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Book your holiday on the gorgeous Mediterranean beaches of Palermo and Tunisi.
Today, more than any other city in Tunisia, the capital Tunisi presents a double role: the modern city and Arabic one (the Medina). The first area is crossed by long avenues and offers modern shops, grand hotels and luxurious buildings. The second one, closed by the ancient walls of the fortifications, allows tourists to walk the narrow streets to the discovery of small shops. Every visit to Tunisi has to start from the Avenue Habib Bourguba a long and wide road crossing from west to east the modern city ending at the threshold of the Medina.
Palermo is deeply connected to the Greek, North-African and European cultures. Piazza Pretoria boasts the “Fountain of Shame”, featuring sixteen naked statues of nymphs, mermaids and satyrs.The beautiful Capella Palatina hidden inside the Royal Palace is a treasure as well as the “Quattro Canti” a fountain with the sculptures on each four corners representing the four seasons, the four Spanish kings and the four patrons.