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why travel to tunis?

The laid back yet exotic capital of Tunisia is filled with numerous attractions. Starting from Medina, popularly known as the Old Town and a tourist attraction in itself, to the Ville Nouvelle (New Town), home to authentic French Cafes and delights, visitors get to avail the real blend of East with the West within Africa. To explore the remnants of Tunisia’s past, make sure you make a trip down Bardo Museum and experience the Mosaic collection first hand, with room after room of exhibits and intricate mosaics which cannot be found where. The ‘Bay of Tunis’, also known as the Carthage, withholds an impressive sight of columns and tons of marble rubble, bordered by a magnificent panorama of the Mediterranean Sea. Architectural history lies preserved in the forms of large villas with their own verandas, known as ‘Dar’s, among which a few have been given high status as they served as palaces of the local rulers. Tunis has outskirts bordered with small villages which highlight the traditional way of life of the nomadic farmers, For a good glimpse of its Islamic heritage, there are plenty of old mosques to come across, some of them even heading madressas or religious schools for Islamic scholars. 

what about the airlines offering cheap flights to tunis?

At present some of the top air operators that are providing cheap tickets to Tunis from London include Air Canada, Air France, KLM, Egypt Air and Turkish Airlines. 

what is the average flight time from uk to tunis?

The average flight time from London (Heathrow) to Tunis is 2 hours and 51 minutes. 

are there any airlines offering direct flights to tunis?

None of the airlines provide direct flights between London to Tunis at present. 

how far is the airport from the city centre?

Tunis-Carthage Airport, which is one of the 10th busiest airports in Africa, is located four miles from the capital city of Tunis. 

how to get from the airport to the city centre?

Depending on the traffic, the ride from the airport to the city centre will take only 15 to 20 minutes. Taxis which are easily available just outside the airport are used by travellers to get to the main city from the Tunis Carthage Airport. Other forms of transportation include regular bus lines connecting from the airport. The local train is located at a distance from the airport and will need to be accessed while relying on other means of local transport.   

how to get around tunis?

Cars are not necessary to explore Tunis, as the best way to do so is by walking on foot. The wonders and attractions of Tunis can be best explored by putting on those joggers and walking around the city. However, it should be noted that public transportation is commonly used to get from one place to another. This is also the cheapest form of transportation, and is also very frequent, as Tunis is the hub of nationwide bus networks numbering at about 70, each with their lounge and main platforms. Light rail and tram are substitute options for public transport to reach from stop to stop. The downside of these mass transit options is that they become very inconvenient during rush hours. Taxis are also common as most travellers hire a taxi for the whole day and discover the city on their own.

best time to visit tunis?

The best time to explore Tunis is during the months when the weather is pleasant. This means the best time to visit is during the months of October to May or March to June. 

what are the hotels and accommodation options in tunis?

Tunis, the capital of Tunisia, provides endless comfort and luxury with its numerous hotels, resorts and motels. The hotels at Tunis are the perfect blend of sensual elegance and comfort. They exhibit the culture and heritage beautifully so whichever one you choose would be a whole new experience of Tunis. Most of the 5 star hotels are located at a distance of only 15 to 20 minutes drive from the airport and most of the top attractions of Tunis are easily accessible from here. There is no international hotel chain present in the city, except perhaps the Carlton. Towards the port side facing the sea, there are resort hotels with dedicated spa services and relaxation amenities. The old Medina area is denser towards the budget category, with historical buildings converted to serve commercial purpose as Dars with traditional services. Overall, there is a culture of balconies and verandas generally observed among the accommodations. 

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