Tunisia travel advice

Explore our complete guide to Tunisia with the latest travel advice for travellers and holidaymakers including official updates and local travel tips for Tunisia.

Tunisia travel guide - essential info

Below is a beginner's guide to Tunisia with essential travel facts such as dominant language spoken, typical flight time from the UK and the local currency. You can also check whether visas are required and what plug adapter you need to pack.

Tunisia - quick facts
Flight time 3 to 4 hours
Time difference UK +1 hour
Language(s) Arabic, French
Currency Tunisian Dinar
Electricity C + E plug (230V)
Driving side Right

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✝ = Typical flight time from the UK.

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Tunisia weather

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The Tunisia weather guide shows long term monthly averages for Monastir.

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Tunisia travel advice

Check the latest travel advice on visiting Tunisia from official government sources (in english) from around the world including entry requirements and travel restrictions.

Learn more about the current safety and security risks from terrorism, natural disasters and more. Read about the local laws and customs to consider when travelling around Tunisia.

Note: UK FCDO - UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

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Tunisia travel health

Find out more about staying safe when travelling to Tunisia with the latest guidance on required vaccinations and recommended medication to take with you.

Check out the general travel tips for staying safe and healthy in Tunisia, risks of preventable diseases and what to pack.

Note: CDC - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

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Tunisia covid live updates

Check the latest live updates on Covid-19 in Tunisia with the vaccination requirements, current available statistics and up-to-date travel advice from government agencies.

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Tunisia FAQs

Read our frequently asked questions about travelling to Tunisia including the current entry restrictions, covid rules, driving side, electrical plugs used and much more.

Are there entry restrictions to Tunisia due to Covid-19?

Tunisia is open for tourism from the UK. There are no special entry requirements for Tunisia.

Check out Ministry of Health, Republic of Tunisia for more information.

Do I need to quarantine in the UK if I travel from Tunisia?

You do not need to quarantine on arrival in the UK from Tunisia. The UK no longer requires a passenger locator form, Covid-19 test or proof of vaccination.

What is the flight time to Tunisia from the UK?

The flight time to Tunisia from the UK is typically 3 to 4 hours.

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What is the time difference between Tunisia and the UK?

The time difference between Tunisia and the UK is UK time+1 hour.

What is the main language spoken in Tunisia?

The main languages spoken in Tunisia are Arabic and French.

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What is the currency in Tunisia?

The currency in Tunisia is the Tunisian Dinar (TND).

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Which plugs are used in Tunisia?

Tunisia uses electrical plug type C + E (230 Volts).

Which side of the road do they drive on in Tunisia?

They drive on the right side of the road in Tunisia.

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