Tunisia, officially known as the Republic of Tunisia, is located in Northern Africa, bounded to the southwest by Libya, Algeria’s west, and the east and north is the Mediterranean Sea.
Tunisia’s largest city is Tunis, and their official language is Arabic; however, some natives speak Tunisian Arabic, Berber, and French. The nation generally practices Islam.
Tunisia is one of the most visited countries in Africa because of the attractive areas for tourists. The famous places in the country are the ancient ruins of Carthage, the cosmopolitan capital city of Tunis, resorts outside Monastir, the Muslim and Jewish quarters of Djerba.
The country is also known for its sunny weather and beautiful beaches to enjoy the luxury of this country. It serves as a home to part of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The festivals that are celebrated in Tunisia are mainly on crafts, music, and culture. Examples includes the Tunisian Medina Festival, the festival of the oases of a mountain in Tamerza, the festival of the purebred (Arabian horse of maknassy), International festival of Carthage and Hammamet, and Tozeur oasis festival.
Tunisia is also known for its excellent foods and drinks. Some popular ones are Brik, couscous, Ojja, Harissa, and yoyos (Traditional Desserts), while the drinks are mint tea, coffee, and traditional alcoholic wine.