Discover the Beautiful Tunisia

Welcome To Tunisia

How can I fly to Tunisia?

Tunisia is a North African country, very accessible to fly to. It is approximately between 2 to 3 hours from most European countries, 8 hours from North-America, West-Asia, sub-Saharan Africa.
Tunisia has four international airports: Tunis-Carthage, Ennfidha, Monastir, Djerba.

Do I need a VISA to go to Tunisia?

Most European, North-American, African, Arab and some Asian countries do not need Visa to get in Tunisia. The visa procedure is not complicated, and we could have advantages to get it easier for participants.
There will be a VISA coordinator among the organizing committee to ensure the smooth running of the procedure.
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Tunisia has diplomatic relations with almost all countries worldwide. The freedom of moving into and from our country is respected within the UN charts.

What should I eat in Tunisia?

We have a Mediterranean cuisine influenced by the mixture of many cultures.
It is safe to eat street-food in Tunisia (if you hold spicy flavors) due to very strict routine controls from the national health minister.
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Where can I stay accommodated in Tunisia?

Tunisia is a touristic country with a good standing of hotels for affordable prices.
It is possible to enjoy our beautiful country by spending no more than 20 Euros a day.
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How can I travel in Tunisia?

Public transportations cover all the country. They are generally very cheap. In addition, taxis are also very affordable, if there is need to use them.
The rail network connects the North to the South.
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Is it safe to go to Tunisia?

Circulating in Tunisia is mostly safe. As any country there is a need to be cautious in some very restricted area, but it is still one of the safest countries in the world. The venue of the congress is accredited for security.
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Tunisia is a safe country according to the global peace index 2018.

What can I visit in Tunisia?

Nature:

The 1,300 kilometers (810 miles) of coastline include the African conjunction of the western and eastern parts of the Mediterranean Basin and, by means of the Sicilian Strait and Sardinian Channel, feature the African mainland’s second and third nearest points to Europe after Gibraltar. Cape Angela is the northernmost point on the African continent. So, Tunisia is recognized to have ones of the most beautiful beaches in world. From north to south, the landscape change from dense forests, mountains, very fertile soil to desert, oasis, and dunes. The panel of colors that the country is offering in amazing.
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Culture:

During its history Tunisia was the cross road of many civilizations and migrants that included Phoenicians of Carthage the Romains, Vandals, Byzantines, Arabic, Spanish, Ottomans, and French. Most of this groups left significant imprint upon Berbers who are the original population.

As a synthesis of all these civilizations, Tunisia has many Historical sites declared to be humanity inheritance.

Places to visit

Medina of Tunis

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Sidi Bou Said

Bardo Museum

Dougga

El Djem

Kairouan

Matmata & The Ksour

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Desert & Oasis

Mediterranean Beaches