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Bizerte Travel Guide  

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Bizerte (or Bizerta) is considered as one of the oldest and most European cities in Tunisia. It is just 50 minutes from the capital city, Tunis, and is one of the country’s leading commercial ports. Its proximity to important port cities like Sicily increases its strategic value.
Bizerte is considered cooler than the rest of Tunisia. It is one of the country’s few cities that actually ‘meet’ the sea. The average day time temperature varies from 15°C–25°C.
The city has a resident population of more than 114,000 people. It has a very diverse economy ranging from oil refineries to porcelain factories and is famous for its grapes and wines. Tourism is a year-long phenomenon, giving Bizerte the status of a very popular ocean holiday destination.

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Reviews Bizerte

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : Although there are few hotels and restaurants compared to other resorts, Bizerte still has plenty to offer its tourists. Lake Ichkeul, designated as one of only two wetland heritage sites by the UNESCO, is unusual because its water is partly... more fresh and partly salty. As for the beaches, the Raf Raf beach is considered one of the best beaches in Tunisia. Along the coast road, called Route de la Corniche, one can find exotic beaches and old European buildings. The seventeenth century Great Mosque, showcasing Bizerte’s Turkish influences, is also worth visiting. No trip to the town is complete without a visit to Cap Blanc, the northernmost tip of Africa, with hanging cliffs and clear blue water excellent for divers. Bizerte has an active night life in the summertime, with live performances. A popular ocean-facing restaurant in town is Le Petit Mousse, offering delicious sea food.
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