Walking Tour in Carthage
Explore the ruins of the 3000 years-old Carthage,and trace the Punic,Roman,Byzantine and Crusadors history.
There are about 9 different sites to see , the most important are the Byrsa Hill , the Antoninus Baths, the Malaga Cisterns , the roman villas ,
the punic ports ; the Salambo Tophet.
The visit can take from 3-6 Hours.
Walking , we can see about 3/4 sites , but to see more sites a car will be necessary.
Transportation can be arranged upon demand , on the charge of the customer.Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this productStop At:
Carthage Museuma, Byrsa Hill, Carthage 2016 Tunisia
Carthage National Museum is a national museum in Byrsa, Tunisia. Along with the Bardo National Museum, it is one of the two main local archaeological museums in the region. The edifice sits atop Byrsa Hill, in the heart of the city of Carthage. Founded in 1875, it houses many archaeological items from the Punic era and other periods.
The Carthage National Museum is located near the Cathedral of Saint-Louis of Carthage. It allows visitors to appreciate the magnitude of the city during the Punic and Roman eras. Some of the best pieces found in excavations are limestone/marble carvings, depicting animals, plants and even human sculptures. Of special note is a marble sarcophagus of a priest and priestess from the 3rd century BC, discovered in the necropolis of Carthage. The Museum also has a noted collection of masks and jewelry in cast glass, Roman mosaics including the famous "Lady of Carthage", a vast collection of Roman amphoras.
Duration: 1 hourStop At:
Carthage, Carthage, Tunis Governorate
The restored and extremely impressive remnants of the huge 2nd-century-AD cisterns that housed Roman Carthage’s water supply are located at the foot of Byrsa Hill. The original complex was nearly 1km long and fed by a huge aqueduct carrying mountain spring water from Zaghouan.
Duration: 30 minutesStop At:
The Roman Theatre of Carthage, Carthage Tunisia
The Roman Theatre of Carthage is a restored ancient Roman theatre complex in Tunis which is now used to host a range of events.
Originally built during the time of Roman control of Carthage, the theatre is believed to have been destroyed during the Vandal invasions of the 5th century AD.
Originally able to seat at least 5,000 spectators, the Roman theatre of Carthage would have been a central meeting place in the ancient city.
Duration: 30 minutes
"With a car visiting all the sites is easier, if not it is possible to walk between sites with some effort"
"Most travelers can participate"
"This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers"
"Confirmation will be received at time of booking"
Duration: 3 To 6 Hours
Tunis, Tunis, Tunis Governorate
Cancellations and refunds:
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