M1. Before the gates of the capital
Tour of the suburbs of Tunis, to the harbor of La Goulette, to the excavations at Carthage, the picturesque Sidi Bou Said and hotels Gammarth.
M2. Villas and water buffalo
The focus on this route - once luxury villas Utica, an old fishing harbor of Bizerte and Preserve Lake Ishkel.
M3. "The Tunisian Switzerland"
In the fertile valley Medjerda excavations settlement since Roman times: Dougga, Tuburbo Majusi and Zaghouan.
The route leads from Tabarka in the north-west past the ruins of the Numidian-puniysko-Roman city of Bulla Regia upstairs to the cork oak forests in the hill country Krumiri.
M5. In the Cap Bon region
One of the most beautiful places in Tunisia is a peninsula that ends at Cape Bon. The tour starts and ends in Hammamet and passes through places fishing and seaside resorts.
M6. Roman cities in the desert
By Numidian and Roman granary tourists even today travel through vast fields, where the excavation site just follow one after the other
M7. At Cape Africa
Along the sandy beaches of Sousse, Monastir and Mahdia into the country, where the center of the Sahel with its olive groves stands the Roman amphitheater of El Jem.
M8. Island of Djerba
On the island of Djerba, in this tourist paradise, with endless sandy beaches and hotel complexes many interesting historical places on the coast and inland.
M9. By Berbers in Matmata
The harsh Dahar plateau located in Matmata Berber villages with their subterranean dwellings. The tour includes a visit to secluded mountain villages.
M10. Ring tour Ksara
Castles and secret underground dwellings in the desert and in the harsh mountains - familiarity with the archaic way of life.
M11. Great Eastern Erg
Golden-yellow sand dunes, Bedouin tents, rare wells and green palm oases - the roads of the desert route is via the Great Eastern Erg, the Tunisian part of vast Sahara.
M12. Through Chott el Jerid
Was once a deadly path through the marsh covered with legends. Today it is possible to cross the causeway. In Duse tourists waiting for a lively market.
M13. Lima Tripolitanian
In the mountain oases of the south-west once guarded the Roman legions, protecting the province of Africa from the Bedouins. Today, on this harsh edge to travel by train "luxury."
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