Explore one of the most exciting and historic countries on earth by booking cheap flights to Tunisia today. From beautiful port towns to inspiring museums, Tunisia certainly has a whole lot to offer every traveller. Once you have sorted out your flights to Tunisia, why not book a hotel in Tunisia? There is plenty of amazing accommodation here, so finding the right place to stay should be easy. Finally, if you are planning on visiting several parts of the country, car hire Tunisia could be a smart option.
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Whether you love culture or cuisine, natural beauty or human made edifices, or all of these things and more, you will be delighted by your trip to Tunisia. When you take cheap flights to Tunisia, you can visit, for example:
- The Bardo National Museum: this breathtaking museum of Tunisia's history and heritage should be the first port of call for anyone who wants to delve in and lose themselves in the history of the country.
- Port El Kantouai: watch the sunlight sparkling on the waters, take a boat trip and do a little shopping at this amazing little port.
- The Great Mosque of Kairouan: one of the most splendid buildings in the country, and one which blends majesty and peace.
- The Sousse Archaeological Museum: archaeology fans get ready! You are going to have the time of your life in this brilliant museum.
This list is by no means exhaustive, of course. We haven't even mentioned the country's famous Medinas yet, or the atmospheric Ichkeul Lake. But, if we tried to list all of the great attractions in this country, the list would be endless - so why not see for yourself, by booking some flights to Tunisia today?
Tunis-Carthage International Airport is the largest airport in the country, though if it is more convenient for you you could fly in to one of the airports further south (such as Sfax-Thyna International Airport). After your flights to Tunisia arrive, you can reach your hotel by taxi or by hiring a car. One of the most beautiful ways to travel around here, though, is surely by boat.