Villa Didon

Rue Mendes France, Carthage, 2016, Tunisia | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Carthage

Carthage and Sidi Bousaid

A travel blog entry by tofor85


... charades throughout the day to convey messages. For four hours, he charged us a fair price of 75 Dinar total, keeping a meter running. He dropped us at the major 5 historical Carthage and Roman sites around Tunis, gave a rough negotiable time at each, and waited to pick us up for deliverance to the next stop.
The five stops were as follows, a small Roman Arena, City of Carthage site and Museum, ...


A travel blog entry by noyelles


... times, this grew to 500,000 making it the 3rd largest in the empire. There is a museum with some of the artifacts found during excavation but much now lies in museums of Europe. Also on the site is the Acropolium, formerly St Louis Cathedral, an unusual building with its cruciform layout but with a very muslim internal appearance.

From there we descended to see the original circular Carthaginian naval harbour built around ...

Worthwhile stop mid-Carthage

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick


A slight detour during the taxi portion of making my way around Carthage...

This American military cemetery is meticulous, as usual, and includes many interesting maps about the war and a very long list of the missing engraved into the long wall.

Back to antiquity

A travel blog entry by tonyhudson


... civilization in Africa and capital of the province of Africa in Roman times, Carthage has played a central role as a great commercial empire. Today Carthage is an extensive archaeological site, with the Punic port, the Antonine Baths, necropolis and forum. We only have time to visit the Punic port and the Antonine Baths.

Punic Port
Our first port of call is the old ...

Tunis Tunisia

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef


... important city in North Africa, spreading its trading empire from the Middle East to the Atlantic, including sites at Rabat and further South. In 575 BC, Tyre itself was captured by the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar, and Carthage was on its own, rising to the task to rule North Africa and setting its sights on dominating the entire Mediterranean.

By the 5th century BC, Carthage was battling Greece ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Rue Mendes France, Carthage, is near Carthage Museum.
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