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The population of this city is 700,000.
Whether you're young of age or just young at heart, Dah Dah Happy Land Entertainment Park is the spot for you!
You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy visiting the Tunis Zoo! Visitors of all ages will have lots of opportunities to admire its fascinating animals through a variety of well-thought-out exhibits.
Don't let your exercise routine fall by the wayside on holidays. Improve your downward dog or simply give your legs a good stretch at Belvedre Parc.
Get some breathing space with a visit to the seaside. Stake out a scenic spot, breathe in deep and delight in the ocean views at La Goulette Beach.
If you're seeking a few quiet places to unwind and maybe learn a thing or two, you can't go past the Bardo Museum and the Carthage Museum. Ask about guided tours or just study the interesting displays at your own leisure. The Salammbo Oceanographic Museum and Palais Khereddine are also top choices for museum nerds.
If you want to understand the now, the best way is to look to the past! For a glimpse into the defining people and events that have helped make this area what it is today, make your way to the Musée de Carthage.
Eager to discover a few historically significant attractions? A few hours at the Bab el Bahr and Place du 14 janvier 2011 will give you a better understanding of Tunis' past. If that doesn't satisfy the history nerd in you, extend your sightseeing to the Antonin Baths and North Africa American Cemetery and Memorial.
They were certainly trying to be extravagant when they created Dar Lasram and Dar Ben Abdallah Museum, and they certainly did a good job of it! For more of the good life, take in the striking architecture at Dar Othman and Palais Ennejma Ezzahra.
Get a fill of both spirituality and history at St. Louis Cathedral and the Zitouna Mosque. Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul and Carthage Acropolium are some other historically significant houses of prayer to put on your list.
Designed to commemorate remarkable events and lives from Tunis' past, Souq Trouk and the Kasbah Mosque hold an important place in the community. You might also like to pay your respects at the Mosque of Youssef Dey and Tourbet el-Bey, a couple more historic structures worth discovering.
If you have a love for learning, why not stop at the University of Tunis El Manar, one of the area's top learning institutions? Don't forget to find out about group tours before you head there.
This destination is a dream for shoppers. You can grab whatever you need and a great deal more at Carrefour Market and Souk El Attarine. Next on the agenda is Municipal Market or Souq el Berka, where you'll discover a whole new selection of inviting outlets to look through. After all, a shopaholic can never have too much retail therapy!
Theatre de l'Etoile du Nord and the National Theatre of Tunisia are some top entertainment venues. Why not find out what's going on and make a night of it?
Snap a few photos as you explore the National Library of Tunisia.