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Cheap flights to Tunisia

Tunisia is best known for its long stretches of beautiful beaches and its immensely important historical sites, making it a rewarding destination for people of all preferences. As well as its historic cities and excellent coastal resorts, its desert landscape almost makes it an exciting place for outdoor enthusiasts. The country also boasts a selection of UNESCO World Heritage Sites which are a must-see for any visitor including many remnants of its ancient Roman past.

What to do in Tunisia

Tunisia offers a lot for people of all ages whether it is exploring its unique history or soaking up the glorious weather on one of its golden beaches. Many quality resorts and hotels can be found around its coastal regions, while active water-based pursuits such as jet skiing and fishing are also popular with visitors to the county. The Saharan desert is another exciting place of opportunity and adventurers will find a few old desert towns in amidst the stunning desert landscape.

In Tunis, the capital of Tunisia, visitors can explore the winding streets and busy souks where almost everything imaginable can be found. Many of the country’s most interesting historical sites are in the capital which makes it an ideal place for sightseers who enjoy wandering and exploring. Those interested in culture and history will not want miss out on a visit to the city of Carthage and its many ancient remains or the El Jem Roman amphitheater, a certified world heritage site.

 

Cheap flights to Tunisia

The busiest entry point to Tunisia for international visitors is Tunis-Carthage International Airport just outside Tunis, the capital of the country. Many airlines provide cheap flights to Tunisia at Tunis-Carthage International Airport as well as Monastir Habib Bourguiba International Airport, mostly from destinations around Europe. The country also has a number of airports operating both domestic and international routes. Nationals of a large number of countries including UK, United States and UAE are not required to get a visa in order to stay in the country for up to 90 days.

Tunisia Travel Information

The currency in Tunisia is the Tunisian dinar which can be acquired from currency exchanges within the country as it is a closed currency which cannot be brought in or out of Tunisia. The summer temperatures in Tunisia can reach scorching highs between June and August, so many advise visiting from April to June or September to November when the climate is a lot more pleasant.

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