Favorite resorts of the French and not only, the cities of Tunisia offer beach holidays in the best Mediterranean traditions. For a bronze tan, a rich excursion program and high-quality olive oil, Russian travelers also fly here, since direct flights to Tunisian airports are on the schedule of local air carriers. During the summer season, many charters from Moscow and St. Petersburg are organized here. You will have to spend about 4.5 hours in the sky.
Tunisia International Airports
In addition to the capital's air gates, foreign tourists are welcomed by several other international airports:
- Monastir, in the north-east of the country, is home to numerous flights from Tripoli, Paris, Moscow, Lyon, Brussels and Geneva, and seasonally - dozens of other planes every week. Russian tourists can buy tickets to the Habib Bourguiba airport in Monastir for a Nouvelair flight. The shuttle service to the city, located 8 km away, is the responsibility of electric trains, which can also take you to the beaches of the neighboring resort of Sousse. Air gate website - www.oaca.nat.tn.
- Enfidha Airport in Hamammet is one of the newest in the region. Its construction was completed only in 2009. The main partners of this air harbor are European airlines, delivering those who want to relax in comfort to the Mediterranean shores. Regular flights are carried out mainly by local carriers - Tunisair and Nouvelair, on whose wings passengers from both Russian capitals can also get to Hammamet. The easiest way to travel 40 km to the city is by buses and taxis, or order a transfer at the selected hotel. Details of the schedule and airport infrastructure on the website - www.enfidhahammametairport.com
- The island of Djerba off the coast of Tunisia is preferred by Europeans. Here is the longest swimming season, and the rest is calm and quiet. The French, Maltese and local Tunisian airlines from many major cities in Western Europe regularly fly to Tunis airport on Djerba.
- The city where the Tina airport is located is called Sfax. It is not so popular with the tourist fraternity and only the planes of some low-cost airlines from Turkey and France are represented on its field..
Destroyed by the Romans, Carthage gave its name to the capital's airport in Tunisia. Passengers landing here today are greeted with pleasant service and a variety of services - from duty-free shops to a convenient transfer to a selected hotel - buses and taxi cars cover 8 km to the city center within half an hour.
Regularly, planes from Algeria, Rome, Milan, Cairo, Dubai, Frankfurt, Paris and Doha take off and land in the capital's air harbor. Russian tourists can find themselves in the capital of the country directly using the Tunisair wings from Moscow Domodedovo.
Details of the airport work on the website - www.oaca.nat.tn.