Tunika Hippie Boho – A Hippie Shop on the Go

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You are on a journey with Tuna Hippie Boho to explore the hippie culture of Tunika, situated in the Southern Alps. Tuna Hippie Boho is part of the Swinburne tribe and is one of the many hippie tourist attractions that you will find in Swinburne Australia. It was established in 1969 with a view to providing a sanctuary for spiritual people who wished to practice their beliefs in relative solitude. Since then, the hippie community has spread across Australia and today has more than 20 clubs, many of which have become popular tourist destinations.

The first attraction to set your eyes on when you arrive in Tunika for the first time is the “Tunika Shopping Village”. Here you will find a unique collection of independent shops, boutiques, cafes, craft workshops and vintage stores to shop at. There is a large playground area in front of the shops, which is great for playing games, running around, or having some fresh air. There is a free art centre called “The Emily Van Den” situated on tunika road just across the road from Tuna Hippie Boho and the Swinburne Art Gallery.

You may wish to spend some time wandering the streets of Tunika, looking at the many historic buildings and architecture. Just down the road from Tuna Hippie Boho is the famous Art Deco Building, which was home to the famous art deco photographer, Emile Zola. His studio is open to visitors through the year, although the regular schedule changes. There is also the Zola Blixen Gallery where you can view some of his work. Further up the road from Tunika is the Zola Foundation Museum, where you will be able to see the original Zola painting, prints and reproductions.

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As well as exploring the history of Tunika, there are many more interesting sites to see in the area. Tunika Hippie Boho has its own waterway, called the Wunderwater, which can take visitors on a walking tour of the town and its surrounding areas. The Wunderwater passes through a number of tourist attractions, including the old-style German church called the Christ church, Leith Hall, St. John’s Church, the Jewish Museum, the Zola Blixen Gallery, the Kebabula Restaurant, and the Wunderwainer. Some of the attractions include the Kebabula, which is the traditional Moroccan eatery with a unique Arab style, and the beautiful Crystal Caves.

Tunika Hippie Boho has many more opportunities for people who want to experience cultures from around the world. For example, the hippie hangouts at Tuna Hippie Boho include the Tuna Bar and the Tuna Shop, which offer free tasting of local and international wines and beers. You can enjoy coffee, tea, and even chocolate during these free guided visits, while enjoying the beautiful scenery and night life in the area. The Tuna Shop offers a variety of glich, meze, and schmorgisch dishes, such as herring, schnitzel, stropple, and herringbone pasta.

In addition to visiting local shops and businesses, you will also want to consider some of the special events that are held in Tuna Hippie Boho. There is often a large open air market called Blixenfest, which is held every Wednesday night in November. This market is the biggest of its kind in Ibiza and visitors often come back to see it each year because of the sights and sounds of the different food and drink festivals. Other events include a samba show, a puppet show, folkloric performances, and live performances by groups from Ibiza and other parts of Spain. These shows are a fantastic way to experience the culture and music of Spain firsthand.

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When it comes to shopping in Tuna Hippie Boho you will want to head over to Princesa Isabel Avenue. This street is known as a “Borough of Glitch”, which is a reference to the strange street art and street performers that often populate the area. Some of the more popular performers include the “Wundersch Neisser”, a German-speaking street musician who wears a pink top and pink trousers with a purple bow, and “Chicks From Ibiza”. The “Chicks From Ibiza” wear homemade face paint, create puppets, and perform music from a variety of instruments.

Tunika Hippie Boho also has a large indoor market in the center of town. You can visit the hippie market before you head out for the night, or if you are more adventurous you can take part in the shopping and get to know the shop keepers, musicians, and other vendors of wares that are featured on the market. If you are looking for souvenirs, locally made jams, or just things that you can take home with you, there are plenty of those available too. For some shoppers, this market serves as an excuse to hop into the sea too! Whatever you are looking for, it can be found at the hippie Ibiza Kleid.

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