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Tunisia is a nation that can claim to have a foot in two continents. Its Mediterranean coast has a very European feel with modern beach resort developments, international restaurants and designer label shops. To the south lie the mysterious and magnificent sands of the Sahara with dramatic desert settlements and architecture so strange that movie directors routinely use it to signify alien planets. It's a destination that has much to offer travelers, from luxurious spas to a romantic oasis, from evocative Islamic edifices to classical ruins. Online accommodation specialist has partnered with a diverse selection of Tunisia hotels to ensure that visitors can find the perfect rooms for their stay, whatever their requirements or budget. Booking Tunisia accommodation in advance is the ideal way to enjoy this exotic destination.

What's Tunisia Like?

On the Mediterranean, Tunisia hotels in welcoming and vibrant towns like Sidi Bou Said, Sousse and Monastir offer all the amenities of a European beach resort. Heading further south the country takes on a different aspect. Kairouan is one of the seven holy cities of Islam with the highlight the 7th-century Sidi Okbar or Great Mosque. Before the Islamic conquest this was a Roman province. The north has numerous classical sites, but the well-preserved ruins of the town and temple at Sbeitla are less crowded. South of the charming oasis town of Tozeur the landscapes are both startling and strangely familiar from their use in the Star Wars movies. The distinctive buildings of Matmata and the ancient Berber cave villages around Tatouine are still remarkable sights even if they have been strolled repeatedly by Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Tunisia

A few French phrases are very handy in Tunisia even if they are just used to fend off the persistent salesmen in the souks and markets of northern Tunisia. In the south, souvenir sellers tend to be more gentle and the prices more attractive. Female travelers should be sensitive about wearing appropriate dress, particularly in rural areas or near religious sites. Tunisian cuisine combines French and African influences. The familiar snack eaten everywhere in Tunisia is the brik, a kind of fried triangular pastry usually filled with egg but occasionally with tuna or ground meat. These can be exquisite or excruciating, depending on the kitchen. provides a wealth of information to allow visitors to find the Tunisia hotels that most suit their needs, offers certified reviews from previous guests alongside detailed photos and sample room descriptions to give a clear picture of what visitors can expect from their Tunisia accommodation.

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