Tunisia Palace

Address: 13 Avenue de France, Tunis, 1000, Tunisia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 13 Avenue de France, Tunis, is near Medina of Hammamet, Medina of Tunis, Kasbah of Hammamet, and George Sebastian Villa.
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          • Spa
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Beverage Selection


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          • Room service
          • Business Services

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          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Tunis

          Tunis: A City of Brilliant White & Cobalt Blue

          A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on May 11, 2014

          21 photos

          ... in need of a cold drink and we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves just spending some time to sit and watch the Bizerte world go by. The rather garish Le Phenicien also had clean toilets.

          Thankfully we had no problem finding our driver Ahmed and soon we were speeding off to our next destination of the famous La Goulette, the port for the city of Tunis.

          LA GOULETTE

          La Goulette was first developed as a port and strategic ...


          A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 19, 2014

          8 photos

          ... the goldsmiths and the book sellers. The Bardo is apparently in the former residence of the Turkish bey. While the entrance fees to museums is covered by the trip, modest camera fees will be extra. That no bags were allowed in to the Bardo was the next issue. Why are people even taking a backpack, knowing of the afternoon museum venue?

          To roughly quote Tony, at least this group will not be an old folks' home on wheels. That does not per se mean it will be ...


          A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 16, 2014

          7 photos

          ... southern section, the hawkers left behind. We figured we earned a break at the Cafe Aladin [local spelling] for the panoramic terrace. The mild winds were probably better than the view. My mint tea had peanuts in it for a twist 3 TD.

          At the Bab El-Gharbi a chap pointed out this and that. We said we'd seen the sights he wanted to stress [not true but just to get rid of him]. What he really wanted to do was seemingly exchange six euros for Tunisian dinars as ...


          A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jan 23, 2014

          12 photos

          ... Diana, Goddess of the Hunt, looked sympathetic in a short blue dress and canvas boots; she aimed her bow-and-arrow at a doe as it grazed from a tree. The God Theseus was shown in the middle of a labyrinth, killing the minotaur.
          - - A male and a female centaur, naked from their horsy bottoms upward, crowned a woman who was made up nicely with earrings and who had round and supple breasts, who herself was naked except for a queen's robe. In ...

          Between Sky and Sea

          A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld on Jun 27, 2013

          13 photos

          ... in a different continent. Tunis is at the tip of North Africa. It is the capital of Tunisia. Rich in historical stories of war and invasion, the people of Tunis today are enjoying the modernization of its city. It’s medina - a distinct city section that is walled with narrow maze like streets, sells wares for tourist and locals alike. There are still Roman aqueducts in the city that are still in use but most are in ruins. Most of the houses that we saw were large ...