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Sadly we didn’t get to go to this port as it was the day our embassy in Benghazi was attacked. For safety and security—and I agree a wise decision—the captain elected not to go. I was disappointed not to have been able to, but realized it was for the best. Hopefully another day and time!!
Overall a fun experience. We haggled a tour out of one of the aggressive Taxi drivers in Port. He showed us the city and took us to some local market. The locals were nice but the vendors couple get aggressive at times. Don't let anyone put anything in your hands. Even water bottles. They will try to charge your for it. Just remember nothing is free.
Not as clean as the other cities, but they were very friendly.
Visited: Nov 16, 2013
Fascinating daylong tour of Tunis and Carthage. Highly recommend Bardo Museum.
Visited: Dec 07, 2017
La Goulette is nice. Better to go into the town like Medina. We got a cab there and back for less then the boat excursion would be. Medina has nice shops and many beggars, but it was fun. Not enough time here.
Visited: Jul 15, 2011
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