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4 Hours Culture tour itinerary for Tunis, Carthage & Sidi Bou Said: Unveil The Tunisian Delights

Tunis, Carthage, Sidi Bou Said

Nature
Nature Tour
Archeology
Archeology Tour
Culture
Culture Tour

Enjoy a half-day tour to discover Carthage National Museum and the city’s ancient ruins. Then, relax in a stunning clifftop town as you take a leisurely stroll through winding cobbled streets with your expert guide.

DAY 01

tunis- carthage- sidi bou said

  • Visit Carthage, founded in 814 B.C. The earliest settlements can still be seen on Byrsa Hill, just below the renowned Carthage National Museum. 

  • See the remains of two-port basins, evidence of Carthaginian mastery of the sea. 

  • Discover the Tophet, a burial ground and a sanctuary of ancient deities with your Tunisia guide.

  • Continue to Sidi Bou Said, a 5-kilometre drive from Carthage. This picturesque town is perched high on a clifftop overlooking the Mediterranean. 

  • Stroll through winding cobbled streets, and admire the whitewashed buildings with contrasting blue doors and ornate window grids.

  • Wander around the boutiques and shop for souvenirs or relax in a Moorish cafe. 

  • Afterwards, you’ll be dropped off back in Tunis.

  • 43 EUR Per Adult , 20 EUR Per Child
  • Car with driver

  • Guide

  • Pick up

  • Drop off

  • Water Bottle

  • Entrance Fees

  • Gratuities

  • Drinks

  • Pick up at 8:30 in Tunis at your Hotel.

Tunis, Carthage, Sidi Bou Said

Nature
Nature Tour
Archeology
Archeology Tour
Culture
Culture Tour
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Yahoo Travel

starting from
USD 52
Type of Tour

Private or Group Tour

Departures

This tour is offered throughout the year on the following days of the week.

  • Monday 08:14
  • Tuesday 08:14
  • Wednesday 08:14
  • Thursday 08:14
  • Friday 08:14
  • Saturday 08:14
  • Sunday 08:08
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