The Bardo museum has been closed since July 25 after exceptional measures were imposed by President Kais Saied, including the suspension of parliamentary sessions. The Bardo is hosted in buildings adjacent to that of the parliament, the entrances to which are closed. Tour operated without a visit to the Bardo Museum.
Visit the ancient city of Carthage, a seaside village, and the Tunis medina on a full-day tour from Tunis that includes lunch and round-trip transport from your Tunis centrally located hotel. This 8-hour tour takes you to two of Tunisia’s 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in a single day.
Visit the Punic city of Carthage
Have lunch in La Goulette
Stroll through the Tunis Medina with a professional guide
Explore the famous archaeological site of Carthage
Hotel pickup and drop-off from your hotel in Tunis or Hammamet
Start the day with pickup at your Tunis hotel. Make the 25-minute trip to Carthage in a comfortable, air-conditioned car, and spot some of Tunisia’s most exclusive villas along the way. Explore the city with your guide, taking in ancient landmarks with sweeping views of the surrounding coastline. Learn about how Carthage was famously destroyed by the Romans in 146 BC, but excavations have revealed homes, sewage systems, and the remains of the city walls.
After visiting the UNESCO-listed archeological site, continue to Sidi Bou Said, a blue-and-white, picturesque village that looks over the Mediterranean. Pause for lunch at a local restaurant, then return to Tunis to visit the Bardo National Museum, whose exhibits display Roman mosaics, early Islamic ceramics, and rare Phoenician artifacts.
Make the final stop of the day in the Tunis medina, the city’s UNESCO-listed old city. Follow your guide through the narrow streets to the Zitouna Mosque, a traditional cap-makers market, and Tunis colorful perfume market. This tour concludes with drop-off at your hotel in Tunis.
Licensed tour guide
Hotel pick-up and drop-off from your hotel in Tunis or Hammamet
Transport by private vehicle
Hotel pickup and drop-off from hotels in other cities
Bardo Museum closed on Monday