Sports Tourism in Tunisia

Sports Tourism in Tunisia

When daily life has begun to wear you down and you find yourself in need of a relaxing – but active – vacation, Tunisia should be at the top of the list for potential destinations. This is because the country, which sits at the most northern point in Africa, provides…

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A Brief Guide to Shopping in Tunisia

A Brief Guide to Shopping in Tunisia

Let’s be honest: shopping is a crucial part of any holiday. Whether you’re a dedicated mall rat back home, or simply interested in finding that one souvenir to remember your time in a foreign country (something to place on the shelf where you keep your souvenirs , you’re going to…

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Accessories Shopping in Tunisia

Accessories Shopping in Tunisia

Tunisia offers an exciting and vital Medina. The medina is a collection of streets and alleyways filled with a colorful array of wares and markets. If you want to purchase Tunisian accessories, the Medina is the heart of your destination. There are two main streets for shopping, the rue de…

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Where to Shop in Tunisia?

Where to Shop in Tunisia?

You would be extremely surprised at how easy it is while traveling in Tunis to pick up those few souvenirs that are a must have during any form of traveling. Although Tunis, the capital of Tunisia, is not known for its expansive shopping malls and high rise buildings featuring large…

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Couscous Recipe

Couscous Recipe

Couscous is a versatile dish, easily adaptable to whatever ingredients you have around you, be it lamb, poultry, or fish; it can even be made as a vegetarian dish featuring just vegetables. It is one of the most well-known dishes to originate in the Tunisian-region. Ingredients: ½ kilo meat of…

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Tunisia Language

Tunisia Language

Tunisian people speak what is called Tunisian Arabic, a type of Arabic that is used by over eleven million people. Tunisia people call it Derja, meaning dialect. Derja is used all over Tunisia into parts of Algeria and Libya. Tunisian Arabic is a spoken kind of Arabic. Berber is spoken…

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How to Enjoy Your Gap Year in Tunisia

How to Enjoy Your Gap Year in Tunisia

Taking a gap year is a good way to push pause on your academics, network with people all around the world, gain valuable life experience (particularly the kind which can’t be obtained in a class room) and of course, have fun. A gap year, for those unfamiliar, is not necessarily…

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Holidays in Tunis

Holidays in Tunis

A beautifully cultured city, Tunis is located on the Mediterranean Sea, behind Lake Tunis and the port of La Goulette. Tunis extends along the coastal plain and the hills that surround it like a jewel on the edge of the sea. Tunis is built on a hill slope down to…

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Top 10 Hotels in Tabarka

Top 10 Hotels in Tabarka

It might not be the hub for budget flights and hold the tourist appeal that some areas of Tunisia boast, but Tabarka is still an interesting location for a lot of visitors. You can benefit from last minute Thomas Cook offers that won’t break the bank, and come visit Tabarka!…

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Top 10 Tunisia Hotels

Top 10 Tunisia Hotels

Tens of the best hotels in the Mediterranean are located in Tunisia We read and collected plenty of travelers reviews across the web, and we came up with this article presenting the best 10 hotels in Tunisia nowadays… Enjoy! 10. Club Soviva, Port El Kantaoui The Club Soviva is an…

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