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Tunis Carthage.

The Roman Empire comes alive with this action-packed all-day excursion to the ancient city of Carthage. Originally settled by the Punics or Carthaginians, the Romans conquered the city in the year 146 BC in their quest to control the world and their influences remain today. Our fascinating trip back in time begins with a visit to the Roman Baths. Behold the impressive views emperors once had overlooking the Mediterranean Sea while having a bath. The Villas Romaines, another stop on our tour, lets you envision what life was like in a typical Punic community. You will even see a typical Carthaginian dwelling where a family once lived. Romans definitely loved their entertainment. While gladiators have abandoned their armour, Carthage’s amphitheatre has impressed and dazzled theatregoers and concertgoers for centuries. Concerts and plays are still held today in this magnificent edifice. After bidding farewell to the Romans, our tour will stop at the picturesque village of Sidi Bou Said. Perched above the Mediterranean Sea, this whitewashed town will make you feel like you have gone to Greece instead of Tunisia. Sidi Bou Said’s breathtaking location has been attracting famous artists and writers for many years and you will discover why by wandering down one of its tiny streets. Flowering pots and lush greenery are set against the white buildings and the omnipresent sea in the distance. Do not miss the souk or local market where you can buy loads of souvenirs and Tunisian delicacies before returning to the hotel. The Roman Empire comes alive with this action-packed all-day excursion to the ancient city of Carthage. Originally settled by the Punics or Carthaginians, the Romans conquered the city in the year 146 BC in their quest to control the world and their influences remain today. Our fascinating trip back in time begins with a visit to the Roman Baths. Behold the impressive views emperors once had overlooking the Mediterranean Sea while having a bath. The Villas Romaines, Meeting point: Pick-up from the hotels. Duration: 10 hours approximately. Start/opening time: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 7.40am. Languages: English.