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The Regency Tunis Hotel is located in the Côtes de Carthage area, only 20 minutes from the Tunis Carthage International Airport and 30 minutes from downtown Tunis.

The proximity of the hotel to the most important business centers and economic zones combined with its location by the sea, allows you to enjoy your visit while doing business in a relaxing and warm atmosphere.


Transportation & Access:
A quick and modern road network links the hotel to downtown Tunis, the airport and the main business areas. Taxis can easily be ordered through the hotel Concierge.
You also have the possibility to book your transfer to and from the airport through the hotel transportation service.

 

Les Côtes de Carthage area consists of beautiful tourist attractions such as:

Carthage Ruins
Carthage has not yet revealed all of its secrets. However, we can experience the amazing spectacle of the entire cities with all their components - enormous monuments still standing, theatres, villas, paved roman streets, mosaic pavements, statues and much more, which are still being dug out.

Sidi Bou Saïd Village
Situated up at the top of a cliff dominating the gulf of Tunis, the medieval village of Sidi Bou Said reflects the Mediterranean colors. Across the paved lane thread, visitors can discover a unique architecture: white houses with blue moucharabiehs. You can relax in a variety of traditional cafes, including the well- known Cafe des Nattes situated at the heart of the village.

The Medina
The Medina, which is located in downtown Tunis, is one of the largest and best preserved areas in the Arab-Muslem world. It conceals treasures in its winding alleyways and its covered souks surrounding the great mosque dating from the 9th century. It gives tourists the opportunity to improve their bargaining skills and gives them a taste of the traditional Tunisian lifestyle.

Bardo Museum

The Roman period left behind treasures worth rediscovering at the Bardo Museum; the largest museum of mosaics in the world, exhibited in an over 90,000 m2 area. The building itself is of great interest since it used to be the Bey of Tunis' palace.