Northern Tunisia is an area in Tunisia. Northern Tunisia encompasses the governorates of Ariana, Bèja, Ben Arous, Bizerte, Jendouba, Mahdia, Monastir, Nabeul, Siliana, Sousse, Tunis, and Zaghouan. Central Coastal Tunisia, Saharan Tunisia
Popular destinations: Tunis
Tunis is the capital of Tunisia. With a population of around two million inhabitants, the entire city feels sprawling and somewhat chaotic.
Sousse is in Tunisia. Sousse is one of the older cities in Tunisia, possessing an authentic medina, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Kairouan and sometimes spelled Kairwan, Kayrawan or Al Qayrawan is a city in Tunisia.
Dougga is a small town in the north of Tunisia 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.
Monastir is a city in Tunisia and one of the best tourist destinations in Northern Africa.
El Jem is a small town in the east of Tunisia that holds the remains of a UNESCO World Heritage listed Roman amphitheater.
El Kef is a small city in northwest Tunisia. 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 Atlas Mountains.
Kerkouane is in Tunisia. A Phoenician city, Kerkouane was probably abandoned in 3rd century BC and, therefore, largely ignored by the Romans.
La Marsa is a beach-side settlement in Northern Tunisia.
Popular Destinations in Tunisia