Getting Around in TunisiaEdit This
With options via air or land, Tunisia transportation makes visiting the city an easy thing to do. There are several ground transportation options depending upon where you are traveling once in Tunisia.
The best way to get to Tunisia is by using the national domestic airline, Sevenair, which operates some charter routes as well as regular routs to France, Spain and Italy. Online booking is possible, although booking through a travel agency is best. International airlines also service the airport. The airport is served by taxi or bus.
Your land options include private taxis with sample fares for a four-seater at 40 Euros or 50 Euros, depending on your destination, rental cars and buses that are all quite cheap.
The Louage is a long-distance, shared taxi. It offers fixed rates and routes but does not have regular destination times. They run frequently and often contain about 8 passengers. It is an economical and efficient method of transportation in Tunisia.
The tram line in Tunisia is called the Metro Legere. There is a hub on the Place de Barcelona, which is across from the main train station. Tickets may be purchased ahead of time for the above-ground train line. It is one of the best ways to see the city. The train may be used to travel outside of the city. There are several routes, and the cars are air conditioned.