The Affordable, Off-the-Beaten Path Mediterranean City You Need to Visit

Published On 12/20/2019 Published On 12/20/2019
Sidi Bou Said
Swap out the crowds of southern Europe for the mosques and mosaics of Tunisia. | Max shen/Moment/Getty Images
"Of all the places I have gone, rarely have I felt as welcomed as I was in Tunis."
The Al-Zaytuna Mosque is the oldest in the Capital of Tunisia. | Jess Kraft/Shutterstock
Walk through this free-standing in the Medina arch known as Bab el Bhar. | Anton Kudelin/Shutterstock
Gaze up at the Acropolium of Carthage, also known as the Saint Louis Cathedral. | Keren Su/Photodisc/Getty Images
Carthage is home to many ancient ruins, including Byrsa, which was a walled citadel. | Nico Tondini/Getty Images
Gammarth is known for its seaside resorts, shops and hotels. | Mashhour/Shutterstock
Up your Instagram game with a stroll down Sidi Bou Said's shopping district. | eFesenko/Shutterstock
Baths of Antoninus: ancient bathtubs. | Nataliya Hora/Shutterstock
Try to plan your trip to Tunis between mid-March and mid-June. | Curioso/Shutterstock
Taxis are going to be your best option for getting around Tunisia. | StockPhotosLV/Shutterstock