After Breakfast, checkout and departure to explore Carthage (01H15 driving = 80 Km), a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the oldest Phoenician settlement on the coast of North Africa. Continue to Byrsa Hill to see the ruins of Roman buildings and Carthage Museum. See the Tophet, where urns containing the ashes and milk teeth of 8th century BC children have been unearthed. Visit Antonin Baths, a huge Roman bath complex on the edge of the Mediterranean, the theatre and Punic Port. Then Departure to visit Sidi Bou Said (10 minutes driving = 5 Km): stroll through the narrow streets of Sidi Bou Said, a picturesque small town bordered by whitewashed houses with blue shutters and doors. Check out the various art galleries and try some mint tea in one of the traditional street cafes while enjoying the superb view of the gulf of Tunisia. Lunch in local restaurant. Visit of Bardo Museum (closed on Mondays) (30 minutes driving= 15 Km) = 20) one of the best archaeological museums in the Mediterranean, which is especially well known for its beautiful collection of mosaics. The museum is located in an old palace that belongs to the Beys, rulers of Tunisia (02H00 Visit).Next, visit the Medina (10 minutes driving = 5 Km): where we will see the “old Tunisia” which includes the Medina, the ‘European’ quarter built at the beginning of the 20th century and the new modern suburbs. For more than 500 years, the Medina has been the historic heart of Tunis and UNESCO has classified it as a World Heritage Site due to its fascinating and exotic maze of streets (01H30 visit). Check in in the hotel in Tunis, dinner and overnight.