Although Libya is not a country open to tourism at all, has the potential to do so. Its Mediterranean coast is the main attraction but for those who enjoy visiting historical places the Greco-Roman ruins of Libya, in both region of Tripolitania and Cyrenaica, are an archaeological treasure. Though Tolmeita is not as extensive as Cyrene, I must admit that was more enjoyable. It is fascinating experience, especially when you can see the water channels, Byzantine cisterns and ponds where they were stored. I walked all the ruins of ancient city on a Friday, where my husband and I, we were the only visitors, contrary to Cyrene always full of visitors. I enjoyed it, it was like traveling back in time. The ruins are waterfront in an area visited by swimmers, women should not go alone and whether they will enjoy the water should do it with baggy clothes, for respect to the traditions. Remember that Libya is a traditional Muslim country.
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