7 Days trip in Tunisia

Budget: 0 USD - 1500 USD Food exploration Shopping Beach activities City sightseeing
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Tunisia is a North African country with a rich history, beautiful beaches, and diverse culture. It is a popular tourist destination and offers a range of activities for visitors.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to TND
TND 3.110
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Yasmine Hammamet

    120 minutes

    Explore the local food scene at the weekly Friday market in Yasmine Hammamet, then spend the afternoon lounging on the white sand beaches.

  2. Bardo Museum

    90 minutes

    Visit the Bardo Museum to learn about the history and culture of Tunisia through its vast collection of ancient Roman mosaics and artifacts.

  3. Sidi Bou Said

    120 minutes

    Take a stroll through the charming blue and white streets of Sidi Bou Said while sampling local Tunisian cuisine at one of its many restaurants.

Day 2

  1. Great Mosque of Kairouan

    120 minutes

    Explore the Great Mosque of Kairouan, one of the oldest and most influential Islamic sites in North Africa, with its intricate tilework and impressive architecture.

  2. Oasis of Zahra

    240 minutes

    Experience the traditional Tunisian way of life with a visit to the Oasis of Zahra, where you can learn about agriculture and irrigation systems while enjoying a delicious Tunisian lunch.

  3. La Marsa Beach

    120 minutes

    Relax on the golden sands of La Marsa Beach, watching the sunset over the Mediterranean Sea.

Day 3

  1. Zaghouan Aqueducts

    60 minutes

    Explore the ancient Zaghouan Aqueducts, marveling at the technological advancements of the Berber civilization that lived in the region over a thousand years ago.

  2. Cap Bon

    360 minutes

    Take a scenic drive along the Cap Bon peninsula, stopping at picturesque fishing villages and sampling local seafood along the way, ending with a dip in the clear waters of Hammamet Beach.

  3. Medina of Hammamet

    120 minutes

    Explore the bustling Medina of Hammamet, filled with colorful markets selling textiles, pottery, and spices, and enjoy a traditional Tunisian meal at one of the many charming restaurants.

Day 4

  1. Carthage Ruins

    180 minutes

    Marvel at the impressive ruins of the ancient city of Carthage, once a powerful city-state in the Mediterranean, and learn about its rich history and culture.

  2. Souk El Attarine

    240 minutes

    Get lost in the labyrinthine alleyways of the Souk El Attarine, one of the largest and most vibrant markets in Tunis, filled with spices, textiles, and handicrafts.

  3. Le Pirate

    120 minutes

    Dine on fresh seafood while watching the waves crash against the shore at Le Pirate, a beachfront restaurant in the charming city of Sousse.

Day 5

  1. El Jem Amphitheater

    180 minutes

    Explore the impressive El Jem Amphitheater, one of the largest Roman amphitheaters in the world, and learn about its fascinating history.

  2. Tozeur Old Town

    360 minutes

    Get lost in the winding alleyways of the charming Tozeur Old Town, where you can shop for traditional Tunisian handicrafts and enjoy a delicious local meal.

  3. Chott El Djerid

    120 minutes

    Marvel at the stunning sunset over the salt flats of Chott El Djerid, the largest salt lake in North Africa, while enjoying a picnic on its shores.

Day 6

  1. Douz Desert

    480 minutes

    Embark on a thrilling adventure through the spectacular sand dunes of the Douz Desert, riding a camel or a 4x4 vehicle, and experiencing a traditional Tunisian meal in a Bedouin tent.

  2. Hammamet Marina

    120 minutes

    Shop for souvenirs and enjoy a delicious meal with a view at the bustling Hammamet Marina, a lively hub of Tunisian coastal life.

Day 7

  1. Sidi Bou Ali

    120 minutes

    Explore the charming village of Sidi Bou Ali, a hidden treasure of Tunisian history and culture filled with beautiful architecture and stunning landscapes.

  2. Les Thermes d'Antonin

    240 minutes

    Relax in the luxurious Les Thermes d'Antonin, ancient Roman thermal baths with stunning views of the sea and a rich history dating back to the 2nd century AD.

  3. Gammarth Beach

    120 minutes

    Soak up the sun and enjoy the clear blue waters of Gammarth Beach, a popular destination for swimming and water sports.

Estimated Cost (USD)


10-15 USD/night
30-50 USD/night
20-40 USD/night


5-20 USD/ride (depending on distance)
1-5 USD/ride (depending on distance)
5-10 USD/ride (depending on distance)


Street food
1-5 USD/meal
Local restaurant
5-15 USD/meal
Fine dining
20-50 USD/meal


Entrance fee to Bardo Museum in Tunis
8 USD/person
Camel trekking in Hammamet
20 USD/person
Scuba diving in Hammamet
50 USD/person

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