Since the Sousse attacks of 2015, Tunisia's deckchairs have been empty and its hotels abandoned.
Amnesty International accuses Tunisian law enforcement of abusing new counterterrorism legislation and committing human rights violations.
Authorities have tightened security at tourist sites in an attempt to reassure visitors in the wake of the Tunisian beach resort attack.
Video has emerged showing the aftermath of the attack, meanwhile authorities revealed that the gunman attended jihadi training camp in Libya at the same time as the National Bardo Museum assailants.
The North African country is clamping down after 38 people were killed in Friday's shooting. But experts say that shutting down mosques may just drive radical elements underground.