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TGM Train

TGM Train – this is an 18-station light rail line that connects Tunis to other parts of the country, such as La Goulette, Carthage, Sidi Bou Said, and Marsa Plage (beach). This line is relevant for tourists interested in visiting, for example many of the Roman-era ruins found in the Carthage area. Fares vary according […]

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Métro Léger Tramway

Métro Léger Tramway –aside from buses, this is the other main means of transportation in Tunis. There are currently five tram lines that run throughout Tunis (47 stations). Fares vary according to distance. See the following website for updated fares: http://www.transtu.tn/fr/tarif/0007-0001-ticket-bus-et-metro

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BUS

BUS (Tunis) — SNT and TCV are the two main bus companies in Tunis. The green-and-white privately owned TCV buses cost more than the SNT buses. However, buses are not tourist-friendly (for westerners), since destinations and maps are written only in Arabic. Fares vary according to distance (starting at .32 Dt). See the following website […]

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TAXI

TAXI (Tunis) – in Tunis, the base fare will be .50 Dt. , but after 9:00 p.m. you pay a fifty percent surcharge (= .75 Dt). Here are some taxi companies that operate in Tunis:   Taxi Mami Tunisie: +216 98 201 300 Taxi Tunis Hammamet: +216 29 970 054 Taxisat: +216 71 187 600 […]

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CAR RENTALS

CAR RENTALS – the following car rental agencies operate in Tunis: Avis: +216 71 205 347 Camelcar: +216: 71 963 409 Clicar: +216 22 625 713 Europcar: +216 29 354 598 Sixt: +216 70 729 292