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Planning a holiday in Tunisia? The country's main airport is located in Tunis, the capital. Search for flights to Tunis-Carthage International Airport (TUN) at least six months before you plan to travel for the cheapest flight deals. Most low cost and charter flights from Europe will land at Habib Bourguiba, Skanes-Monastir Airport (MIR).
The main draw for tourists in Tunisia are the country's Mediterranean beaches. The northern part of the country is temperate with rainy winters. For hot and dry weather, stick to the south in summer.
Direct flights to Tunisia from London take as little as 3 hours.
Tunisia is unlike any other country in the world. Its magical Mediterranean coastline attracts visitors from around the world while the country's interior hides historic treasures from centuries ago.
Beaches: The main beach resorts in Tunisia are located on the eastern coast from La Goulette to Monastir. If you have a Tunisia car hire, consider also taking a trip to the southern island of Djerba. It's usually quieter and the beaches are no less stunning.
Desert treks: The interior of Tunisia is ruthless desert, especially in the south. Make a trip to the towns of Douz or Tozeur where you can take a train that dates back to 1904 and travels through some of the most incredible desert mountain landscapes you can imagine.
Carthage: For history, Carthage is the best place to start. While little remains of the ancient city, it is still a must-see. Ruins here date back to the 6th century BC. The city was almost completely destroyed in the 3rd Punic War.
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There is no shortage of hotels in Tunisia. Tourism is booming here, even after the Arab Spring. In the popular beach areas you'll have a fine choice of beach resort hotels which are either all-inclusive or mostly all-inclusive. Some visitors opt to rent furnished apartments for more privacy and space.