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Cheap Flights to Tunisia

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How much do things cost in Tunisia?
Taxi 1hour Waiting $6.31
Tomato (1kg) $0.63
Chicken breasts at the market $4.82
Rice (white) $1.14
Pack of cigarettes $3.15
Milk (1 liter) $0.71
Apartment (1 bedroom) outside of centre $198.87
Coke bottle $0.57
Cappuccino $1.17
Taxi start $0.28
* All price are converted to USD

About Tunisia

Tunisia is a peaceful country found in North Africa. It’s surrounded by Mediterranean Sea towards the north, Malta and Italy in the south. The government recognizes March 20th as Tunisia’s Independence Day, during this day most businesses including hotels remain closed. Visitors are advised to plan their trip early and avoid inconveniences. Most cheap flights to Tunisia connect right into Tunis, and from there one can board a bus to other towns in the country.

This country has a dynamic socio-cultural history that can be traced back to the Antiquity era. The ancient Carthage Empire also had its administrative center in this country. In fact, scientists believe that Tunis currently sits at the heart of where Carthage capital used to be.

There are many interesting things to do in this country, such as playing at the magnificent Mediterranean beaches, exploring vast desserts and hiking across Atlas Mountains. Cheap flights to Tunisia can be enjoyed at less than 500$ a trip, travelers can buy tickets directly from the embassy in their home country. There are many tour agencies in this nation. They help people choose cost-effective travel experiences suitable for their lifestyle.

Temperature levels in this country tend to be hot and humid. However, it may get quite dry during the months of between Oct and Dec. Visa documents are not mandatory for the citizens of certain countries, these include Austria, Algeria, Argentina, Belize and Bahrain among many others.

Even though Tunisia is renowned for its magnificent beaches, it also has an exceptional archaeological context dating back 1000's of years back. This nation was home to the famous ruler Hannibal. He’s known for crossing through Alps Mountain seeking to overthrow the Roman Empire. Though he failed in this venture, this warrior is still considered one of the best strategists ever.

There are several comfortable hotels in Tunisia. Nonetheless, those who want some privacy can spend more for money to access summer rental apartments. It’s recommendable for visitors to organize their accommodations few weeks before travelling, plus the internet has also opened doors for reservation of rooms. It only takes a few clicks for people to choose their favorite hotels through the net. Visiting Tunisia is a trip worth remembering for several years to come.

Information about travelling to Tunisia

  • Cellphone owners in Tunisia
    12.84 million (68th)
  • Independence of Tunisia
    20 March 1956

    National Holiday : Independence Day, 20 March
  • Age structure of Tunisia
    0-14-years 23%
    15-24-years 16%
    25-54-years 44.6%
    55-64-years 7.9%
    65-years-and-over 7.7%
  • Religions of Tunisia
    Muslim 99.1%
    other 1%
  • Industries of Tunisia
  • Ethnic groups of Tunisia
    Arab 98%
    European 1%
    Jewish and other 1%