Airports in Tunisia

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Information about Tunisia

  • Language: Arabic, also French and English
  • Dialling code: +216
  • Capital: Tunis
  • Currency: Tunisian dinar (TND)
  • Time zone: UTC+1
  • Area: 163,610 square kilometres
  • Population: 11,708,370
  • Climate: The climate is mildly rainy in winter and hot and dry in the summers.
  • National Religion: Islam
  • Official Newspapers: Assabah News, Le Maghreb, Tunisie Numerique, Arrakmia, Tuniscope, Business News, Kapitalis, Agence Tunis Afrique Presse, Babnet Tunisie, Esshafa, La Presse Tunisie (in French)
  • National Emergency Numbers: 197 or 193 (Police), 198 (Fire), 190 (Ambulance)

Tunisia, also the Republic of Tunisia, is located northwest of Africa. Algeria borders it in the west and southwest, Libya in the southeast, the Mediterranean Sea in the north and east and midway between the Atlantic Ocean and the Nile Delta. The country includes the Atlas mountains in the east and the Sahara desert in the north. It has a diverse environment with rainfall in the south, Atlas mountains in the east, coastline, salt lakes, hills and plains. The climate is mildly rainy in winter and hot and dry in the summer. The country depends on rainfall, which falls between September and May. City water comes from the rain and is also available in distant mountains. The economy depends on oil, phosphates, agri-food products, tourism and car parts manufacturing. Education is a priority in Tunisia. The old urban neighbourhoods have traditional Islamic architecture, like mosques, markets, and elite residences.

People & Culture of Tunisia

Tunisians accepted Islam, and its tradition shapes the culture, manners, and architecture. A sense of etiquette dominates the culture. Respecting women and elders are essential. Smoking inside and with elders in the same place would be improper. Islamic holidays create colourful festivals with rich cuisine. Drama, music, and literature play a significant role in Tunisian culture. 

Top Tourist Attractions in Tunisia

  • El Djem Amphitheater
  • Ancient Sufetula
  • Matmata
  • Ribat of Monastir
  • Tozeur
  • Dougga
  • Tunis Medina
  • Hammamet
  • Sousse Medina
  • Chott el Djerid
  • Bulla Regia
  • Kairouan
  • Grand Erg Oriental
  • Sidi Bou Said
  • The National Bardo Museum
  • Carthage
  • Djerba

Popular Dishes in Tunisia

  • Couscous (national dish, tiny granules of rolled durum wheat semolina)
  • Masfouf (sweat couscous)
  • Makrouth (semolina cookie)
  • Marca Jelbana (spicy stew with meat, onion, garlic, and tomato paste)
  • Kabkabou (fish cooked in a rich tomato sauce)
  • Ajlouk Qura'a (mashed vegetable salad)
  • Fricassee (fried sandwich)
  • Harissa (spicy paste)
  • Merguez (spicy meat)
  • Omek Houria (a salad with mashed carrots, harissa, garlic, caraway seeds, and olive oil)
  • Lablab (chickpea soup)
  • Mechanic Salad (a simple salad with onions, eggplants, tomatoes, peppers, and garlic)
  • Bambalouni (fried snack, Tunisian doughnuts)
  • Chakchouka (dish of poached eggs served in a spicy tomato sauce with green peppers, onion, harissa, cumin, garlic, olive oil, paprika, and cayenne pepper)
  • Brik (pastry with savoury fillings like tuna, shrimp, boiled potato with capers, raw egg, and parsley)

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