The Viking Sea made a stop at La Goulette

915 cruise passengers including 802 Americans, British, Germans, and French… made stopover to the tourist village from the port of La Goulette the January 18.
They were on board the “Viking Sea” belonging to a Norwegian company offering high range cruises and working mainly in the U.S. market. Where the percentage of nationals US (85%) in the Viking Sea.
The ship docked at 9 in the morning to head back to 18 hours. These hours helped cruise passengers to visit tourist sites of the capital: Sidi Bou Said, the Museum of Bardo, the medina of Tunis and the ruins of Carthage.
An American tourist has told the national press: “it was an exceptional day during which we discovered the Tunisia, its archaeological sites, its ancient history. The Tunisia offers its visitors of particular cultural wealth. ” Another American cruise expressed his admiration for the beautiful sites of Sidi Bou Said and the greenery that “we met everywhere we went to discover beautiful natural landscapes in Carthage and the Bardo”. The next few days, the village will see several other stops, including 15 and 28 February, then March 1.