Northern Tunisia

Northern Tunisia is an area in . Northern Tunisia encompasses the governorates of Ariana, Bèja, Ben Arous, Bizerte, Jendouba, Mahdia, Monastir, Nabeul, Siliana, Sousse, Tunis, and Zaghouan. Tunis–Carthage International Airport

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is the capital of . With a population of around two million inhabitants.

is one of the older cities in , possessing an authentic medina, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The ruins of are in , 15 km north of .

, sometimes spelled Kairwan, Kayrawan or Al Qayrawan, is a city in .


is a city in 160 km from . Set along a superb coastline with a blue sea and …

is a small town in the north of that holds the extensive ruins of a Roman town, set on a hilltop, overlooking surrounding valleys with olive plantations, featured on the UNESCO World Heritage list.

is a small town in the east of that holds the remains of a UNESCO World Heritage listed Roman amphitheater.

is in . Located on the north coast approx.

is an upscale suburb of and a resort in .

is in . is the oldest touristic center in the country.

is a village in . The best time to visit is early autumn or spring, before the …

is a small city in northwest . The city is built onto the southern face of the Jebel Dyr Mountain, which is part of the Tebersouk Mountains, the eastern end of the High .

is in . A Phoenician city, was probably abandoned in 3rd century BCE and, therefore, largely ignored by the Romans.

is a beach-side settlement in .

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