Planning your transfer can be stressful, but we make the process easier for you by providing you with professional service, clean and comfortable vehicles. As an airport transfer service, we want to make your stay pleasant and stress-free from the arrival in the country.
Tunisia is a country in North Africa, and its neighbouring countries are Libya, Algeria and the Mediterranean Sea. It spreads on an area of 163.610 square kilometres and has over 11 million inhabitants. The country is known for its diverse natural terrain and its coastline that offers excellent beaches with clear water and luxury resorts.
Modern Standard Arabic is the official language of the country, but there are also many other spoken languages like Berber, French and Tunisian Arabic. The national currency of Tunisia is the Tunisian Dinar, and its currency code is TND. Tunisia has a well-developed public transport system that offers a railway network, light transit system, bus services and a lot of taxi companies. The driving is on the right side of the road.
Located on the Mediterranean Sea gulf, Tunis is the capital and also the largest city in Tunisia. It is a vibrant city filled with attractions where you can find many museums, parks and landmarks. The best attractions that this city has to offer are the remnants of ancient Carthage, the neighbourhood of Sidi Bou Said and the port suburb, La Goulette. Make sure to visit the nearby cities also, such asTataouine and Zarzis.
In Tunis, the public transport includes a metro system, bus network, railway system and taxis. The metro system has eight lines and 66 stations so you can go anywhere you like within the city and the suburbs as well. Almost all routes are on time, the transport is very comfortable, and the fares are not expensive.
Tunis–Carthage International Airport serves the historic city of Carthage and also the capital, Tunis. It has two terminals and handles over 5 million passengers per year. At the terminals, you will find facilities and services that include ATMs, lounges, wi-fi and restaurants.
Once you land, you can get to Tunis city centre by bus, train, airport taxi and by our airport transfer. Travelling by bus can take about 27 min and by train for about 8 min. Both means of transport offer rides every 15 min. Airport taxis are also available outside the terminal building.
Djerba–Zarzis International Airport serves the island of Djerba and it is the second-busiest in terms of air traffic. The passenger facilities include gift shops, cafeterias, bars, an exchange office and a post office. Some airlines that offer regular flights are Luxair, Tunisair Express, Tunisair and Nouvelair. The public transport to and from the airport includes bus lines, and there are also airport taxis available.
Enfidha–Hammamet International Airport is the third-busiest and the most popular among tourists because it is close to the Tunisian holiday resorts. The services and facilities include lounges, health control office, currency exchange offices, shops and cafes. Once you land, you can get to city centre by bus and airport taxi.
The quickest way to get to your location in Tunisia is by booking an airport transfer with us. Our service includes meet and greet at the arrivals gate, free updates on your booking, flight monitoring for delays and free cancellation.