Tunisia once again welcomes travelers

04/11/2012 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

After recently emerging from a fierce battle to regain its freedom, Tunisia has mostly settled down and reopened its doors to travelers. The country's attractions range from the ancient Roman amphitheater in El Jem to the more modern Lezard Rouge luxury train in Metlaoui. In between, travelers will enjoy welcoming smiles from locals eager for a rebirth of the country's tourism industry.

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