Bazaar adventures in Hammamet, Tunisia
At the end of the trip we were very pleased to have "survived" the journey, that really dissillusioned us, concerning the country and the people living there.
Despite that, it was very interesting to see what this country was looking like. And besides that, we also met very friendly people, but the most were somehow very special, you would say with an Arabic way of thinking. Also all the shopkeepers tried to squeeze from us as much money as they could, it was kind of funny looking back.
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Recommended Tunis Guide
Few people know that modern-day Tunisia was the center of the Carthaginian civilization; Carthage itself was located around 16km north of the present capital, Tunis. The town was originally named Tunes and was founded by the Berbers in the 2nd century BC. It was in the 9th century that the Phoenicians from the city of Carthage conquered Tunis. The destruction of Carthage by the Roman Empire in 146 BC led to the city’s demise. It was rebuilt by the Romans and later on became the center of their agricultural industry. The final destruction of Carthage in the 7th century gave rise to the Islamic control of the Arab Muslims in Tunis. It... Read more »
Recent reviews for Hammamet
Adventures in Hammamet - Dec 3, 2008, by Wazling
The first impression, i got on my ride from the airport to the hotel was "great". I alraedy knew, that the area wouldn't be very nice, but in fact it was very spoiled and dirty. The same appearance, when we went next day on a ride... Read more »
Tunisian weekend in Hammamet - Apr 1, 2009, by Wazling
Hammamet is a town, relatively well situated. With a lot of hotels, some of them upper luxury class, are along the tourist areas. There's often a private beach attached to the hotels. The city itself is as many other tunisian cities,... Read more »
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