Amphitheater of El Jem
Ancient Roman amphitheater, known for its preserved state, hosting rare artifact displays & events.
4.80 (6.6K reviews)
👍👍 Worth a trip.
A lot of hiking. Not made for wheelchairs and handycaped people.
But once at the spot, it's very nice. Especially when you wait a bit until everyone is gone.
Then you can even hear frogs😊
4.70 (1.7K reviews)
Stone remnants of a 6th century BCE–town, featuring tombs, arches & a well-preserved Roman theater.
4.70 (1.1K reviews)
El Jem Museum
This archaeological museum in a Roman villa–style building features local artifacts & nearby ruins.
4.70 (1K reviews)
Baths of Antoninus
Built in the 2nd century, this large Roman Thermae complex is now part of an archaeological park.
4.60 (3.3K reviews)
Djerba Explore Park
Attraction featuring a crocodile farm, museum & recreations of a home, mill & pottery workshop.
4.60 (3K reviews)
Djerba Crocodile Farm
Large crocodile zoo with feeding shows, other assorted reptiles & a historical museum.
4.60 (2.9K reviews)
Hôtel Sentido Bellevue Park
Refined rooms in an elegant all-inclusive beachfront resort offering outdoor & indoor pools.
4.60 (2.8K reviews)
Open air museum
An entire village is adorned with global street art featuring participants from over 30 nations.
4.60 (2.7K reviews)
Sun Palm Douz
Relaxed rooms & suites in a streamlined hotel offering an outdoor pool, a restaurant & a hammam.
4.60 (2.6K reviews)
Sprawling & well-preserved 8th-century coastal fort, now home to a Museum of Islamic Art.
4.60 (2.1K reviews)
Great Mosque of Kairouan
Iconic 600s mosque with hulking fortress walls, a square minaret & ornate architectural details.
4.60 (1.8K reviews)
Historic mosque & revered Islamic university, the oldest in Tunisia, with a 141-ft. minaret.
4.60 (1.7K reviews)