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Some of the world’s most well-travelled cities are in Tunisia. The most popular city to travel to in Tunisia is Tunis, which momondo users choose as their landing destination 416% more often than other cities. The next most popular cities in Tunisia are Enfidha and Monastir.
While there are more than just a few landmarks in Tunisia, most momondo users find Hammamet Beach, Sousse Beach, Gammarth Beach, and Yasmine Beach to be the most interesting places to see in the country.
The best prices found on momondo for flights to Tunisia are:
£14 per person with Turkish Airlines
£22 per person with Tunisair Express
£52 per person with Malta MedAir
Malta MedAir, Tunisair and Lufthansa are the top three most popular airlines that fly to Tunisia according to our data. Malta MedAir is the first choice among our users, with 23% of people opting to fly with this airline when travelling to Tunisia. Keep in mind that there are 19 different airlines that fly to Tunisia on a routine basis, so you have a few additional options to choose from.
The flight from United Kingdom to Tunisia depends on which airports you’re departing from and arriving to, and whether or not you have a layover. If you fly from London Heathrow (a popular airport in United Kingdom) to Tunis Carthage (the most popular airport in Tunisia), then the flight time is 2h 55m on average. If you fly from Manchester (another popular airport in United Kingdom) to Tunis Carthage, then the average flight time is 6h.
Tunis Carthage is the most popular airport in Tunisia to fly to at the moment. Out of all our users who flew to Tunisia in the past year, 69% of them chose to fly into Tunis’s Tunis Carthage airport. Keep in mind that there may be other airports within Tunisia that are also a great option to fly to.
Flights to Tunisia have been found on momondo for as low as £65 per ticket recently. However, the average price tends to be £612 and anything for £582 or less is a good deal. £15,284 is the most expensive flight we’ve seen in the past week, though you may be able to avoid this price depending on what airport you fly from, what airline you choose, and how far in advance you book your flights.
|Departing||Destination||Best Time||Best Price|
|Newcastle upon Tyne||Tunis||6h 30m||£167|
|London||Houmt Souk||8h 15m||£246|
|Manchester||Houmt Souk||7h 30m||£298|
There are numerous festivals in Tunisia every year and you may be able to book your flights to Tunisia to coincide with one or more of them. Some of them showcase Tunisian culture, while others concentrate on international music, dance, and drama. These summer festivals make the most of the warm darkness of Tunisian nights and some spectacular architectural settings. There is live music, Tunisian art and Arabic poetry readings at the Yassamine Festival in Hammamet and opera, classical music and ballet at the Hammamet International Festival. Then there is the International Jazz festival in Tabarka, the Carthage International Festival, which takes place in a stunning amphitheatre, the Sousse Festival with an accent on diversity as local Tunisian groups play alongside musicians from all over the world, while in the background there is the biggest carnival of the Tunisian year. Away from the arts, there is the unique Falconry Festival in Haouaria, and the Thoroughbred Horse Festival in Meknassy. In winter, there is the Festival of the Sahara in Douz and the Oasis Festival in Tozeur. There are many more festivals and their dates change very slightly each year so once you have found your Tunisia flight deal, check out what is happening in the world of Tunisian festivals – you may very well be able to catch one of them.
Yes, Tunisia has wonderful Mediterranean produce and its lively cuisine makes use of the abundant seafood, olive oil, fruit and vegetables. The national dish is ‘brik’, a legacy of the Turkish berak introduced to North Africa at the time of the Ottoman Empire. It is a deep-fried triangular filo pastry parcel stuffed with meat, cheese, vegetables, or tuna but most typically egg and parsley. Of course, if you are in North Africa there will be couscous and Tunisia is no exception – steamed semolina couscous with vegetables is very popular, or with beef or lamb. Unusually, there is also a Tunisian couscous dish eaten with fish that doesn’t exist in other countries of the Maghreb. Harissa, a fiery paste added to many dishes to add heat and flavour, said to have originated in Tunisia, and chickpeas are both staples in Tunisian cookery.
Tunisia is famous for its golden sandy beaches lapped by the Mediterranean Sea and many people come to spend a winter holiday soaking up the Tunisian sun but there is more to Tunisia than its coastline. Film buffs can visit locations that appeared in Star Wars, Life of Brian, and Raiders of the Lost Ark. There are opportunities for hiking and trekking in the mountains and through stunning canyons and gorges. Then there is the laid-back island of Djerba - look out for flight deals direct from London to Houmt Souk airport on Djerba Island. Tunisia was part of the Roman Empire and still boasts some fabulous Roman sites such as the amphitheatre and temples at Sbeitla, plus a most amazing legacy of mosaics – the subtlety and beauty of the mosaics in the Bardo Museum in Tunis are astounding and most visitors to Tunisia make time to see these works of art that also show so much about the flora and fauna of Tunisia as it was two thousand years ago.
According to the Foreign Office, British citizens entering Tunisia as tourists can stay for 90 days visa free. If you plan to stay for longer than 90 days, or wish to make multiple visits, or are travelling for business purposes, you will need a Tunisian visa. Although an interview used to be part of the visa process, a new online application form is being rolled out to streamline the visa process. Check that your passport is valid throughout the length of your proposed stay in Tunisia and don’t forget that Tunisia runs an exit visa requirement and, although this is a formality, it is a good idea to make sure you take some Tunisian currency with you to the airport to cover the cost of the exit visa stamp in your passport.
To find the flight that best suits your needs, momondo gathers a range of flights from a large pool of different airlines and agents; you can then use our insights and filters to find and book the right flight to Tunisia.
Flights to Tunisia with flexible booking policies can be found by using the search form above and then selecting our dedicated flexible booking filter, which will highlight only the flights where this policy is applied.
Once you have performed a search in the form on the page, momondo provides useful filters and insights. We can show you the cheapest days and times to fly as well as filter your options to help you make an informed choice when booking flights to Tunisia.
Yes. momondo can track flight prices for Tunisia and alert you when they change. Perform a search to set up the price alert. All that is required is a valid email address.