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As the capital of Tunisia, Tunis (TUN) is a popular destination for city breaks. Due to its geographical location, it stays warm here all year round, occasionally achieving more than 30 degrees in the summer months. Today, Tunis (TUN) is balanced somewhere between tradition and modernity, and it shows in the cityscape. It is a combination of oriental and European influences. Holidaymakers taking a tour through the old town will take in many sights and historical buildings. A trip to the surrounding area is also highly recommended. If you want a beach holiday, you should go to a different city in this country, as Tunis (TUN) itself has no suitable beaches.
The city's oriental and European influences can be discovered on a stroll through the city centre. Book your Tunis (TUN) flights now and visit the Old Town, which has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. About 20,000 people live here and know their way around the back streets. As a visitor, you should definitely take a peek into the winding streets, as there are many little shops and stores here. The Ez Zitouna Mosque, one of the country's most important mosques, is at the heart of the Old Town.
Visitors to Tunis (TUN) will of course also find many historical sights. Book your Tunis (TUN) flights now and explore the city. If you're interested in art, you'll love the National Archaeological Museum in the Le Bardo district. Beautiful mosaics from Roman times are exhibited in an impressive palace building. Other interesting museums include the Islamic Museum, the Museum Dar Ben Abdallah and the Postal Museum. Culture lovers will also feel right at home in Tunis (TUN) as there are also some operas and theatres here, such as the Lyric Theatre Studio and the National Theatre. If you're looking for a bit of peace and quiet, why not take a trip to Belvédère Park or Parc Habib Thameur?