Visit of El Jem (Thysdrus) Roman amphitheater, the third biggest & the best-preserved one in the Roman world. Terminate with the visit of the famous Museum of El Jem.
See the old Ribat of Monastir, which is the oldest fortification built by Arab conquerors in the 8th-century.
Explore The old Ribat of Monastir, the oldest ribat built by the Arab conquerors during the Muslim conquest of the Maghreb
Visit El Jem amphitheater and museum
Have lunch in El Jem
Explore The Bourguiba mausoleum with a guide
Departure to El Jem from your Tunis centrally located accommodation. The visit starts with El Jem’s amphitheater is the main attraction and is one of Tunisia’s most visited sites. This monumental amphitheater, built in the mid 3rd century AD (230-240 AD), is the largest Roman monument left in Africa and ranks 3rd in the Empire after those of Rome and Verona. Being one of the last large amphitheaters built during the Roman era, its architectural design is an improvement over that of the Coliseum of Rome.
Lunch at a local restaurant. Moving to Monastir to visit The Ribat of Monastir, an Islamic defensive structure, It is the oldest ribat built by the Arab conquerors during the Muslim conquest of the Maghreb. It is also the most prominent monument in the city of Monastir.
After the Ribat this tour takes you to the Bourguiba mausoleum, the final resting place of the first president of the Tunisian Republic, Browse at your own pace until it’s time to return to your hotel.
Hotel pickup and drop-off from Tunis or Hammamet
Transport by air-conditioned private car
Hotel pickup and drop-off from hotels in other cities