Archaelogical Site Of Carthage + Picturesque Village Of Sidi Bou Said

Archaelogical Site Of Carthage



4 hours


Departure to Carthage, founded by the Phoenicians in 814 BC. The earliest settlements of Punic Carthage can sill be seen on Byrsa Hill, just below the renowed Carthage National Museum. Although destroyed by the Romans in 146BC and later built over by them, recent excavation has revealed the foundations of five-story Punic houses, each with its own cistern and drainage system. The most remarkable early remains are the two basins of the Punic Ports, an evidence of the Carthaginian’ mastery of the sea, which fascinated and frustrated the Romans. Another important site of pre-roman Carthage is the Tophet.

Sidi Bou said: Perched high atop of a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean, this picturesque village is a delightful place for a leisurely stroll through winding cobbled streets. Its trademark white walls, contrasting sky blue doors and ornate window grids, make for a wonderfully inspiring setting. Wander around the boutiques for souvenirs or relax at a cliff-side Moorish café.


  • Private transportation
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Entrance fees
  • Entry/Admission - Carthage Museuma
  • Lunch
  • Drinks
  • Tips

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Free cancellation
Hotel pickup offered
Taking Covid-19 safety measures
Wheelchair accessible

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Hotel Royal Victoria
Or, you can also get picked up

Stop: 2 hours - Admission included

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