This country is small compared to its neighbors but packs in a large number of UNESCO sites. Quick road trip to El Jam – the 4th largest Roman Colosseum and one of the best preserved. The damage to the one side was from the Ottomans not wanting it used as a hiding place for insurgents.

Bardot Musuem – world famous and rightly so – however pretty sad they hadn’t taken the bullet holes out of the display cases. 

Goes to show how much they are struggling to deal with tourism drop and the violence.

The Ancient capital of Carthage sits just outside Tunis – nearby is baths, a villa, and a small colesseum. Carthage was one of the most powerful cities between 800 -200ish BC before the Romans dealt to them. In combination with the Phonecians they dominated the martime trade in the Med.

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