We asked Cadogan Holidays what are the most frequently asked questions by clients booking sun, sea and sand packages to Tunisia. Here’s what the company told us.
What are the hotels like? The country has an excellent tourism infrastructure with top-quality hotels in all resorts. The service is always friendly, although occasionally it does not live up to what one expects of four and five-star properties.
How long is the flight? Most people are unsure exactly how far away the country is. A typical flight time is 2hrs 50mins.
Can I get a drink easily? Yes, in all the hotels and most of the better restaurants. Despite the fact that it is a Muslim country, there are no strict laws against alcohol. Outside hotels, you’ll probably have to settle for coffee or a soft drink in the cafes.
What is the nightlife like? Nightlife is limited although it is improving. Most people looking for entertainment stick to the shows laid on by hotels. Tunisia wouldn’t be an automatic choice for youngsters looking for a rave time in resort. That said, there are an increasing number of nightclubs and casinos.
Is there much to see? Tunisia is rich in history and is very diverse. The desert in the south offers a total contrast to the relative greenery in the north. The country also has a fair few historic sites, including the Roman amphitheatre in El Djem.
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