Tunisia Tour Guide: Recommended Clothing

Tunisia Tour Guide: Recommended Clothing Last updated on Monday 26th April 2010

Tunisia is a Muslim country, so dress should be modest.

Swimsuits and beachwear are acceptable at the coastal resorts; visitors entering any mosque should be decently dressed.

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