Perhaps the most dominating Catholic Church in Tunis, the Cathedral of Saint Paul has been built on neo-byzantine structures with two towers that can be seen from far. The church holds a lot of importance for its followers because Saint Paul, a Frenchman was abducted by pirates to Tunis and held in prison for two years in 1605. History has it, he was sanctified by the pope in the 18th century.
With such a rich history embedded in its wall, this cathedral is a prime tourist spot in the district of Bab El Bahr.
Location: Avenue Habib Bourguiba
Place de l'Indépendance