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Rue Ali Bach Hamba 2 | Avenue Habib Bourguiba 1st Floor,, Tunis, Tunisia
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Sidi, Tunis/Carthage and Bardo

During a stay in Tunisia we took in a trip including Carthage and Roman ruins, Sidi Bou Siad and... read more

Reviewed June 10, 2015
mick b
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Burton, United Kingdom
Interesting visit to Ex Saint Louise Cathedral L'Acropolium in Carthage

The catherdral was stunning inside, and although I don't know a lot about history is was an... read more

Reviewed June 6, 2015
Carol W
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Portsmouth, England, United Kingdom
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Jun 10, 2015
“Sidi, Tunis/Carthage and Bardo”
Jun 6, 2015
“Interesting visit to Ex Saint Louise Cathedral L'Acropolium in Carthage”
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Rue Ali Bach Hamba 2 | Avenue Habib Bourguiba 1st Floor,, Tunis, Tunisia
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Reviewed June 10, 2015

During a stay in Tunisia we took in a trip including Carthage and Roman ruins, Sidi Bou Siad and the Bardo Museum all in one day, lots of walking, and loads of information to ponder, look out for the ancient harbours of Carthage and the...More

1  Thank mick b
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Reviewed June 6, 2015

The catherdral was stunning inside, and although I don't know a lot about history is was an enjoyable visit. We were told that it was of French origin when they landed in Tunisia almost 1000 years ago.

Thank Carol W
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Reviewed June 6, 2015

Our guide was brilliant, very knowledgeable with lots of pride for his country. A beautiful place to visit. Only book through official rep and travel with TSS

2  Thank Jenny B
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Reviewed August 28, 2014

Went on a day trip to Tunis, Carthage and Sidi Bou Said with Thomas Cook. The morning visit was to Sidi Bou Said a very pretty looking village with the option to pay extra to see a typical house.The trip to the Roman ruins was...More

5  Thank stephanie s
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Reviewed April 3, 2014

At the cruise terminal, you have the option to choose Carthage, Medina or Sidi Bou Said tour by Taxi that can seat 4 or 6 persons. The Taxi tours are well managed by the taxi company personnels and the price is fixed but reasonable. We...More

13  Thank Branden2014
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Reviewed April 21, 2013

Went this trip with Thomas Cook while staying in Tunisia for a week. It included a visit to the Capital Tunis and a trip to the Medina. I went on my own as my husband isn't into sightseeing was a bit unsure about walking about...More

8  Thank highflyer92
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Reviewed January 23, 2013

I was on the MSC Splendida when we got to the Port of La Goulette. Naturally I booked the Carthage Tour and it was an awesome sight to say the least - Tunesia is rich in Carthagian and Roman Culture and our tour guide brought...More

9  Thank Christa E
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Reviewed December 2, 2012

We visited Tunis while on a cruise, we did a tour of the ancient carthage and its relics-it was interesting and well kept, not a vast area but worthwhile to see, though our guide wasn't too knowledgeable; I would like to state that the port...More

7  Thank Marie C
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Reviewed November 15, 2012

Tunisia is a treasure of CArthagian and roman culture.. I encourage evrey one to visit ant to learn more about this period.. The sculpters are amazing but you have to put a hut because if you are goung to visit it in sum

2  Thank dora-trav
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Reviewed September 8, 2012

Those who "hate rocks" will be bored. I loved it. Rich history, ewll organized... There is a lot to see.. to be honest not as much as in Greece but the ruins are beautiful, sculptures amazing, I would go there again.

3  Thank Tunisia_in_my_heart
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