Fabulously ornate façades dot the city. Supreme examples include the Art Nouveau National Theatre, built by the French in 1902, which...
Tours of Tunis can easily be arranged at the coastal resorts, but are difficult to set up within the city. However, if you want to go on...
Tucked down a seedy alley, this cosy corner with red tablecloths and low lighting is favoured by Tunis businessmen, who retreat here for...
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If you fancy some pasta, this Italian-owned place is where to head. It's smart, with big artworks decorating the interior and courtyard tables out the front - a charming find in central Tunis. A guitar duo cranks up the atmosphere on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.