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Tunisia Travel Tips and Information

Tunisia Travel Tips and Information

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Official NameTunisian Republic
Population11.4 million
Country CodeTN
Country Code (international calls)216

The flight time to Tunisia is approximately 12 hours. Check the climate, currency, religion, manners, other information of Tunisia below. Wishing you pleasant travels to Tunisia.

Tunisia is a North African country on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea.

Visa and Immigration Procedures to Tunisia

Tunisia has a long list of visa exempt countries. Nationals from countries on this list are able to enter Tunisia visa-free and stay for up to 3 months. For all other nationals, a visa must be applied for at the embassy of coverage.

Things/Items Allowed into Tunisia

Passengers are allowed to bring in 200 individual cigarettes or 50 cigars, 1 liter of alcohol with more than 25% volume and 250 milliliters of perfume.

Things/Items Forbidden out of Tunisia

•Arms and Ammunition •Raw Meat

Things/Items Forbidden into Tunisia

•Arms and Ammunition •Narcotics

Voice of Travelers to Tunisia

Unforgettable Experience In Tunisia

Exploring new cultures and places is something my family and I have always loved to do, so we decided to book our tickets to Tunisia. We live in London, so we were looking for direct flight tickets to Tunisia since it would otherwise be a long flight. We found tickets with British Airways, and even got a discount on our tickets. The flight was amazing, and we made sure we reserved a local guide and bought tickets for all the museums in Tunisia. We had an amazing time. Great beaches, extravagant culture, not to mention a beautiful desert, is what we experienced in Tunisia. I already booked more tickets for September for a trip with my friends to Tunisia. I loved this place.

Fun At The Desert

I always wanted to explore something new, and always wanted to see the desert, so Tunisia was the natural choice. I prebooked my tickets from Paris to Tunisia with AirFrance – without getting a return ticket since I wanted to stay for a little longer. The flight was great, we arrived on time, the staff at Tunisia's airport checked my tickets and were kind enough to help me with directions. The Sahara offers so many activities, such as camel rides. I spent one month in Tunisia and still hadn't had enough of it. I had to endure a little trouble finding tickets back to Paris, because I didn't have a return ticket – but luckily AirFrance found me a ticket and I got home safely.

Tunisia Travel FAQs

Q. What is the best season to visit Tunisia?

A. Tunisia has a Mediterranean climate, with warm coastal weather and sunshine year-round. The most popular season to visit is from June to September when the weather is the hottest. The weather conditions are perfect for beachgoing.

Tunisia - Direct Flights to Major Airports

Airports handling direct flights toCarthage Airport・ Rome Fiumicino Airport ・ Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport ・ Luqa Malta International Airport ・ London Heathrow Airport etc.

Airports handling direct flights toDjerba–Zarzis International Airport・ London Heathrow Airport ・ Venice Marco Polo Airport ・ Cairo International Airport  etc.

Airports handling direct flights toHabib Bourguiba Intl Airport・ Cairo International Airport ・ London Heathrow Airport  etc.

Airports handling direct flights toSfax El Maou Airport・ Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport ・ Barcelona Airport  etc.

Flight Routes to Tunisia

Major airlines that offer flights to Tunisia are Nouvelair, TunisAir Express, Air France, Lufthansa, Alitalia and EgyptAir. Direct flights to Tunisia leave regularly from London, Paris, Rome, Malta, Egypt and more. Tunisia's main international airport is Tunis-Carthage International Airport.