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Reviewed 6 June 2018

One of the only cities in which romans kept the original architecture after conquering it. It is certainly due to its royal past at the time it was conquered. I really enjoyed visiting it and the guide was very nice and helpfull.

Thank Mounir E
Reviewed 28 May 2018

A guide is helpful to interpret this site which is massive. For me, the best part of the city was the underground villa. This is where a knowledgeable guide comes in to flesh out the story of how and what as well as where to...More

Thank RTC411
Reviewed 27 April 2018

At first glance, Bulla Regia does not look over-impressive. This is because its joys are mainly underground. The Romans who lived here avoided the heat with living quarters below ground. So here you see rooms with lovely mosaics by looking down. Like much in Tunisia...More

1  Thank gauntlett2016
Reviewed 24 April 2018 via mobile

So glad we took a detour along a beautiful road and scenery from Tunis to this place. It was so green and pretty. These underground villas were so interesting and the main one excavated is huge. We never covered the whole area. But so glad...More

Thank Chris P
Reviewed 5 March 2017

I entered Bulla Regia without a guide and because of the time of year no one but me to see stuff. Amel, a very knowledgeable site guide, spotted a lone Westerner, zipped over, offered her services and made the site come alive. I paid the...More

Thank rob2269
Reviewed 6 November 2016

Hopped off a morning louage from Ain Draham, at Bulla junction and first car stopped <30secs, lifted me up with a cheery wand 3km along the way. The autumn stroll would have been dandy, but it was a warm touch to start the day. Thank...More

1  Thank sadeeyor
Reviewed 3 May 2016

Bulla Regia is a little more than 2 hours from Tunis. I hired a driver and combined a tour here in March 2016 with a visit to Dougga, which is possible but makes for a very long day. Bulla Regia is known for its Roman...More

3  Thank Mitch G
Reviewed 30 April 2015

We went here just after Easter 2015. There had been heavy rain so some rooms were closed, but it did not matter. The site is huge, takes 2 - 3 hours to tour, and a guide is essential. With a good guide, the place comes...More

2  Thank Paul_McHugh
Reviewed 13 February 2015

Unique underground Roman villas with intact moasic flloors still retaining their original colours and beauty.

2  Thank Joseph G
Reviewed 26 October 2014

I had no idea Tunisia had such terrific Roman ruins. This is a good site for a day trip from Tunis, combined with Dougga, which is an absolute must see. We had the entire site to ourselves. Beautiful ruins, huge villas obviously owned by super...More

2  Thank KevinB229
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