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Sidi Bou Said, Tunis & Surrounds, Tunisia
Sidi Bou Said is a great place for shopping and taking some beautiful pictures.It is sometimes called 'Tunisian Santorini', for all the houses are white with blue roofs and doors. Every tourist should definitely climb the main road to the Mufti's Residence to find out more about Tunisian culture and customs, try the traditional tunisian Touareg tea and admire the beautiful panorama of Tunis.
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Sidi Bou Said, Tunis & Surrounds, Tunisia
It is indeed a very beautiful town, but you have to cope with a lot of salesmen who sometimes are too eager to sell something. Also there are busses of tourists coming to the little town, so it's always crowded with people. The view and the houses are beautiful, but the atmosphere can be very irritating.
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Carthage, Tunis & Surrounds, Tunisia
this old city is famous for its mosaic historical old town which face many ennemies as romans...the place is getting a bit bad because of the politic of tunisia which doesnt protect the area as it should be.
u can still admire the view over the sea and enjoy some architecture. do fast i am not sure it will last.
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Sidi Bou Said, Tunis & Surrounds, Tunisia
Sidi Bou Said is very mediterranean with vibrant blue and white buildings and a very fun feeling to it. The streets are great to walk up and down and the museums are wonderful. Very easy to get to from Tunis using the TGM system, and quite an experience. Beware the shopkeepers though, you can buy everything there for half price in Tunis' Old Medina!
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Sidi Bou Said, Tunis & Surrounds, Tunisia
c'est là où se trouve un palais du président, et on a voulu prendre une photo. des policiers sont arriver pour nous confisquer l'appareil ... heureusement que c'était un numérique et on a pu effacer uniquement la dernière photo !
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Sidi Bou Said, Tunis & Surrounds, Tunisia
Sidi bu Said is picturesque suburb of Tunis, where poets, painters and love couples find their refuge.
All buildings are painted in white and blue, and whole place is on the slope of the hill, that gives you beautiful view on the site of the Presidential palace.
Visit to this place was too short to enjoy it fully, and it is my only regret.
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Carthage, Tunis & Surrounds, Tunisia
hermosa ciudad, bien cuidadas las ruinas
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Sidi Bou Said, Tunis & Surrounds, Tunisia
Sidi Bou Said is an absolutely charming little blue-and-white city ... in fact, my favourite in Tunisia... there are a few museums and sights, but the primary pleasure of the city lies in its lively streets and charming tea-houses where you can sit and smoke sheeshas and have endless cups of tea ... the one up the white flight of stairs from the city centre offers fabulous views on the streets below and Cafe Sidi Chebanne has lovely views of the sea ... it is just amazing to while away time in one of these ... Sidi Bou Said was the getaway for several French writers like Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and Andre Gide ...and its white-washed buildings with blue doors and windows that have the most intricate designs on them are a treat ... quite reminiscent of Santorini in Greece ... get here on the train or coach ...
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Carthage, Tunis & Surrounds, Tunisia
Mind-boggling Roman ruins on Tunisia's northern coast... steeped in historical and archaelogical importance and absolutely amazing... don't miss it...not far from Tunis and the many toursit hotspots around it ...take your camera, hat and water...
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Gamart, Tunis & Surrounds, Tunisia
A convenient base to explore Carthage, Tunis, Nabeul and Sidi Bou Said...if you have taken a tour, its likely that you may be brought to a hotel here... though nothing much by itself to do in this place...
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