The tiniest country in North Africa, but with its historical and archeological richness, can be likened to the rare pearl of North Africa. The objective of this site is to attract the attention of the wise and curious intellectual on a multi-millennial civilization! Indeed, Tunisia covers only 163000 km² but despite this requirement, managed to have a maritime front to the north and east over 1400 km, a mountainous climate, steppe, Mediterranean and Saharan .. But what is this? she has this other Tunisia? What makes the so unique so special and so rare in the position that is hers? What was the origin of the choice of the Phoenician queen, founder of "kart Hadasht" or Carthage, the choice of the Gulf, the promontory of Byrsa Hill, etc.?

Ruins of Carthage
Sidi Bou Saïd
Old Port of Bizerte
Colosseum ElJem


El Jem - Sousse - Monastir - Mehdia

For El Jem, there will be a visit of the famous amphitheater, and the museum. For the city of Sousse, visit its famous medina, its wall and its museum.


For the city of Monastir, viiste beautiful ribat dating from the 10th century! As for the city of Mahdia, we will visit its wall and its monumental entrance and its port

Hammamet - Nabeul - Haouaria

Departure from Tunis to Nabeul and visit museums and open spaces and open to the public.


Continuation to ElHawaria, tip located at the north-east end of Tunisia, visit the magnificent Punic-era kerkouene site, the kelibia fort at the top of the seaside town, the unique site of the antonin baths, the piles Carthage, and the famous "caves" of Elhawaria where locals celebrate the festival of the hawk every year!

Dougga - Bulla Regia - Simitus - le Kef

Could be done in just one day or more (depending on the length of visits, overnight in Hotel Thugga if necessary)


Among the rich mini sites of the Roman era to visit: "Mustis" near Dougga, "Zama" near Siliana and Ain Tounga not far from Testour.

Tunis - Carthage

We will visit the Bardo Museum, famous for its mosaics and statuary of Roman times but also for the remains of the Punic and Byzantine era.


Then walk inside the medina and its vestige period Muradite and Husseinite, continue to Carthage and visit the monuments of the "great" Carthage. During the visits of these sites, we will discuss the Channani discourse as they define themselves or these phoinikes as the Greeks make known, one of their major thinkers calling them the ultimate distinction: "thalasso bio toi" or people from the sea, living from the sea ...
Continuation of the visit of the northern suburbs with the splendid village of Sidi Bou Saïd nestled on the mount of "Manar" it is called the hill of the lighthouse, burial place of the holy man who gave his name to the village.

Thubarbo majus - Zaghouan

Departure to the city of Zaghouan 60km from the capital, visit the water temple, "nympheum" of the Roman era and the Andalusian district.


Then return to Thubarbo majus El Fahs following the route of the Adriatic aqueduct that provided drinking water to Carthage. On the way to the first destination, we must mention the site of the Oudhna, the Roman Uthina, whose excavations are not yet finished but which, strange for this rural city, has one of the most important capitoliums. impressive Roman world ...

Utique - Bizerte

Departure from Tunis to "Utica": the first site founded by the Phoenicians at the end of the 2nd millennium BC ancient capital of Roman Africa (before Carthage)!


Famous for its magnificent Roman villas from the 3rd century AD. We will visit his museum. Continuation to Bizerte, a city both historical and tourist with its Spanish fort and its beautiful medina of Andalusian time. Note in the extension of Bizerte, Roman hypo diarritus, the site of El Meleh station or porrto farina.

Cultural Guide

Mohamed Hichem Béji

The author, of this site is someone who has spent most of his life making known these historical and archaeological wonders almost to the whole world through brief or more detailed visits to all well-known sites, or less known from all over Tunisia. The name is Beji Med Hichem cultural tour guide specialized in archaeological sites of Roman times. Interested culture enthusiasts should know that the author of the site can express himself in both French, Arabic, English and Italian, and that he is fully informed on all sites previously reported.

Visiting day start at 8 oclock am and end at 5 (sunset time). In summer time visiting days end around 18.30

It is important that the reservation be done with a comfortable margin to allow time for the author to rent the motor vehicules and hotels if needed. is at least five to seven days in advance.




Sidi Bou Saïd - Tunis

Phone Numbers

+216 98 426 501 / +216 71 740 549