Urban public transport
Tunisia, a relatively developed public transport in major cities, 2190 kilometers by rail, road 20,000 km, 30 ports and 7 airports, two state-owned airlines, major airlines in Tunisia. City taxi more convenient travel. In addition, there is light rail connecting the capital of Tunis city center and suburbs. The evening peak time, the urban phenomenon of traffic congestion there is often a main road. Travel, strictly abide by traffic rules, pay attention to traffic safety.
Aviation: fewer domestic flights, including: Tunis – Gafsa, Jerba, Sfax and Tozeur a few routes, trips within one hour.
Tourist bus: all air-conditioned buses between towns every day, between, mainly by domestic Soci¨¦t¨¦ Nationale du Transport Interurbain (SNTRI business and prompt service, comfortable, inexpensive. Summer, there is night bus, to avoid the heat of the day, best to book in advance. In addition, each place there are cheap local buses. The price is cheaper, but no air conditioning. The speed is relatively slow.
Train: Socity Nationale des Chemins de Fer Tunisians (SNCFT) operates the national rail company, the main route is via Sousse and Tunis and Gab¨¨s Sfax, Gafsa and the extension is Mahr¨¨s to Metlaoui, and there are some destinations, including: Bizerte, Mateur, Ghardimao, Jendouba, Kalaat Khasba, Bir Bou Rekba, Nabeul, Monastir and Mahdia and so on. Tourists like to travel by train, take the Metlaoui and Redeyef strongly recommended among Lezard Rouge (Red Lizard) train (daily operations), the way you can watch the spectacular Seldja Canyon.
Total taxi: locally known lounge, is the fastest mode of transportation, the price more expensive than a car, packed with 5 to start. Carpool rental car station is a white ceiling-style site, after all the text instructions. Tunisia, fewer taxis, public transport more convenient (operating hours of 4:00-24:00, every train interval of 15-30 minutes).
Car: It should strictly abide by traffic rules, pay attention to traffic safety, especially to work so peak traffic congestion. Valid driver’s license in Tunisia. Similar rates and in Belgium, but as a precaution, it is best to book in advance at the start a car. Road speed limit: 50 km per hour, urban, highway and highway 90 kilometers per hour 110 km per hour.
Ferry: There are two routes, from Sfax to Kerkennah island, 25 kms; from Jorf to JERBA Island Ajim, fares are cheap.
Cycling: the country has local rental.
Subway: Tunisian city subway transportation, as well as the suburban railway (TGM) connected with the northern suburbs.