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It is a Roman City, you can still see how 2000 years ago the Romans use to live in this part of the... read more

Reviewed 20 January 2013
Rockville, Maryland
Best thing to see in Tunisia!

Need a car to get there, easily a day can be spent there. There is a small coffee shop with clean... read more

Reviewed 3 January 2013
Copenhagen, Denmark
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Remarkable Roman site of a once prosperous town with the capitol, theater and a Punic mausoleum.
  • Excellent87%
  • Very good12%
  • Average1%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
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“roman ruins” (20 reviews)
“day trip” (9 reviews)
“two hours” (7 reviews)

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Reviewed 20 January 2013

It is a Roman City, you can still see how 2000 years ago the Romans use to live in this part of the World, get a guide it is very useful and make your experience richer

2  Thank Nmbt211
Reviewed 3 January 2013

Need a car to get there, easily a day can be spent there. There is a small coffee shop with clean facilities. A must!

3  Thank MariaLaRussa
Reviewed 21 December 2012

Amazing site, well worth a visit, but be prepared to eaither go as an organised tour or hire a taxi for the day as it's a way from Tunis! Sturdy walking shoes recommended as the site itself is massive!

4  Thank Clare_ska
Reviewed 8 December 2012

Spent the day running through the ruins with my children who loved it and asked to return as soon as possible.

2  Thank Michael_6829
Reviewed 5 December 2012

It was really beautiful and well conserved keeping in mind that is located far away from evrything. The trip is a bit loger than expected, but in the way you can get really nice fruits!!!

2  Thank StelaMarinera
Reviewed 17 November 2012

We took a day trip which included the Water Temple at Zaghouan, Thuburbo Maius, the Commonwealth War Cemetary at Mediez El Bab as well as Dougga. Sometimes it is worth going on a coach trip! The guide was very good and informative. The only problem...More

4  Thank oggrocks
Reviewed 10 November 2012

history grateness of architecture that last thousands of years even if it needs some rest places restaurant may be or a coffee corner some thing that allows to people to spend the whole day admiring grateness of other culture that lived once on the same...More

3  Thank nour z
Reviewed 23 October 2012

Very few tourists at the site. Fortunately there were NO vendors selling souvenirs! You must pay a dinar for a photo vouchers to take photographs.

8  Thank taxtracker
Reviewed 20 October 2012

The ruins are perfectly saved. We were very impressed! It's fantastic. You can easily get the idea about way of life this ancient Roman city. The thermae, public toilets, amphiteatre, good saved houses of rich citizen, bawdy house, temple of Jupiter (it's really great and...More

3  Thank Olga_589
Reviewed 4 October 2012

Another Roman site, so many around the Med but it deserves its status. As with Sbeitla it is another city but if possible if better preserved. You need some stamina here as there is a lot of climbing but not only are the ruins wonderful...More

3  Thank PAULIE36
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