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HOTEL "Carthage Thalasso Resort" Gammarth, Tunis



Tunis is the most populous city and the capital of Tunisia. It is also the capital of the governorate of the same name since its creation in 1956. Located in the north of the country, at the bottom of the Gulf of Tunis from which it is separated by the Tunis Lake, the city extends over the coastal plain and the surrounding hills.

A modest village in the shadow of Carthage, Kairouan and Mahdia, it was finally designated the capital on 20 September 1159, under the Almohads, then confirmed in its status under the Hafsid dynasty in 1228 and at the country's independence on 20 March 1956. Its Old City reflects the cultural influences of the many empires that once ruled here.

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Tunis is an old city; you can see the remains of many ancient civilizations and their culture in harmony with Turkish culture. The old versus the new, the traditional versus the modern is a conflict a visitor often observes.

Offering a wide range of alternatives, Tunis welcomes its dear guests with special dishes for all tastes. A variety of Mediterranean cuisine f with a variety of specialties of incomparable taste. 40 hotels and more than 50 restaurants offer tourists an exceptional quality of stay. Have o look at the video:

Having started the day with a Tunisian breakfast, which is famous for its diversity, you may take a trip to the Sidi Bou Said where you will encounter an entirely different environment. You may enjoy the sun and the sea or prefer to ride a bike if you like.

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Alternatively, you may opt to take a city tour in The Medina of Tunis which is worth the time. Beginning your tour at this labyrinth of narrow streets, you can sightsee many religious monuments (Ezzitouna mosques, zaouïas...). The narrow streets were lined with shops selling souvenirs and gifts (Souk) that will remind you of your Tunis experience. After that, you can cross to see the cathedral Saint-Vincent-de-Paul and the synagogue of Tunis, two great places of worship for the Christian and Jewish communities.

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Home 5 Finally, you can try the tasty dishes of Tunisian cuisine at any of the restaurants at Medina and La Goulette or eventually drop by the coast of Gamarth to enjoy the rest of the magnificence and beauty of Tunis by night.
On the other hand, Sidi Bou Said, one of the most charming corners in Tunis, will invite you to drink some Arabic coffee or Tea and enjoy the view on-site.


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The official language is Arabic. French and English are usually spoken in tourist areas.

Time zone
Tunis time zone: Central European Time. UTC Offset: UTC +1

The electrical system in Tunsia operates on 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. The power plugs and sockets are of type F, thus you will need a voltage converter and plug adapter to use U.S. appliances.

Telephone Calls
The dialing code of Tunisia is +216.

The local currency is Dinar (currency code: TND). Dollars and Euros can be easily exchanged in hotels, authorized banks, and exchange offices. International debt and credit cards (Visa and Master Card) are accepted in most places.

Tip & Tax
Taxes are included in the labels, tips are up to you.

QUINTA TRAVEL AND EVENT Montassar Ben Abderrahmen
Hiba building - N° 1 - , Rte yasmine hammamet , 8050 Hammamet
Tel : (+216) 72.226.945
Mobile & whatsapp : (+216) 55 222 110