices is observed in June-September (high season) - on average, vouchers rise in price by 50-80%. In winter, the weather gets worse (rains, dusty winds), but it is still quite warm here, so in order to save money, you can come to Tunisia at this time of the year (prices for accommodation, spa procedures are reduced).
On a note!
You should not walk around the capital in too open outfits. In addition, you should not drink tap water in the city, despite the fact that it meets the standards, as well as purchase peeled fruits and vegetables..
As a souvenir of your vacation in Tunisia, you can buy chests and baskets made of palm leaves, a Berber-style carpet, silver jewelry, embossed products, oriental sweets, “sand rose”, hookah, wooden and stone figurines of African animals, wine, spices.
Leaving Tunisia, keep in mind that you cannot take out antiques and national currency from here, and when you take out carpets and silver jewelry at customs, you will be asked to present a purchase receipt (do not forget to take it from the store).
Tunisia - recreation and tourism