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Places to explore in Tunisia

Founded by the Berbers in the 2nd millennium BCE, the city of Tunis has been controlled by Phoenicians, Romans, Arab Muslims, the Ottomans, the Spanish, the French and the Germans, finally achieving independence as the capital of Tunisia in 1956. This history has made Tunis a mélange of ancient and modern cultures. The medina is a network of narrow alleyways, mosques, mausoleums, palaces and a souq where shoppers haggle over the price of everything from filigreed gold to inexpensive souvenirs.
Set on the Gulf of Hammamet, Monastir’s white-sand beaches, palm-lined promenade, and historical landmarks offer an appealing alternative to coast’s busier resorts. Add in year-round sun, vibrant souks, and a relaxed ambience, and you have one of Tunisia's most inviting destinations.
Djerba Island
A large island, approximately 20 by 20 kilometres, Djerba lies just off the northeastern coast of Africa, in southeastern Tunisia, near the Libyan border. Set on the Gulf of Gabes, the island is known for an eclectic population of residents and tourists, splendid beaches and picturesque villages that feature distinctive, square, whitewashed houses. Houmt Souq is the one large town, with bustling markets and lively outdoor cafes. Djerba, which offers a pirate's castle and fortress-like mosques, is believed to have been the inspiration for Homer's Odyssey. Accessible from the south of Tunisia, a road originally built by the Romans connects the island to the mainland.
Sitting where the Phoenician colony of Hadrumetum once stood nearly 3,000 years ago, the modern-day Sousse is a resort destination, especially popular with Europeans. Sometimes called "the Pearl of the Sahel" (referring to the central section of Tunisia's eastern shoreline), Sousse is prized for its excellent beaches. Arab-Islamic since the 7th century AD, the city has many fascinating attractions, like the 9th-century Great Mosque, and its medina is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Take your camel to bed at this oasis town in southwestern Tunisia, home to a staggering 200,000 palm trees. Long prosperous due to its setting on the Sahara-crossing camel caravan routes, Tozeur is known for its quality Deglet Nour dates, its beige brick architecture, and its 14th-century medina (Ouled El Hwadef), where the fascinating Dar Chariet Museum houses many early artifacts, including jewelry and ceramics. Tozeur also served as a Star Wars movie series backdrop.

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  • There are 5 airports in Tunisia and the 5 biggest are
  • Habib Bourguiba Intl Airport (Monastir)
  • Right now, 3 airlines operate out of Habib Bourguiba Intl Airport.
  • Habib Bourguiba Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 6 cities.
  • Every week, at least 6 domestic flights and 7 international flights depart from Habib Bourguiba Intl Airport.
  • Tozeur Airport (Tozeur)
  • Every week, at least 3 domestic flights depart from Tozeur Airport.
  • Carthage Airport (Tunis)
  • Right now, 23 airlines operate out of Carthage Airport.
  • Carthage Airport offers nonstop flights to 35 cities.
  • Every week, at least 20 domestic flights and 173 international flights depart from Carthage Airport.
  • Melita Airport (Djerba Island)
  • Right now, 5 airlines operate out of Melita Airport.
  • Melita Airport offers nonstop flights to 7 cities.
  • Every week, at least 16 domestic flights and 12 international flights depart from Melita Airport.
  • Sfax El Maou Airport (Sfax)
  • Right now, 2 airlines operate out of Sfax El Maou Airport.
  • Sfax El Maou Airport offers nonstop flights to 3 cities.
  • Every week, at least 6 international flights depart from Sfax El Maou Airport.