Tunisia’s capital invites you to a colourful mix of oriental old town and modern new town. The crossing is marked by the former city gate Port de France. The medina (old town) was built in the 9th century and has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1979. Here the alleys are winding, its center is the Ez-Zitouna mosque. Around the mosque the market quarter with its many souks (market alleys) invites to extensive discovery tours. In the new town, we recommend a walk along the Avenue Habib Bourguiba with its many shops, restaurants and cafés. The boulevard leads from the harbour to the old town.
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Timetable, Prices & Availability
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Ferry connections from & to Tunis
Here you see an overview of all ferry routes which currently call at the port of Tunis:
- Ferry Marseille – Tunis
- ferry Tunis – Marseille
- Ferry Genoa – Tunis
- Ferry Palermo – Tunis
- Ferry Tunis – Genoa
- Ferry Tunis – Palermo
- Ferry Tunis – Civitavecchia
- Ferry Tunis – Salerno
- Ferry Salerno – Tunis