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Old March 9th, 2009, 10:26 PM   #1
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۞ QUESTIONS ABOUT TUNISIA ۞

This Thread is dedicated to people who needs anykind of informations about Tunisia.Feel free to ask and welcome to the Tunisian section




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Old May 27th, 2009, 12:06 AM   #2
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What time of the year is it best to visit Tozeur (توزر)? Also, what are your favorite places to visit of Tunisia? I saw that Sfax was nice...

And when will La Galite be open for visitor or is this permanently forbidden??

Are there many Italian people still living in Tunis?? Or is this unknown?
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Old May 27th, 2009, 04:25 AM   #3
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Meant to ask also about Punic sites..
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Old May 28th, 2009, 05:11 AM   #4
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What time of the year is it best to visit Tozeur (توزر)? Also, what are your favorite places to visit of Tunisia? I saw that Sfax was nice...

And when will La Galite be open for visitor or is this permanently forbidden??

Are there many Italian people still living in Tunis?? Or is this unknown?
Italians Tunisians
According to the last census more than 900 Italians Tunisians still lives in Tunisia and more than 2000 more live permanantly http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tunisian_Italians


Tozeur
The best time to visit the whole south is October or May
While the north of Tunisia is getting chilly, the weather in the south is still mild. Use the oasis town of Tozeur as a base to explore the spectacular canyons and gorges of the Sahara. If you're there over Christmas, you can join the knees-up that is the Festival of the Oases (Dec 26-29).



Where to stay: This is a boutique-free zone so the best option is one of the upmarket chains - either Eldorador Ksar Rouge or Sofitel Palm Beach in Tozeur, both offered by Wigmore.

Where to eat: Le Petit Prince is a local institution offering lamb dishes in various guises.

What to buy: It's the date-picking season so there are fresh ones everywhere. And desert shoes (they make great slippers) made of camel skin.



La Galite
La galite is an archipel and actually there is an ongoing project to develop a sustainable tourism out there including an eco village a permanent shuttle linking the archipelago to the continent via Tabarka

I found this link ( in french tough)

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Old May 28th, 2009, 06:08 AM   #5
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Also, what are your favorite places to visit of Tunisia? I saw that Sfax was nice...

Waw there are so many beautiful places in Tunisia

You may find more info here

But there are some undoubtably places to visit such as :

TUNIS: the medina the french quarter, Sidi Bou said , Carthage

Sousse : the medina , the old rempart the ribat and the catacombs

El Djem Coliseum

Dougga The best preserved roman citiy in Africa

The sandy beaches of Hammamet , it s nightlife also during the summer is just incredible
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Old May 28th, 2009, 11:13 PM   #6
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Hey big thanks for the information, Tounsi, those catacombs in Sousse would definitely be worth checking out!

Tozeur dates, and any kind of dates, are hard to get around here and can be expensive, sampling them over there would be great treat!!

I will try to remember all of this you said, it would make for quite a good trip... one more question though. How long should a good trip to Tunisia take, are we talking several days or a couple of weeks or more? I want to plan well if I ever get the chance to go .
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Old May 29th, 2009, 12:32 AM   #7
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Hey big thanks for the information, Tounsi, those catacombs in Sousse would definitely be worth checking out!

Tozeur dates, and any kind of dates, are hard to get around here and can be expensive, sampling them over there would be great treat!!

I will try to remember all of this you said, it would make for quite a good trip... one more question though. How long should a good trip to Tunisia take, are we talking several days or a couple of weeks or more? I want to plan well if I ever get the chance to go .
At least 2 week if your planning to visit the whole country otherwise if you stick to the north and the central esat 10 days would suffice .
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Old May 29th, 2009, 05:11 AM   #8
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At least 2 week if your planning to visit the whole country otherwise if you stick to the north and the central esat 10 days would suffice .
Thanks
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Old November 26th, 2010, 07:12 PM   #9
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Bonjour
Cher Tounsi, comme vous emblez tres bien informé, puis-je me permettre de vous questionnez ????
Je dois aller de Tunis a Tozeur, par la route en fevrier prochain (oui il y a encore du temps, mais j'aime bien savoir avant de partir !)
Quel peut-etre le meilleur trajet (meilleur = rapport "qualité"/prix) en fait j'ai envie de voir autre chose que defilez les kms d'autoroute, mais pas non plus rouler a 50 km/h sur une piste a 4x4 !
Que pensez vous de :Tunis/Enfidia par autoroute, puis Kairouan/Bin Ali Khalifat
Quel gain par rapport a Tunis/Sfax pa auroroute, puis Sfax/Bin ali ???
En fin merci par avance de votre reponse
Yves
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Old November 27th, 2010, 05:45 PM   #10
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Bonjour
Cher Tounsi, comme vous emblez tres bien informé, puis-je me permettre de vous questionnez ????
Je dois aller de Tunis a Tozeur, par la route en fevrier prochain (oui il y a encore du temps, mais j'aime bien savoir avant de partir !)
Quel peut-etre le meilleur trajet (meilleur = rapport "qualité"/prix) en fait j'ai envie de voir autre chose que defilez les kms d'autoroute, mais pas non plus rouler a 50 km/h sur une piste a 4x4 !
Que pensez vous de :Tunis/Enfidia par autoroute, puis Kairouan/Bin Ali Khalifat
Quel gain par rapport a Tunis/Sfax pa auroroute, puis Sfax/Bin ali ???
En fin merci par avance de votre reponse
Yves
j'aimerai t'aider mais je ne sais pas.
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Old December 11th, 2010, 02:10 PM   #11
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hi All,

please tell me what is the accommodation charges in Tunis.
i want a single room apartment, clean bathroom, small kitchen with hot n cold water supply

can you please tell me what the rents in tunis ??
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Old December 11th, 2010, 02:14 PM   #12
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Ariana is the place in Tunis where i would prefer to locate.

please help me out
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Old December 12th, 2010, 02:04 AM   #13
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Bonjour
Cher Tounsi, comme vous emblez tres bien informé, puis-je me permettre de vous questionnez ????
Je dois aller de Tunis a Tozeur, par la route en fevrier prochain (oui il y a encore du temps, mais j'aime bien savoir avant de partir !)
Quel peut-etre le meilleur trajet (meilleur = rapport "qualité"/prix) en fait j'ai envie de voir autre chose que defilez les kms d'autoroute, mais pas non plus rouler a 50 km/h sur une piste a 4x4 !
Que pensez vous de :Tunis/Enfidia par autoroute, puis Kairouan/Bin Ali Khalifat
Quel gain par rapport a Tunis/Sfax pa auroroute, puis Sfax/Bin ali ???
En fin merci par avance de votre reponse
Yves

Désole pour le délai

primo : Le trajet se fait en voiture 4x4 ou bien en moto ?

Que vouslez-vous visiter exactement ? et combien de temps ?

Moi je sugére le Nord du pays méconnu pour ces beautés naturelles Il y a aussi le cap bon que je vous suggére !!

les plaines de La Medjerda Le Kef tebourba Dougga sont magnifiques aussi

Pour le centre il faut visiter Kairouan le village bébére de Takrouna le sahel et El Djem Vous pouvez aller bers Médenine Tatouine et les Ghorfas Chniti puis couper vers l'ouest à travers le Chott djerid Tozeur Nefta Douz et les oasis du désert Tamerza chebika etc.. retour par Gafsa et vous couper directement sur Tunis via l,autoroute .

C'est long mais c'est complet .

Pour votre Question prenez l'autoroute jusqu,a la voie express vers kairouan reprennez à votre retour la même voie express El Djem et reprenez la A1 direction Sfax c'est bien moins compliqué si votre but est d'aller à Sfax . Sinon Tunis Eldjem voie express Kairouan et descendez vers Gafsa si vosu comptez visiter le Chott
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Old December 12th, 2010, 02:14 AM   #14
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Ariana is the place in Tunis where i would prefer to locate.

please help me out
Hi Fady there are tons of website on the net I can"t tell you what are the prices ranges even within the same city it depends of what you are looking for ...

just do your homework ;-)

One popular website : http://www.logementtunisie.com/index.php

Hope you speak french cause its pretty hard to live in tunisia otherwise!
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Old July 3rd, 2013, 12:50 AM   #15
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Une petite question pour mes frères Tunisiens est-il possible pour un Algérien comme moi et marié à une Tunisienne d'acheter une maison en tunisie ?
Un chauffeur de taxi à Tunis m'avait dit qu'il n'était plus possible de le faire ?
Est ce vrai ?...merci
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Une petite question pour mes frères Tunisiens est-il possible pour un Algérien comme moi et marié à une Tunisienne d'acheter une maison en tunisie ?
Un chauffeur de taxi à Tunis m'avait dit qu'il n'était plus possible de le faire ?
Est ce vrai ?...merci
my aunt is married to Algerian guy and I think it's not impossible to buy a house if you're Algerian the impossible is to buy the house through a Tunisian bank because you wont be eligible for a loan.
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Old July 4th, 2013, 03:17 PM   #17
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my aunt is married to Algerian guy and I think it's not impossible to buy a house if you're Algerian the impossible is to buy the house through a Tunisian bank because you wont be eligible for a loan.
ok merci pour ta réponse .....
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Old July 7th, 2013, 06:15 AM   #18
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How are Tunisia after the revolution? democratic country now?
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Old July 7th, 2013, 03:00 PM   #19
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If you talk about freedom of speech, of press, laws, rights, justice ... yes, definitely Tunisia is a democratic country. If you are talking about the right of the people to choose their destiny, it's the same as of the other countries, we are depending on loans from financial organizations so we can't really make our own plans.
To conclude, it's not the situation in dictatorships, but it's not really much better.
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Old August 15th, 2013, 11:51 AM   #20
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Salam guys,

I want to go to Tunisia 2 weeks from now, to Sousse Hammamet. My question is, since there is a little unrest, it is save to go in this period in this region.

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