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Tunisia is the northernmost country in Africa and is one of the smallest in terms of landmass. The country is packed full of natural wonders and contains stretches of the Sahara desert as well as the Atlas Mountains. Tunisia is also home to some of Africa's closest points to Europe, which means the country is a rich and interesting blend of cultures. With Roman, Arabic, Turkish, Italian, Spanish, and French influences all conflating, the country is a vibrant and exciting place to explore. Hotels.com offers an excellent selection of accommodation online. Hassle free and easy to use, Hotels.com is quickly becoming the final word in online accommodation providers.

What's Tunisia Like?

Tunisia boasts over fifty art galleries and museums and has a tremendous collection of national art. The Dar Am Taieb Museum of contemporary art is home to a varied and interesting mix of art, and incorporates a wide range of mediums in its collection. The gallery is also situated in beautifully appointed gardens, which means the venue is able to combine terrific natural and man made beauty. Many visitors take a trip into the desert when visiting Tunisia. With guided tours available for a reasonable price and the opportunity to camp, traverse sand dunes, and ride camels, it is a once in a lifetimes kind of experience. It is obviously incredibly important to only venture into the desert if you are part of an organised tour that is led by an experienced professional. Football is by far and away the most popular sport in Tunisia and the country is home to a number of stadiums and football teams. The Stade Olympics De Rades is a 60,000 seater stadium that is home to Esperance Sportive de Tunis. The team have won the national league championship 26 times and the match day experience is one of incredible passion, noise and colour.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Tunisia

Tunisia is a place that has endured some political and social uncertainty over recent years. It is therefore important to use caution when travelling round Tunisia. It is unlikely you will face any problems but basic precautions when it comes to your valuables and personal safety is advised. It is also worth noting that Tunisia is a Muslim country and there are therefore a number of cultural and religious sensitivities that any visitors should be aware of. So if you wish to blend in with locals then it is best to dress modestly. Hotels.com is a quick and efficient way of booking your accommodation online. With a number of operators available and able to offer their assistance should you need it, it has never been easier to book your Tunisia Hotels.

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