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Transportation - Getting Around in Tunis - Tunisia

By Car - Tunis

By Car

Families that wish to move around flexibly are usually seen renting a car in Tunis. However, one should keep in mind that the tourist places are packed with pedestrians in peak seasons and maneuvering a car becomes quite hard. Moreover, renting is not without hassle. An international driver’s...

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By domestic train - Societe Nationale des Chemins de Fer Tunisiens (SNCFT) - Tunis

By domestic train - Societe Nationale des Chemins de Fer Tunisiens (SNCFT)

Unlike the TGM, the domestic train reaches beyond Tunis and provides easy commute to different cities of Tunisia. The train journey, from the station in Palace Barcelone through the forests, landscapes and hills of Tunis is a pleasant ride with picturesque scenes and a fun filled experience.  ...

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By light metro - Tunis

By light metro

A very convenient and enjoyable way to get around town is to take one of the four lines of the light metro that interchange at the city center. These metros are a relatively new system established in Tunis and so they have a well organized route and buses leave various stops every few minutes....

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By Lounges (shared Taxis) - Tunis

By Lounges (shared Taxis)

Another popular way to explore Tunis is to buy a ticket for a shared Taxi. This taxi is similar to a minivan with a capacity of 7 to 8 people. Lounges in Tunis do not have any fixed schedules for taking off, the drivers wait for 8 people to gather in the lounge station for the ride to start. Shared...

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By TGM Train - Tunis

By TGM Train

The TGM train is a good carrier for traveling from the main city to the suburbs or the beaches of Marsa. The train lines are between 1 and 4 and passengers board from the Tunis Marine station for their journey for 680 millimies (one way). The TGM, having a small reach, connects the closest areas...

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On Foot - Tunis

On Foot

If you are in Tunis for sightseeing and want to leave no stone unturned, travelling by foot is the most suitable and adventurous way to cover the landmarks in the medina as well as the new city.  Walking travel tours are also offered by the tourist office because in the medina, walking is the...

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