Favorite places

ninikins

New Member
#1
What is your favorite city in Tunesia and why? What place do you remember after your holiday?
 

Grace 111

Active Member
#2
During your holiday how many days do you spend celebrating it? We are getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving here on November 22nd. I usually cook a huge meal such as meat, dressing, mashed potatoes, yams, cranberries, and pumpkin pies. My brother-in-law is coming for a visit from North Carolina.
 

ninikins

New Member
#3
Sorry I did not quite get that to be honest :)
 

Grace 111

Active Member
#4
You right. This is about favorite places in Tunisia. What are the top destinations in Tunisia?
 

ammulu

New Member
#5
I heard that Sousse & Hammamet are great places to visit, I never visited them till date but just awaiting to plan my holiday. Some more time to go for it.
 

Essem

Moderator
Staff member
#6
Hi Ammulu, There are so many beautiful places to visit in Tunisia. I've lived there for several years now and have visited most of it. The north tends to be a bit more European and the south more Arabic/African - totally diverse - so something to suit everyone. I have so many favourite places there. I love Bizerte and Tabarka in the north and Douz and Tozeur in the south (west). Have gone over to Kerkannah many times - it's quiet and so calm and visited Djerba about 2 years ago, went over by ferry and took the road link back to Zarzis and then on the Ben Guardine (not sure of spelling!) to do some shopping - most things there are a fraction of the cost elsewhere as goods are brought over from Libya.
 

ammulu

New Member
#7
Wow essem, you have really given a wonderful picture of the whole places. It provides a clear view of the places around Tunisia. It truly seems to be a beautiful place essem.
 

Essem

Moderator
Staff member
#8
Hi Ammulu, Tunisia is so diverse and there is something for everyone. Do you visit often? Where have you stayed when you've been there?
 

fiona

New Member
#9
I know that I will looking to visit the Tour de France, and Carthage. The history of these places are intense and I would love to see all of the architecture too.
 

Grace 111

Active Member
#10
Favorite places in Tunisia are full of architecture. The Roman influence, and modern markets mix together with a graceful lines. I love all of the sea coasts bustling with people. The blue of the water is uncanny.
 
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