Although the smallest state of North Africa, Tunisia and its 10 millions inhabitants has always been the most avant-garde and cosmopolitan country of the Maghreb. It has been the cradle of the mythical Cartago and went through multiple influences (including the Roman, the French and of course the Arabs) but managed to retain only the best from each. Moreover, like its diverse traditions, Tunisia also offers a wide range of striking landscapes.
Form the genteel Mediterranean touch in the north to the scorching deserts of the south, the “Jasmine Country” offers a wealth of fascinating experiences and discoveries. A unique cultural and architectural heritage truly sets Tunisia apart in the Arab world.