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Tunisia of the Impressionists

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Tunisia

  • Activities

    Private Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    $640 USD per person
  • Duration

    3 Days

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Custom

  • Starting Location

    Tunis

  • Price Includes

    • 3 day fully guided tour, air conditioned vehicle (private car or minivan), gas, parking, all entrance fees. • 2 nights accommodation in Kairouan & Hammamet, in 5* historic luxury hotels.

Highlights

  • Day 1: Tunis, La Goulette, Sidi Bou Said, La Marsa. Baron Rodolphe d’Erlanger – an aristocratic Orientalist painter & musicologist Dar Ennejma Ezzahra, built between 1912-1922, which is today the Center of Arab & Mediterranean Music A picturesque drive through the countryside with its sprawling vineyards, orchards and colonial estates brings us to Hammamet. Dar Sebastien. Afternoon in Hammamet & overnight.
  • Day 2: Hammamet to Kairouan. A full day exploring the monuments and narrow lanes of Kairouan’s ancient medina. Overnight in Kairouan.(B & D)
  • Day 3: Kairouan, Takrouna, Return to Tunis. En route back to Tunis, we visit Takrouna, a medieval hilltop village. The Blue Rock Project, the creation of a local Tunisian artist, who is also the daughter in law of a well known Tunisian painter. Return to Tunis in the afternoon.(B) Option (upon request) wine tasting at one of the finest wine producers in Tunisia, or a visit of an olive oil factory. (B)

Guide

Trip Info

On April 3, 1914, the artists Paul Klee, Louis Moilliet, August Macke arrived in the port of Tunis after many days sailing from Marseilles. Their time spent here would have a lasting & profound impact on their work. They were not the first European artists to spend time here – on this tour we will learn of the others who came to North Africa – artists, poets, painters. During these 3 days, we will follow their Journey through Tunisia.

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