Dar Chennoufi is an upscale, chic guesthouse in the mountainous region of eastern Tunisia. It offers peace and tranquility in an already beautiful town of El Kef in Tunisia. The dar has six well equipped guest rooms, one which is a family suite. This hotel does offer an on-site restaurant offering traditional cuisine.
By walking through the doors of the Bardo Museum, you can learn just about everything you need to know about Tunisia. This museum is considered the richest in the world for Roman mosaics, housing approximately 90,000 square meters of mosaics. It’s not just the museum itself that will have you in awe, the museum is located in a magnificent thirteenth century palace surrounded by picturesque landscaped gardens in the city of Tunis. The ornate ceilings are an attraction on their own.
As you arrive in Carthage you are welcomed by the history of this residential suburb. It’s a step back in time to the ancient times when this city was a thriving sea port. Carthage was a rich and beautiful sea port which was destructed by the Romans. Sadly the city stood in ruins for over one hundred years, but was established again in 44BC by the Romans. Even though the majority of the city was in ruins, there was still some small remains of the thriving sea port that stood there before that.