- Northern Tunisia (Ariana, Bèja, Ben Arous, Bizerte, Jendouba, Mahdia, Manouba, Monastir, Nabeul, Siliana, Sousse, Tunis and Zaghouan)
The capital Tunis, the entire northern coast and the mountains, as well as a number of very popular seaside resorts on the Mediterranean Sea.
- Central Coast Tunisia (Gabès, Madanine, Sfax and Sidi Bouzid)
The Southern Beaches and the Bus Route to Libya
- Tunisia in the Sahara (Gafsa, Kairouan, Kasserine, Kebili, Kef, Tataouine and Tozeur)
The Sahara hinterland – rocky plains, desert dunes, trekking in the desert, several important archaeological sites.
- Tunis – the relaxed capital of Tunisia with easy access to Carthage and a very authentic souk
- Gabes – large city on the east coast, mostly a rail and bus transit point.
- Kairouan – an important place for Islamic pilgrimages
- El Kef – The architecture of Byzantine and Ottoman times in this small town in the north-west
- Monastir – ancient city with a history dating back to Phoenician times; today home to the country’s main charter airport
- Sfax – historic town with a large old Kasbah; also access to the Kerkennah Islands
- Sousse – a popular seaside resort with architecture listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
- Douz – “gateway to the desert”, a Saharan town known for its date palm plantations and Saharan tourism
- Tozeur – gateway to several oasis villages in the mountains
- Carthage – Phoenician colony, largest trading metropolis in the ancient world; famously razed by the Romans; remains now housed in a museum; easily reached by train from Tunis.
- Djerba – a Mediterranean island in the south popular with sun-seekers
- Dougga – impressive ruins of a remote Roman town
- El Jem – The Roman amphitheatre is one of the best-preserved in the world.
- Jebil National Park – A large national park in the Sahara with impressive sand dunes and rock formations.
- Kerkouane – Remains of the only untouched Punic settlement listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- Ksar Ghilane – on the edge of the sand desert, the Saharan oasis known for its hot spring and ancient Roman fort.
- Matmata – Berber village with cave dwellings where Star Wars’s Tatooine was filmed
- Metlaoui – board the restored vintage Red Lizard train as it winds through picturesque gorges and hills.
- Sufetula (Sbeitla) – a fairly well preserved Roman settlement in mid-western Tunisia.