Important tourist capital of Tunisia are the beaches length of 1300 km and a climate that allows kupayie almost year round. But not only that attracts tourists to Tunisia. Bardo Museum, the largest archaeological museum in the world has one of the richest collections of Roman mosaics, mosque in Kairouan - the oldest in North Africa, palm oases in Chott El Jerid give excellent dates, and on the island of Djerba is the most important shrine of North African Jews - sinagona La fungus.
Natural diversity to match the variety of cultures: the charm of the Mediterranean coral coast, steep mountains of the High Telya, endless steppes and plateaus, green oases - all in one small country.
All those who tried to seize certain coastal areas of the Mediterranean Sea over 3,000 years, have tried their hand in Tunisia: Phoenicians, Romans, Vandals, Arabs, Normans, the Turks and the French destroyed and built in Tunisia. But only a few have made their mark in the country: Rome, created agriculture, Baghdad, turning the country into a Muslim and brought Arab culture, Istanbul, shine architecture Tunisia thanks to the skill of its architects, and Paris, which brought French and European educational system. The influence of the East and the West has found fertile ground in Tunisia: modern culture and society of the country are the result of a harmonious combination.
The people of Tunisia is characterized by its tolerance - a virtue, which seems to be completely lost its western neighbor - in crisis Algeria.
Resolve conflicts in Tunisia peacefully - just as the November 7, 1987 was peacefully ousted President Habib Bourguiba state when his vice-president Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali announced a gray-haired dictator fallen into dotage, and took the reins in their hands. Tunisians, with their special sense of humor, named this bloodless coup "jasmine revolution". Jasmine flowers - symbols of Tunisia. Its bunches Tunisian women use as a decoration.