Tunisia was the epicenter of the Arab Spring and the MENA country where the attempts of democratization and revolutionary change have been the most successful. Furthermore, the country has been North Africa's cultural and political hub for most of the pre-colonial era. Carthage, Kairouan, and then Tunis played prominent regional dimensions with ramifications in West Africa. All these historic places can be visited through CGC Tunis.
There’s so much to see and do in each region of Tunisia: a wide variety of landscapes, a coastline spanning 1,250km, studded with islands and archipelagos, a fantastic array of traditions and customs, and a rich historical heritage. We are delighted to introduce you to these regions by breaking them down into three areas: the north, the center, and the south.