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A small country situated in North Africa, Tunisia receives huge crowds of international holidaymakers annually, attracted by the warm weather, perfect sandy beaches, bustling markets, hot spring spas, adventurous desert treks, some extraordinary Roman ruins, French influenced gastronomy, and the relaxed capital Tunis. Car hire in Tunisia can be booked for sightseeing tours.

Tunisia enjoys a warm Mediterranean climate and experiences warm weather throughout the year. June, July and August are the dry season months and for many the most preferable time to visit. Tunisian summers are dry and very hot, with temperatures regularly reaching 85°F. If you’re worried about the unbearable heat then you should visit during the cooler winter period.

Tunis is the country’s easy navigable and laid-back capital. Ville Nouvelle and Medina are the city’s most visited areas, which show a fascinating contrast between the newer French colonial civilisation and North Africa’s old world. Visiting Medina’s Zitouna Mosque should not be missed. Tunis is small enough to explore the entire city on foot.

Cheap car rental in Tunisia gives travellers the option to comfortably drive to a large number of other interesting areas farther afield. The Roman remains of Dougga are the finest preserved ruins in the country. Dougga also features an ancient with 3500 seats. Located just a stone’s throw away from the theatre are the brilliant Square of the Winds and magnificent Temple of Saturn.

Tunisia may be the smallest North African nation, but the country isn’t short of appealing sights and adventurous recreational activities. A major draw is provided by the white sandy beaches along the over 800 miles long coastline, with opportunities to relax or stroll around the beach or practice some enthralling water sports. Tunis’ compactness contributes to the city’s chilled feel. The capital’s rich past combined with the French influences make it a fascinating destination. To explore all of the country’s best features, car hire in Tunisia is advisable.