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Tunisia Ranks As Second Most Popular Destination

One of the biggest online French travel agencies, “quotidiendutourisme.com” announced that Tunisia has ranked as the second most popular destination by its customers. Leclerc’s list of favorite destinations ranks France first with 35 percent of the total number of passengers, Tunisia ranks second at 13 percent, followed by Morocco at 8 percent, and continental Spain (7 percent).   

Tunisia recently ranked as one of the top five destinations for French tourists with about one million visiting each year.  This represents the largest number of European tourists to Tunisia.
 

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