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One of North Africa’s jewels, Tunisia houses significant archaeological sites, superb Mediterranean beaches, and a rich past. Sunbathers will be delighted by the hundreds of miles long coastline, but Tunisia provides more than hedonism only, such as Tunis and Carthage, which are significant historic sites providing insight into this North African destination’s remarkable development throughout history. Cheap car hire in Tunisia can be arranged at most touristy places.

Tunis is the country’s capital and a paradise for culture vultures with the old Medina neighbourhood and the more modern Ville Nouvelle district, built by the French. The tourist highlight in Medina is the splendid Zitouna Mosque, which is also known as the Great Mosque. Roman Carthage’s ruins provided the construction material for this mosque. Dar Ben Abdallah, Dar Othman, and Dar Lasram are all former palaces and architectural masterpieces.

A railway connects Carthage to the Tunisian capital and it ranks among the country’s most valuable archaeological features. The largest part of Carthage’s ruins date back to the time period of Roman rule. The site is home to a theatre, Roman baths, and the Sanctuary of Tophet, which originally functioned as a place for religious sacrifices. Reaching Carthage by road is possible by arranging cheap car hire in Tunisia.

Driving further south, visitors will reach the town of Tozeur that offers magnificent architecture. Meticulously, in patterns arranged bricks, is what most structures were built of. The fascinating Dar Charait Museum displays an outstanding ceramics collection as well as pieces of decorative art. Travelling by a horse-drawn coach that takes passengers through the ‘palmeraie’, which is one of Tunisia’s largest oasis, should not be missed.

North Africa’s tiniest nation, Tunisia, is crammed with interesting attractions and sites. The long coastline provides many sun-soaked beaches that attract a steady stream of holidaymakers throughout the year. The more adventurous traveller will appreciate the range of exciting, water-based activities. It takes just a few days to explore the entire capital city of Tunis on foot. Many other rewarding destinations can be reached by booking cheap car hire in Tunisia.