The land of Tunisia situated close to Italy on the world map is a small paradise that holds both wonderful sights of greenery and a little bit of dessert too. The Mediterranean Sea from here looks quite exquisite too. Tunisia needs to be experienced by all those who love to travel.
Powdery light beige sand covers the pristine beaches of Tunisia. The turquoise waters just seem to be calling out to you as it glistens in the sunlight. The tropical heat is just perfect for a laze on the beach and maybe get that beautiful tan on!
Amphitheatre of El Jem
Built in 238 AD, this outdoor entertainment hall is one of the most well-preserved pieces of architecture in the world! El Jem has a capacity enough to accommodate 35,000 people. It is so famous that this amphitheater was featured in movies too. There is also a sort of otherworldly charm to this piece of history.
An ancient city that dates back to the 8th century BCE! Yes, that long indeed and even though the elements have taken its toll on the buildings, the city still stands as proudly as it did when it was once the capital of Punis.
Sidi Bou Said
This is village is one of the most enchanting villages in the Mediterranean! With blue roofs and white structure, this place looks as though it had been stolen from Greece! Visit and find your accommodation at The Residence Tunis by Cenizaro and don’t forget to explore the other Tunisia attractions in the area.
Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+