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Top-Rated tourist attractions in Tunis – Experiencing the wonders that Tunis behold

Tunis is the definition of a country that is small but most certainly very rich. With a treasure-trove of exquisite attractions, there is plenty to enjoy in a place like Tunis.


Tunis Medina

The ambience is one of the biggest highlights of Tunis. The country as a whole has a pleasant vibe about it and the Tunis Medina is one of the best places to enjoy this vibe in all of its glamour. This age-old Arab walled town is known as the Medina and everything from the traditional souqs to the architecture on the many buildings has Arabia written all over it. If you are looking to get your hands on street food and good quality souvenirs this is probably one of the best places in the country. However, make sure you sharpen your haggling skills for you will need quite a bit over here. For those of you staying at The Residence Tunis by Cenizaro, the Tunis Medina can easily be accessed.



Chebika is what a palm farm looks like and the picture in its entirety is perfection in a nutshell. Chebika has nestled far away from the city and is a great place to relax amidst a tranquil setting. Located at the foothills of the famous mountains of the Djebel el Negueb, Chebika feels like an oasis of paradise. With lush waterfalls and endless palm trees, you can easily carry away in the beauty of Chebika.



Tunisia has a few beautiful shores and Hammamet happens to be one of them. One of the most popular attractions in Tunisia, the Hammamet has a serene feel to it. Once up a time Hammamet was nothing but a mere fishing village that was surrounded by lemon groves, today, however, the picture is far different for it is one of the most successful resort towns in the country.


Sidi Bou Said

Sidi Bou Said is one of the most picturesque spots in the city. Perched at the top of a cliff this region flaunts some of the most beautiful traditional buildings all of which are coloured in a combination of white and brilliant blue. Overlooking the Mediterranean Sea this picture that is straight off a postcard has been considered by many to be the prettiest little town in all of Tunisia.


The Sahara

Of all of the Tunis attractions, nothing beats experiencing Tunisia in its most authentic form. Surrounding this city is wide expanses of golden desserts and the best part is the famous Sahara Desert happens to be one of them. The largest desert in the world this is one part of you Tunisia that visitors absolutely must experience. You need to arrange a separate tour to visit Sahara but once you go there you will realize that it was well worth it.