Tunisia is alive with beauty, history and culture. You will visit Tunis, the capital and you will visit all the sights where you can see and explore the well-preserved ruins, but there are some hidden gems in Tunisia, those slightly off the beaten track that are not as popular with tourists, but are just as beautiful and interesting. You might want to add some of these on your tour to Tunisia. Chemtou Chemtou is an ancient sight in northern Tunisia close to the Algeria border. This was an important area for its marble quarries. Today there are some well-preserved ruins to explore and the Chemtou Museum which holds the history of the area for you to see and experience. Beni M'Tir Beni M'Tir is a small town in the Khourmine Mountains. It's a beautiful town that doesn't look as though it belongs in Tunisia. It's spectacular and well worth a visit. Takrouna Takrouna is a Berber village set on a hill with panoramic views.