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Experiencing Monastir, Tunisia

 
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Inner of the castle
Wazling's pictureby Wazling review
added on 4th of December, 2008

The ride to Monastir was in comparison to the distance before quite easy, because we were in the vicinity of the only highway in Tunisia, so it was no problem to get there.

Monastir is like the others also a town of tourism. It's quite loud, spoiled and not very nice. Things you can do there are very few. We watched the middle aged castle in the centre and the beautiful view you have from the top of the castle.

But at this time we were so fed up of ugly places and "friendly" people, that we didnt spent much time there and left soon back to our hotel at Hammamet.

 

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Trip to Tunisia - overview

1. Nov 24, 2008 Adventures in Hammamet (Hammamet)  (* 40)
2. Nov 24, 2008 Visitor information about Kairouan (Kairouan)  (* 2)
3. Nov 24, 2008 Adventures on the Kairouan to El Djem road (El Djem)  (* 32)
4. Nov 24, 2008 Experiencing Monastir (Monastir)  (* 9)
5. Nov 24, 2008 Bazaar adventures in Hammamet (Hammamet)  (* 3)

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Tunisia - overviewThe government in more recent years embarked on a cautious reform program. These have been undertaken with a goal of building economic relations with the European Union. It signed a free trade agreement with the European Union and has since then strengthened its economic ties with the international community. Despite its small size, Tunisia has played a crucial diplomatic role in the region. Tunisia is relatively peaceful and has not experienced the levels of political violence in neighboring Islamic countries. Tunisia lacks the vast natural resources which characterize its larger North African neighbors, but because of careful and... Read more »

 
 
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Recent reviews for Monastir

Some nice days in Kairouan - Apr 1, 2009, by Wazling
Kairouan is a controversial city. It's the place of a famous mosque, nearly as famous as Mekka. The inner city consist out of small ways, still showing its medieval style and way of living. There're nice beduin houses and small shops, like... Read more »

One day in El Munastir - Apr 1, 2009, by Wazling
The city didnt have much to show than the medieval coast fort. You have a good view from the towers over the coast and the harbour. You can take some good pictures and the towers are also nice, but that's all about it. The rest has got... Read more »

Bazaar adventures in Hammamet - Dec 4, 2008, by Wazling
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... Read more »

Visitor information about Kairouan - Dec 4, 2008, by Wazling
When we arrived at Kairouan, the city didnt quite look as the big important city of the islam in Tunisia. It seemed more than a area, focusing on tourism. When we were looking for the famous mosque of Kairouan, a somehow dirty guy on a... Read more »

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 »

 
 

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