Protesters chanted “work, freedom and national dignity”
2015 hit Tunisia hard and some may say they haven’t recovered. Two dreadful events:
Gunmen attacked the Bardo National Museum in the capital, killing 21 people, and
a few months later, attackers opened fire on a seaside resort near the coastal city of Sousse, killing almost 40 others.
Traveling to Tunisia?
Tourism revenues fell by 35 percent in 2015, compared to the previous year, and the number of tourists visiting Tunisia dropped by 30 percent, to 4.2 million people, the ministry of economy reported.
By comparison, nearly seven million tourists visited Tunisia before the revolution in 2010.