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Cruises visiting Tunis & all Tunis cruises for  2019

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Tunis, the capital of the Tunisian Republic and its largest city, is situated on the large Gulf of Tunis. It may be but a slim wedge of North Africa’s vast horizontal expanse, but Tunisia has enough history and diverse natural beauty to pack a country many times its size. The city takes you by surprise with its modern conference halls, hotels and banks, and bright yellow taxis rushing passengers to business lunches. It has all the hustle and bustle of a modern Mediterranean city. Steel and glass blend with the baroque, and palm trees look down on chic boutiques, gardens and cafes.

However, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Medina with its 700 monuments that include: palaces - such as Bey’s Palace that comprises a range of architectural styles; mosques - including the Great Mosque and the Zitouona Mosque dating from 698; mausoleums; and fountains dating from the Almohad and the Hafsid periods, are what most visitors love to explore. These, put together with the beautiful ancient city walls and gates, and one appreciates that this is the best preserved urban location in the Arab world. To the south, visit the ever-enchanting sands of the Sahara and observe the traditions of the indigenous Berbers.

Tunis is refashioning itself as an ambitiously modern Arab capital, though both its long Ottoman and not-so-distant colonial past still have a powerful, palpable presence. Be sure to visit: the souks, a network of covered streets lined with shops and traders and artisans; cathedrals and churches; beautiful parks and gardens such as the Belvedere Park that is also home to the Zoo and the Museum of Modern Art; and the Bardo National Museum that has one of the richest Roman mosaic collections in the world. Tunisia is also prime territory for a straightforward sun-sand-and-sea holiday.

Cruises visiting Tunis in 2020

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Viking Sun cruises

245

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Viking Sun cruises

$115,995

$473

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