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Best things to do in Tunis in summer
With glorious, uninterrupted sunshine and hot days spent splashing in the cooling waters of the Mediterranean, laid-back Tunis gets a huge jolt of energy in summer. Enjoy heady, hedonistic days of swimming in the sea followed by leisurely dinners and bar hopping along beachside terraces and dancing until dawn at the waterfront clubs of Gammarth. With daylight comes a chance to revel in the summer sun all over again; here are the best things to do in Tunis in summer.
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