Getting Around in TunisEdit This
There are several modes of transportation in Tunisia. They vary from walking, driving, taxis and flight.
Driving in Tunis
One common option is driving, but it can be a sightseeing adventure.
Many of the people seem to be unconscious about their safety in driving
and you may see many unsafe and banged up vehicles, not to mention a
few traffic jams. There are car rental facilities to rent vehicles, but
some request that you rent a driver as well.
The Tunis Metro
Another form of transportation that may be a little safer is the
Tunis Metro. The Tunis Metro is an above ground tramway system. Tickets
are very reasonable and could be excellent ways for the out-of-towner
to sight see on their way to their destination. The only problem is
that if you are not conscious of your stop you may pass it. The stops are not very clearly marked. You can use the Trams and
train systems to see great things in and out of the city, such as
Museums or Carthage.
The most developed mode of transportation is use of a taxi, but be sure they turn on the meter to track your actual driving expense, or your wallet could be sorry. If you don’t need to cover a long distance, the best way and probably the most beneficial way would be to walk. There are many things to see on the way!