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To get the best experience out of Tunisia you need to book one of our local friendly tour guides. They will be able to show you around, make you feel like a local. Whether you want to see the tourist sites or visit places off the beaten track and discover new experiences, then our Guides4me guide is there to make it happen.


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Raouf is 29 years old and speaks English, Arabic, Italian and French.

He has been a tour guide since 2014. Passionate about football, tennis, and hiking. Therefore, if you are looking for an educated and fun guy with an interest in outdoor sport and adventure, then Raouf is your guide. When you book Raouf, it will be a unique and memorable experience of a lifetime. He will look after you and by the end of the trip you’ve made a best friend.

Total cost for the guide services of Raouf for one day (8 hours) = a booking fee of USD 33 via Paypal, debit / credit cards, bank transfer or Crypto Currency plus USD 110 in cash to Raouf after his services.  This makes a total of USD 143.

This excludes any transport, entrance fees or any food & beverage costs. However he does have his own car which he can use to show guests around in comfort, if they prefer, for just an extra fee of $25 which covers the petrol.

“Raouf is very friendly, educated and a fun guy, we had a great day, he made Tunis special for us, we wish we could have stayed longer.” – John, Canada

Highlights of Tunisia

Tunis is the capital of Tunisia. In the centre of Tunis is the Ancient Medina. This is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. East of the city centre is “la nouvelle ville”. This is a new city with a large boulevard called Avenue Habib Bourguiuba. Along the boulevard are lots of colonial style buildings. This boulevard has the nickname of the Tunisian Champs Elysee, because of its style and size.

Tunis was originally a Berber settlement. It was known for having excellent views of traffic passing in and out of Carthage. Before the importance of Rome and the Romans, Carthage was the most strategical city for trade in the Mediterranean.

In 146 BC Tunis was taken over by the Romans. With the Romans came religion and for many year Tunis lived under a Christian influence. At the end of the 7th Century came the invasion by Arab Muslims who turned the city to Islam. In 1881, Tunis became a French protectorate. The city was divided into two parts. The older Arab quarters and the new town with immigrants from France.

The top tourist attractions in Tunis are the Medina, the Zitouna Mosque and Dar Lasram. Let’s not forget the Christians. The Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul, is definitely worth a visit. Place de l’Independence, a visit to the Main Tunis Market – Fondouk El Ghana  and Kasbah Square are 3 places not to miss here either. At the end of the day, why not walk down Avenue Habib Bourguiuba or go to Belvedere Park. Or you may then wish to go to a hamman. The oldest one being right next to the Souk, El-Methihra Hamman.

Whatever you choose to do in Tunisia, it will be a unique and memorable experience of a lifetime, with a Guides4me guide, who will look after you and by the end of the trip you’ve made a best friend.

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