Land of Berbers, Carthaginians and Romans: Tunisia

Venture into the heart of Tunisia to explore ancient Roman and Carthaginian sites, Berber villages and the distinctive Islamic architecture of its key cities.

Starting in Tunis, discover both the ancient and modern history of this vibrant city, which has been continually inhabited since 4th Century BC. Visit key archaeological sites such as Carthage, and explore the Roman sites of Bulla Regia, and El Djem, which boasts the largest amphitheatre in North Africa.

Travel to the coastal village of Sidi Bou Said with its striking blue and white architecture and its quaint streets. Immerse yourself in the lively hubbub of the Islamic city of Kairouan and visit the troglodyte villages of Tataouine and Chenini, the living history of Tunisia.

Information available December 2018/January 2019. For further details, please click ‘Request Info’.

 

This tour is part of the World Art Tours program organised by the Art Gallery Society of NSW in partnership with Renaissance Tours.

Per person, sharing (approximately)

AUD 12,500

Single supplement (approximately)

AUD 2,000

Tour code

AG1924