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Djerba

Djerba, the largest island in North Africa. Its thousand-year history, beaches, rich culture and delicious cuisine. A Mediterranean paradise

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Flag of Tunisia

The flag of Tunisia, introduced in 1827 by Hussein II, symbolizes the country’s rich history and culture. Featuring a red field with a white circle containing a crescent and a five-pointed star, it represents the blood of martyrs, Islam, and peace. It remains a symbol of national pride and unity.

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The traces of Star Wars in Tunisia: tour of the film sets

The Tunisi.info page describes the Star Wars sets in Tunisia, an unmissable experience for fans of the saga. Includes locations such as Matmata (home of Luke Skywalker), Chott el Jerid (Tatooine Dune Sea), Tozeur and Ong Jemal (Mos Espa), Ksar Ouled Soltane (slave quarters), and Medenine (home of Anakin and Shmi Skywalker). Each site offers a unique combination of natural scenery and local architecture, making the tour an immersive journey into the “galaxy far, far away.”

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Discovering Tunisian Wine: History and Tastings

The Tunisi.info page explores Tunisian wine, highlighting its history and major wine regions such as Cap Bon, Hammamet and Sousse. It describes the varieties of red, white and rosé wines, and provides suggestions for tasting and food pairings. Tunisian wine, with roots dating back to the Phoenicians and Romans, offers a unique experience thanks to ideal climatic conditions and local winemaking tradition.

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Increase in tourism

Very comforting data arrive regarding the increase in tourism in Tunisia, these are the numbers declared by the Tunisian national tourism office (ONTT). The stats

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From Tunis to Hammamet

Our tips on how to reach Hammamet from Tunis. From Tunis to Hammamet, by car, there is little more than 65 kilometers to travel on the beautiful A1 , the highway that runs from Cairo, the capital of Egypt, skirting the entire North African coast to Dakar, the capital of Senegal.

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