Carthage, Tunisia

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Hotels in Carthage

Carthage Accommodations (2)
Hotel Amilcar Carthage

Hotel Amilcar Carthage

1.50 8 reviews

nr Sidi Bou Said, Carthage, Tunisia

Villa Didon Carthage

Villa Didon Carthage

4.00 94 reviews

Rue Mendes France, Carthage, Tunisia

Travel Blogs from Carthage

Carthage Travel Blogs (27)
Nothing Else Matters., Tunis, Carthage and Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia travel blog

Nothing Else Matters.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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... careful. At least I had done little or no additional planning. I knew practically nothing about Tunisia. Hannibal, Phoenicians, El Jem, The Bardo Museum, Carthage, beach resorts and about 98% Muslims. Popular with French tourists I think. What else would ...

Carthage, Carthage, Tunisia travel blog


A travel blog entry by tommnow


We all packed ourselves to a van for a whole day drive around the ruins of the ancient city of Cartaghe. It appears that there is not really much left as the city was destryed at least few times throughout the centuries and what's left are really ...

Carthage and chocolate, Carthage, Tunisia travel blog

Carthage and chocolate

A travel blog entry by zolab


... cities, and it was ruled by both the Phoenicians and the Romans, then the Vandals finally beat the Romans. When the Romans conquered Carthage, they took all the boats and burned them in the harbor, then they went to all the houses and took 50,000 people ...

Carthage & Sidi Bou Said, Carthage, Tunisia travel blog

Carthage & Sidi Bou Said

A travel blog entry by sianeth


... , heading for the old Punic city of Carthage, now a suburb of the capital. But I figured that you can't exactly come to Tunisia and not go to Carthage, right? So the plan was, train to Tunis, walk to the tram station and then board a tram to Carthage. The ...

Attractions in Carthage

Carthage Attractions (2)
Carthaginian Ruins

Carthaginian Ruins


Carthage, Tunisia

An enormous amphitheater and a cave are among the attractions at these famous ruins. Admission to the ruins includes the excellent Carthage Museum.

Carthage Museum

Carthage Museum


Byrsa Hill, Carthage, Tunisia

This museum presents artifacts from two thousand years ago, when Carthage competed with Rome for military and cultural dominance. The Romans burned and pillaged the Phoenician city in 146 BC.