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Bordering the Mediterranean Sea and Sahara Deserts, Tunisia boasts a variety of all-inclusive holidays showcasing beautiful beaches, great cultural excursions and more.
- Flight time: Approx. 5 hours
- Passport & Visa: No visa required for UK passport holders
- Currency: Tunisian Dinar
- Time Zone: GMT+01:00
- Language: Arabic
Taking influence from Carthaginian and Phoenician civilisations Tunisia is rich in culture with an abundance of art in the form of sculptures, glasswork, masks and architecture. Becoming a holiday hotspot for tourists this African destination also hosts many festivals and summer events. Partake in a cultural excursion to discover the hidden treasures of Tunisia.
Food distinctive with spices and baked in olive oil are present in Tunisian cuisine, like its neighbouring Mediterranean nations. Harissa is an integral part of many dishes often combined with other sauces and gravies. The staple dish of Tunisia is a pie dish with eggs, meat and vegetables.
Receiving temperatures typical of the Mediterranean you can expect the summer months to reach well into the late 30’s and exceed 40°C. Whereas the winter months will be milder with spells of rain. Deserts are present in more inland areas and the south, which receive little rainfall.
Things to do
With copious excursions and history, Tunisia provides endless options of discovery as well as peaceful sandy shores with crystal-clear waters. Head to the quaint town of Hammamet, which provides beautiful beaches and a great place to shop and relax. There is also the El Djem Amphitheater, a well-preserved piece of Roman heritage and the picture-perfect clifftop village of Sidi Bou Said
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