Flights to Tunisia
Flights to Tunisia have been frequent since the country started promoting the tourism industry in the 1960s, and tourism today makes up a large part of the Tunisian economy. It's no wonder so many people choose to book their flights to Tunisia. The country offers a Mediterranean climate, beautiful golden beaches, and luxuries that even the modest traveller can afford. Book your flight to Tunisia with Condor and get a five star holiday at a budget price.
The primary reason so many people choose to take a Condor flight to Tunisia is because of its affordable seaside resorts. Luxurious facilities with spectacular locations on Mediterranean beaches have attracted mainly Europeans for decades thanks to the affordable prices here. In particular during the summertime, the beaches fill with travellers who seek sun, sand and surf upon their arrival from their flight to Tunisia.
Travellers have two options when selecting the destination of their Condor flight to Tunisia. They can fly into Hammamet/Enfidha in the north of the country, not far from Tunis. The alternative destination for flights to Tunisia is Djerba, which lies on the coast in the southern half of the country. Whichever destination you choose, you're guaranteed cheap flight options and friendly service from Condor Airlines.
Your flight to Tunisia may be destined for the Enfidha-Hammamet International Airport. This relatively new airport was opened in 2009 and serves mainly European flights bound for one of the many holiday resorts along the coast. Alternatively, Djerba–Zarzis International Airport may be the destination of your flight to Tunisia. It serves the large island of Djerba, which has had a very long and tumultuous history.
Top sights in Tunisia
The Roman ruins of Carthage are one of the country's top tourist destinations. Once the largest Roman metropolis in Africa, much of it is in ruins today. However, you can still walk through the city and see the amphitheatre, remains of the Antonin baths, and more.
Sidi Bou Said
See some of the charming small city life in the blue and white town of Sidi Bou Said. Located within the reaches of the metro system from Tunis, this lovely town with whitewashed houses and cobblestone streets perches atop a cliff with stunning views of the Mediterranean.
About 160 km south of Tunis, you'll find the holiest city in all of Tunisia: Kairouan. Known as the City of 50 Mosques, it is one of the most sacred cities in all of Islam. Mosques here date back to the ninth century, and you'll feel like you've stepped back in time within the walls.
Be sure to check out the Bardo Museum while you're in Tunis. It houses an astounding collection of mosaics from archaeological finds all over Tunisia. This is a great place to get an idea of the former glory of civilizations that called this place home.
El Djem amphitheatre
Like visiting the Colosseum in Rome, be sure to check out the El Djem amphitheatre. Constructed in the third century B.C. it is one of the largest coliseums ever built with a capacity for 35,000 spectators. It is still impressive today and towers over the landscape almost 2,000 years after its construction.