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During this 1 day tour to Kairouan and El Jem, move away from the capital and head to the religious heart of Tunisia !
First, Visit Kairouan’s old medina listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. Then, visit its great mosque, considered to be the 4th largest in the Islamic world and discover the Aghlabid heritage.
Finally, continue to Eljem and visit its wonderful Roman amphitheater and its rich museum.
Duration : 1 day
Departure time : 7 am
Pick up Locations : Tunis – Hammamet – Sousse
Confirmation : immédiate
Guide : Arabic – French – English – German – Italian – Spanish
Means of transport : Pirate A/C vehicle
Cancellation: free up to 48 hours before the date of the tour
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Book your 1 day tour to Kairouan and El Jem and travel in time between the Aghlabid civilization, the Arab-muslim architecture and the Roman heritage !
At 7 Am get picked up by our team at your accommodation in Tunis and be ready for a day full of discoveries.
Take the highway and head to Kairouan, the AZghlabid city and the Islamic capital of Tunisia.
The first visit will be The great mosque of Kairouan which is considered as the 3rd most important Islamic monument in the Arab world after Mecca and Jerusalem. After this, head to The Mausoleum of the Barbarian or Sidi Sahbi Mausoleum. Known also as the (Mosque of the Barber) : one of the most visited by Tunisians who flock there especially during the festival of Mouled, is a revered place where one celebrates, in addition to the Mouled, '' other festivities such as marriage contracts, circumcisions ...
Then, take the time to Stroll in the alleys of the old medina and discover its different components … Admire its walls and architecture that reflect the arab-muslim art.
Leave Kairouan and head to El jem, city of Thysdrus and discover the Roman heritage. Visit El Jem Coliseum, this prestigious monument that reflects the power of the Roman Empire and access its different components, then take the time to visit El Jem museum that includes an important collection of Roman mosaics, covering a period going from the 2nd century to the 5th century