Zaghouan is a small city that’s off the beaten path for most Tunisia tours. Recently I was pleasantly surprised by my visit to the city that sits at the foot of Djebel Zaghouan, just 60 km south of Tunis. Being a small city without a large selection of hotels, most guidebooks don’t give it much […]
Food is an amazing way to connect with a culture. There is inevitably an exchange that takes place: Travelers discover tasty new foods for the first time, and those who cooked them are honored to see guests enjoy the cuisine so connected with their country. Tunisia, with its long history of Mediterranean culinary influences, […]
Saunas in Finland, bastus in Sweden, banyas in Russia, hammams in Tunisia. The names and methods are different, but the essentials are the same: Water, steam, and sweat. Hammams (translated as “Turkish baths” in English) play an important role in Tunisia’s past and present culture. They were introduced […]
I recently took a photo walk through Sfax’s old city. We think the richness of Tunisia’s culture and inviting people may be the greatest untapped resource for its tourism market.
Follow me through Sfax’s old medina and fresh fruit and fish markets!
Walking through one of the gates of Sfax’s old city is truly a step back in time.
Although Sfax is not on the typical Tunisian tourism track, this BBC report highlights how the richness of Tunisia’s culture may be the greatest untapped resource for its tourism market.
Check out the following video […]