Tunisia is known for its Roman archaeological sites with Carthage being the most popular among tourists.
Tunisia is divided into four natural and demographic regions: the north, which is relatively fertile and well watered; the semiarid central region; Al-Sāḥil in the east-central coastal region, which is preeminently olive-growing country; and the desert south, where, except in the oases, all vegetation disappears.
Tunisia is in Northern African, with a population of 11.66 million people. Its capital is Tunis, and their currency is Tunisian Dinar. The official language is Arabic.
They celebrate many holidays including:
- New Year’s Day (Jan 1)
- Revolution and Youth Day (Jan 14)
- Independence Day (Mar 20)
- Martyrs’ Day (Apr 9)
- Labor Day (May 1)
- Aïd El-Fitr (Date Varies)
- Aïd El Kebir (Date Varies)
- Republic Day (Jul 25)
- Ras el am el Hejri (Date Varies)
- Women’s Day (Aug 13)
- Evacuation Day (Oct 15)
- Prophet Mohammed’s Birthday (Date Varies)
It has eight world heritage sites including:
It also has 17 national parks including:
Want to learn more? Check out Tunisia’s tourism website!
Also check out the Bardo National Museum.