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How To Get To Tunis Ferry Port

  • Tunis Ferry Port by Car

    Tunis Ferry Port is located at La Goulette, 8 miles north of Tunis and can be reached by following the P1 road and then following the signs to the ferry port.

  • Tunis Ferry Port by Train

    La Goulette (the name of the port) is the second stop after Tunis for the local train that goes along the coast up to La Marsa. The train service is run by the National Train Company, SNCFT. Tunis can be reach from various towns such as Hammamet-Sousse, Bizerte, Tabarka and Dougga. For more information, visit the SNCFTwebsite.

  • Tunis Accommodation

    If you’re looking to spend a night at or near Tunis Ferry port before or after your trip or if you are looking for accommodation for your entire stay, please visit our Tunis Accommodation page for the best accommodation prices and one of the largest selections available online!

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Tunis Guide

What is there to do in Tunis?

Tunis marries authentic Africa with the cosmopolitan feel of southern Europe; religious buildings boasting striking spires intertwine between a metropolis of trendy bars and thriving restaurants – the city centre represents a myriad of cultures from across the globe in its array of eateries and outlets. The main stretch of amenities lies in the Habib Bourguiba, an avenue drenched in coffee places, refreshing cafes and cosy spaces to sit and watch the passers-by amidst the pleasant weather. Alongside the monasteries and mosques, Tunis displays a wealth of culture; Bardo Musuem offers a fascinating insight into the history of Tunisia’s north coast, the perfect trip for anyone with a thirst for history. The museum showcases the city’s proud past, but for an exploration of the present architecture and infrastructure, the Medina Tunis is a mecca of traditional residential areas. The residential estates and urban design exude a busy city feel, but Tunis’ selling point lies in its proximity to the coast – the beach is always just a short ride away.

How do you get around Tunis?

Tunis has a plethora of public transport options, so transportation is rife in the city.

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