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There are many flights to Tunisia especially from the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta. The quickest flights to Tunis, Tunisia, from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport and Halim Perdanakusuma Airport, Jakarta, take about 17h 15m with at least one stopover. The other popular city in Tunisia is Djerba, which can be reached in around 26h. From Surabaya, another important city in Indonesia, to Tunis, the flight duration ranges between 22h to 39h, and to reach Djerba, Tunisia, the quickest flight takes around 29h 17m. Turkish Airlines offer affordable Tunisian flight deals. The other airlines that provide flights are Qatar Airways, Nouvelair, Tunisair, or a combination of these.
There are no direct flights to Tunisia from Indonesian cities. However, there are flights with one and two stops. Depending on the flights, the stopovers can be at Brussels, Cairo, Paris, Hong Kong, Frankfurt, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, or Istanbul airports. Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways, Tunisair, and Nouvelair offer flights with one-stop flights to Tunisia. There are other multiple airlines that offer flights with more than one stop but these take a longer time to reach the destination. When you are booking cheap flights to Tunisia with a stopover make sure that the change-over duration is not too long.
Tunisia is a small country in North Africa, known for its famous beaches and coastal resorts. There are quite a few ways to get around this country with public transport being one of the cheapest means but not the most reliable. Yellow city buses run all over the city, but visitors find it difficult to get aboard as all the information is in Arabic. Trams are easier to use than buses and tickets have to be bought before travel. Suburban trains are an option and connect the city to the beaches. It is a cheap and convenient way to travel but can get crowded. But the best part is that the trains start as early as around 5.00 and run until around midnight. Suburban trains connect the central part of Tunis with the beachside of La Goulette, Carthage, and La Marsa. It takes about 15m to reach these ports from the city and a traveller has to buy tickets before boarding the train. Taxis are also an option but beware that they charge extra for late evening trips between 21.00 and 6.00. Also, request them to use the taxi meter as sometimes drivers do not turn them on. The base rate is Rp 24795.10 or DT 4.7.
Tunisia is known for its exquisite beaches and historic attractions and its delightful mix of metro and retro features. One of the things to see when in the city is the ruins of Carthage, which is believed to be an old-world trading empire. The city has many historic places and narrow streets with marketplaces with a different vibe. A visit to the Mediterranean beaches is a must as you can witness a gorgeous coastline with golden sand. One of the popular beaches in the Sidi Mahrez and Segui, which are wide and long. When in Tunisia, do visit the world’s largest desert, the Sahara. The food in Tunisia is also a highlight - especially the seafood.
Passengers travelling to Tunisia from Indonesia should have a tourist visa. The passport should have a validity of at least three months from the date of visa application.