The ampitheatre at El Djem - Photo by skuds


Traversing both the Atlas Mountains and the Sahara Desert Tunisia has been influenced by Arab, Ottoman and finally French occupation. Rich in Islamic architecture and Roman ruins the country is home to eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
With vibrant cities, beautiful beaches and seemingly endless desert Tunsia has attracted a diverse mix of travellers.
Matador helps guide you through the many sights, from camel trekking in the desert, the Roman amphitheater at El Djem to where several Hollywood blockbusters were filmed. Along with a series of photo essays we’ll show you what there is to see and do.

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