Strategically positioned in the southern Mediterranean, Tunisia sits between Algeria and Libya. Gaining independence from France in 1956, the country has been undergoing change as it develops a new constitution.

Key exports include textiles and apparel, food products, petroleum products, chemicals, and phosphates. Some 80% of exports are for the European Union, Tunisia’s main trading partner. Investments in education and infrastructure have helped improve the country’s annual GDP growth and living standards.

The capital, Tunis is a mix of European, African and Arab. Cuisine is international. There are many resorts along the Mediterranean coast. If you are interested in history, Tunisia has many Roman ruins to explore.

The Essentials

10.8 million 
Tunisian dinar 
Mild wet winters and hot, dry summers
Largest Cities
Tunis (cap) pop 1 m, Sfax pop 1 m, Nabeul pop 0.8m 
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