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Authentic Tunisian
Culinary Tour - 1 Day

Starts at € 110 per person
Embark on a mouth-watering adventure through the quaint streets of Tunis Medina, where we'll guide you on a culinary journey like no other. Indulge in the rich flavors and aromas of traditional Tunisian cuisine, and experience the true essence of this beautiful city through its food. Join us for an unforgettable sensory experience that will leave you craving for more
  • Discover various street food vendors

  • Admire the historical architecture in Tunis Medina

  • Tease your palate with traditional Tunisian dishes

  • Visit a panoramic cafe for some mint tea and breathtaking city views

  • Savor Tunisian desserts

  • Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions

From: Tunis or Hammamet
Offered in: EN - ES - FR - DE - IT - JA
Itinerary can be customised upon request
All tours are private
Tour Details

Day 1

Tunis medina

Experience the magic of Tunis with our guided tour of the largest Medina in Tunisia. Immerse yourself in the local culture and taste the traditional cuisine as we visit markets, street food vendors, and authentic cafes and restaurants that make this city so unique. It is fun to explore the fabulous fresh produce and spice section of the Central Market, stalls for meat, vegetables, household items in an airy hall with wooden rafters.


Tunisian food can be best described as a blend of Mediterranean and native Punics-Berber cuisines and is heavily based on seafood, meat, olive oil, tomatoes, and an abundance of spices like cumin, caraway, coriander, and paprika. Harissa, a spicy red pepper paste, is used on everything from sandwiches to seasoning a variety of dishes. Slata michwya (grilled pepper salad) is another condiment that is widely popular.

Popular dishes include: Brik à l’oeuf: This is a starter that consists of a lightly cooked egg inside a filo pastry with different variations that include prawns or tuna fish; Chorba: This is another starter common in Tunisia. It is a creamy soup made from tomatoes, onions and pasta grains; Couscous: This is the national dish of Tunisia and is eaten throughout the country. It is a dish of semolina that is served with vegetables, lamb, poultry or fish. Couscous differs in taste depending on the unique ingredients used; Agneau à la gargoulette: Another popular meal in Tunisia, it is a lamb stew that has been cooked over a charcoal fire in an earthenware vessel; Tunisian Tajine: It is more like a frittata. It is an egg-based appetizer that is made with meat and cheese or vegetarian; Makroudh: This is a fried semolina cake that is stuffed with date paste; Baklava: A very popular dessert in Tunisia, Baklava is a flaky pastry flavoured with almonds and honey. Lastly, Mint tea is the traditional drink of the Tunisian people, sometimes served with pine nuts or blanched almonds.

Tunisian cuisine is a true delight for foodies around the world. From the famous brik pastry to the hearty couscous dishes, Tunisian cuisine is a feast for the senses. The use of spices and herbs, such as harissa and mint, adds a unique flavor to every dish. Come and explore the rich culinary heritage of Tunisia and tease your palate with traditional Tunisian dishes.


  • Pickup and drop-off

  • Transportation and a professional guide

  • Food and beverages

   Not Included

  • Tips

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