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Arriving On Flights to Tunis

Tunis, the capital of Tunisia, is a small, compact city. Tourists on direct flights to Tunis will arrive at Tunis-Carthage Airport, which is eight kilometres away from the city centre. The airport offers snack bars, cafes and restaurants to tourists on Tunis flights. Shops at the airport offer a range of products from Tunis. Wi-Fi is also available. Tourists arriving on Tunis flights can catch a taxi to the city centre.

Getting Around Tunis

Tunis is served by a four-line light metro system, which is run by the Societe des Transports de Tunis. This serves a range of attractions in the city. The TGM suburban train line takes tourists to the Marsa beaches. For long-distance journeys between Tunis and its neighbouring cities, the Societe Nationale des Chemins de Fer Tunisiens (SNCFT) domestic train is available. The Societe Nationale de Transport Interurbain (SNTI) is the Tunisian domestic bus line. The buses reach a variety of popular tourist hotspots. Louages (shared taxis) are common. These comprise an eight-passenger minibus that takes off to its destination whenever full capacity is reached.

Attractions in Tunis

The Bardo Museum is a must-visit attraction for tourists who have purchased airfare to Tunis. The museum is home to an extensive collection of precious Roman mosaics, sure to delight the young and the old. The Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul is the largest surviving building from the colonial era and is at the top of most tourist itineraries. Tourists who are feeling active may like to take a walking tour of the ancient buildings and mosques. Alternatively, they could sit down to watch an opera at the Theatre Municipal de Tunis. Belvedere Park, the largest park in the city, is home to the zoo and Museum of Modern Art. This attraction is popular with families who have travelled on Tunis flights.

Shopping, Dining and Nightlife in Tunis

Tourists who have purchased cheap flights to Tunis will take pleasure in a trip to the Halfaouine, an inexpensive food market located in the city. The Souk is the ideal place for tourists seeking a true taste of Tunis. Here, tourists are welcome to haggle and this means that many bargains are to be found. Those seeking a bite to eat can find a cheap yet filling meal at Restaurante Les Trois Etoiles. For delicious Italian-inspired cuisine, La Mamma is available for the taking. An exciting nightlife scene can be found at Le Boeuf sur le Toit, which serves up food and drinks to a background of upbeat live music.

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  • Carthage Airport (Tunis, Tunisia)
    • Right now, 28 airlines operate out of Carthage Airport.
    • Carthage Airport offers nonstop flights to 65 cities.
    • Every week, at least 70 domestic flights and 644 international flights depart from Carthage Airport.

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