Tunis Airport Mini Guide
Where is Tunis Airport?
Tunis-Carthage Airport is 7km outside of Tunis City in Tunisia, North Africa. It is named after the ancient city of Carthage, just north of the airport.
How do I get There?
Over 20 airlines fly into most major cities in Europe and North Africa. The Middle East is accessible from there too.
How can I get to the City From the Airport?
Taxis are ready and waiting outside the terminal. The SNT bus service leaves every 30 minutes from the airport to the city centre for around a dirham. You can also use the TUT bus service, it is a little more expensive but more luxurious and leaves the airport every 15 minutes. Car rental companies have desks in the arrivals area, if you have hired a car.
What is at the Airport for me?
A currency exchange office will change your money or visit one of the 6 banks at the airport, you will also find ATMs there. There is a post office and mobile phone hire for all your communication needs. If you need to use the internet or relax in comfort, you can use the VIP lounge for a fee. For a hotel booking or city information, visit the Tourism Office in the main hall.
Can I eat There?
At the airport you can grab and go at one of the snack bars or fast food outlets or eat at leisure in one of the restaurants or cafes – they offer Tunisian delicacies and international meals.
Are There any Shops?
There are duty free shops in departures where the best buys are tobacco and spirits. Browse the other shops to find a souvenir or gift as they specialise in local products made in Tunis.
Is There an Airport Hotel?
No, but you could stay at the beautiful Concorde Les Berges du Lac, next to Lake Tunis and 10 minutes drive from the airport. It has 128 modern rooms with free Wi-Fi and a swimming pool and spa. There are 2 restaurants at the hotel, for your evening meal.
What if I Need Extra Help?
All facilities at the airport are accessible to wheelchair users and elevators are fitted inside the terminal. For special assistance please ask at the airport information desk.