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Tunisia Travel

I will be visiting Tunisia as a side trip on a longer visit to Malta in late May. I will be there for four days - the plane lands at 9:15 AM on a Thurday, and I will be leaving late in the evening, about 9 PM that Sunday. That give me almost four full days.

I already have hotel reservations in Tunis (at the Hotel Omrane) for all of the nights. Initially I was planning to stay in Tunis all of the day except for a day trip to Carthage/Sidi Bou Said. However, I have read recently about Kirouan (which I never heard of before) and that it seems to be a nice place to visit. Would a day and 3/4 be enough time for Tunis, so that I can add in a day trip to Kirouan? It is about 2.5 hours from Tunis, but I get up very early and can get there early in the day. In Tunis, my main interestes are the Bardo Musuem and the Medina.

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