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Thuburbo Majus & Zaghouan via Roman Aqueduc - 1 Day

Starts at € 125 per person
Thuburbo Majus is a hidden gem in Tunisia, boasting a rich history and stunning natural beauty
Take a stroll through the ancient Roman aqueduct and marvel at the impressive engineering, while enjoying the lush farmland and peaceful surroundings
  • Trace the world's longest Aqueduct

  • Discover Tuburbo Majus, a large ancient Roman site 

  • Fresh lunch at a farm

  • Local Kaak pastry tasting

From: Tunis
Duration: 8 - 9 hours
Offered in: EN - ES - FR - DE - IT - JA
Itinerary can be customised upon request
All tours are private
Tour Details

Day 1

Thuburbo Majus via Roman Aqueduct - Zaghouan

We'll pick you up from your location in Tunis and start our trip in Carthage at the biggest excavated Water Cisterns in the world, it will follow the water itinerary via The Aqueduct, pass by Tuburbo Majus, an ancient large Roman site to reach the Temple of Water at the Mount of Zaghouan. Tracing the world's longest Aqueduct, you'll explore the unbelievable architectural genuine of the Romans and the work required to connect Carthage with a mineral water source located 80 km from the city and guarantee a regular flow of water for 300 000 inhabitants. You'll have a chance to do a Kaak pastry tasting, traditional bite-size pastries often served at special occasions. They’re slightly crunchy on the outside, and soft and buttery in the middle with a sweet almond flavor, and an aromatic hint of rose water. The story goes that when Andalusians were forced out of southern Spain in the 17th century, they baked their precious jewels in simple looking dough to hide them from thieves.


  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

  • Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle

  • Licensed guide and driver

  • Lunch with locals

  • All admission fees to historical sights

  • All taxes

   Not Included

  • Tips

  • Additional beverages

  • Sunscreen

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