What flower unites Tunisia and Spain?

Located 60 kilometres from Tunis, Hammamet is renowned for the thousands of jasmines that decorate its every corner; flowers that are an integral part of the city’s culture. In spite of being one of the city’s hallmarks, the jasmine isn’t native to Tunisia. It was brought from Spain; in fact it’s a legacy from Tunisians … Continue reading “What flower unites Tunisia and Spain?”

Come and explore Tunisia this summer

Tunis, a city where ancient and modern come together, where the past blends with the present, and where the desert meets the sea. Here the culture is itself a mix of cultures; the Romans, Byzantines and Arabs have all passed through. And here in Tunisia, this summer, the island of Djerba, and the resort of … Continue reading “Come and explore Tunisia this summer”