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Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Tunisia are Europcar, Budget, Avis, Sixt and Alamo.
Best time to hire a car
The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Tunisia are October and December.
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Tunisia combines the holy trinity of great weather, fascinating culture and affordability.
Distinctly African, yet with a Mediterranean feel, sun and sand draw holidaymakers to Tunisia. But beyond the sunbeds, the country has a rich cultural offering. Visit the capital, Tunis, to try your hand at bartering in an aromatic market and discover its famous archaeology.
Driving to the sea, you’ll uncover a very different experience. Don’t miss out a chance to unwind on the coast, where sea breezes cool you.
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Driving advice for Tunisia
Being a Muslim country, there is zero-tolerance on drink driving in Tunisia. Drivers are not permitted to have any alcohol in their system. Penalties are harsh and include prison sentences.
Drivers must always carry a valid licence as well as car hire documents.
Desert driving requires additional precautions. Always tell someone where you are going and when you expect to return. Also be sure to take additional fuel and water.
Night time driving
Driving at night outside of cities is dangerous. Animals wander the roads and many local vehicles don’t use headlights. Therefore, it’s best to avoid night-time driving where possible.
Tunis is both laid-back and passionate. A surprising North-African city, it offers a distinct landscape and feel. Remarkably friendly and cosmopolitan, you're bound to feel welcome here.
In Tunis you’ll find a marriage of styles. The French colonial style of the 19th century brings order and structure to this bustling city while the classic medina is a chaotic network of palaces and alleyways. You could believe you are wandering both the streets of Paris and a souk in Marrakech.
Soak up the rays as you sample the tempting patisseries in street-side cafés. Then, say farewell to the European feel as you explore the maze through the Port de France. You won’t be able to avoid the beach feel despite the contrasting ruins and modern villas that adorn the roadside.
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Points of interest in Tunisia
Amphitheatre of El Djem
Renowned as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this amphitheatre is both enormous and well-preserved. Used for the filming of ‘Gladiator’ and ‘Life of Brian’, the scale is overwhelming.
Visiting Tunis offers a chance to discover a notably different capital city. Enjoy harissa and fish while watching the glistening seas.
The Roman archaeological remains at Carthage are a chance to get up close with the past. Once the seat of power ruling the Mediterranean, this is the place to indulge in Roman history.
Sfax and Kerkennah
Use Tunisia’s second city, Sfax, as a springboard for discovering the Kerkennah Islands. The beaches here are largely undisturbed, making it a relaxing spot for a beach holiday.
Sidi Bou Saïd
Both the blue and white buildings and cobbled streets of this coastal village are reminiscent of Santorini.