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Walking Tour of Carthage
Holder of a Bachelor's of English Language and Literature, I had many professional experiences in Tourism industry before I was certified as an official tour guide by the Tunisian Ministry of Tourism in 2011. During the past decade, my freelance activities have led me from one fascinating experience to the next — from working as a translator and guide to hosting official guests like foreign MP's and corporate leaders . I have got a very good knowledge of Mediterranean history and culture, but above all exceptional communication skills and a pleasure to share my knowledge and my passion for history. My areas of expertise include cultural history, art, architecture, archaeology, culinary arts and photography. I speak English, French, Italian and Arabic. I take guests to undiscovered neighborhoods, historical areas, streets, restaurants and bring them along on a treasure hunt of local food , art and music in Tunis. I am a lover of Tunisia , i have a desire to know more about our history our culture our language our arts and especially our food .I feel so happy to share this desire with others .. « we are created different to know more ».
Explore Carthage once the Capital of the Punic Empire ; Then Capital of Roman Colonia Africa . It’s a good opportunity to discover the Mediterranean antic times and get a detailed description of the History of Tunisia from the 9th Century B.C to Modern times.
Things to see at the archeological park of Antonius baths.
The Punic Necrolpolis
Punic pottery kilns
Chapel Asterius (byzantine)
The roman schola
Decumanus 4 ( roman street)
The Roman Baths
What will we visit on this tour?
Meeting point:V83M+H4P, Carthage Présidence قرطاج ا...V83M+H4P, Carthage Présidence قرطاج الرئاسة, Tunisia
At the entrance of the Antonius Baths.
1Entrance not includedAntoninus-Pius-Thermen
12 TND entry fee
How much does this tour cost?
Free tours do not have a set price, instead, each person gives the guru at the end of the tour the amount that he or she considers appropriate (these usually range from €10 to $50 depending on satisfaction with the tour).