Archaeological sites

Owing to the splendor of the world’s largest collection of Roman mosaics, the prestigious vestiges, countless ancient sites and monuments including several outstanding are considered World Heritage , Tunisia is a major destination for cultural tourism. Its discovery will take you to meet the big heritage of Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Andalusians, Turkishes… as a mosaic in which it holds the finest specimens. Tacapes Tours takes care of you from your arrival until your departure from Tunisia and invites you to dive into the world of archeology through its organized and tailor-made tours accompanied by professional guides with great historical, cultural and linguistic knowledge, to discover the best archaeological sites of Tunisia.

Carthage was one of the most powerful cities of the ancient world and spawned the powerful …

Dougga, the ancient Thugga in Tunisia is the location of the extremely well-preserved ruins of …

El Jem Amphitheater in Tunisia is known as Thysudrus Amphitheater is an incredibly large and …

Kerkouene is one of Tunisia’s most precious archaeological sites because so far it is unique. …

Bulla Regia is a significant Ancient Roman archaeological site in Tunisia with a fascinating set of …

Thuburbo Majuslies in a beautiful valley surrounded by hills, and is one of the most important …

Utica is an ancient city northwest of Carthage near the outflow of the Medjerda River into the …

Oudhna is one of the oldest colonies in Africa. It dates back to the time of Augustus, who lived …

The Temple of Water in Zaghouan is a key element in the national park of Djebel Zaghouan. Orginally …

Sbeitla in Tunisia was once a flourishing ancient city, the spectacular remains of which are among …

Haidra, the ancient Ammaedara, is considered one of the oldest Roman cities in Africa. …

The archaeological site of Mactaris lies beside the town of Makthar. It seems that the foundation …

Chemtou is barely 16 km away from Bulla Regia and, as the latter, lies in the heart of Numidian …

Gightis is an ancient site situated in the south-east of the country on the edge of the Gulf …

Tubernuc is a Tunisian archaeological site originally Roman situated in the village …

The Bardo museum  is the oldest and the most important of Tunisian museums. Over a century …

Specialists recommend a visit to this museum   before visiting other vestiges of the ancient …

The Sousse Archeology Museum is located within the Kasbah (fortification) of the medina (old city) …

The museum is built on the excavation site itself where in the 70s and early 80s the vestiges of …

Identified since the 19th century at 160 km from Tunis, the archaeological site of Musti was …

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