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Cheap flights from Tunisia

Tunisia, officially known as the Tunisian Republic, is a North African country that lies along the coastline of the Mediterranean Sea. It is located at the south of Malta and Italy and is bordered by Libya to the southeast and Algeria to the west. The country has a population of an estimated 10.8 million. Its capital city is Tunis, found on the northeast coast of the land. Tunisia's culture dates to antiquity, as evidenced and presented by archaeological exhibits, from Roman mosaics to Islamic artistry that is predominant in the country.

Where to go

Tunisia is best known for its amazing heritage, historical architecture, its beaches, and the Sahara dunes. Head to Tunis and start off walking like a gladiator at the El Djem Ampitheatre, a Roman amphitheatre, which is one of the few well-preserved Roman relics standing in the world. Visit the old world in Carthage and relearn about the ancient past of the Phoenicians and the Punic wars. The Bardo National Museum contains important exhibits, mosaics, and artefacts that show the country's multifaceted culture. Head to see the mosques, madrases, and tombs in Kairouan, a grand Arabic architecture and the fourth-most important city for the Muslims. Once here, you will not miss the Sousse Medina - Kairouan's enchanting old town that everyone must explore. For a sun-soaked experience, visit Hammamet - the country's top resort, which is both dreamy and charming. For more picturesque locations, don't forget to drop by Chott el Djerid - a desolate landscape full of nature's raw and telling beauty.

Experience Barcelona, Spain's second biggest city in terms of population and capital city of Catalonia, in less than two hours' flight from Tunis-Carthage International Airport to Barcelona-El Prat Airport. A city that has a vibrant history, having been under Roman and Frank rule, Barcelona is a beautiful city that has what European cities are known for - museums, churches, outdoor markets, restaurants, shops, and galleries. The centre of the charm is Ciutat Vella, Barcelona's old town that houses the medieval quarter Barri Gotic, the vibrant streets of La Rambla, El Raval, and El Born. Find here the mansion designed by celebrated Catalan architect - the Palau Güell - for industrial tycoon Eusebi Guell. Visit landmarks Torre Agbar and La Plaza de Catalunya, a square that is in the centre of the city famous for its fountains and statues. See and feel the breathtaking landmark that is the La Sagrada Familia, which is Barcelona's most famous building and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Stroll and take pictures along Park Güell. Unwind and relax by the Barcelona beaches at San Sebastian, Barceloneta, and Mar Bella, among several other must-visit beaches in the city.

Get in Dublin from Tunis-Carthage International Airport to Dublin International Airport via Tunisair, Air France, British Airways, or Lufthansa. The capital and largest city of Ireland, Dublin is on the east coast of the island at the mouth of the River Liffey. Medieval buildings are to be found everywhere, including the Dublin Castle and the imposing St. Patrick's Cathedral. Apart from its Celtic atmosphere, the city is known for its nightlife and tourist attractions, such as the Dublinia and the Viking World, Glasnevin Cemetery, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Merrion Square, National Botanic Gardens, the National Gallery of Ireland, and the National Museum of Ireland. There are also plenty of parks and must-see institutions, such as the Phoenix Park and the Trinity College. A must-visit for beer lovers is the Guinness Storehouse, where tourists get to listen to the story of Dublin's most famous drink, as well as in the Old Jameson Distillery for whisky enthusiasts. Plenty of shows and performances will delight theatre fans at the Abbey Theatre and the Gaiety Theatre, as well as sports buffs at the League of Ireland Football from March to November, and Leinster Rugby game at the RDS Arena. Dublin is also famous for its walking tours and pub crawls, so be sure to check and sign up for such events.

How to get out

Tunis-Carthage Airport is four miles from the capital city of Tunisia, Tunis. The airport hosts more than four million passengers every year and serves more than 20 airlines including Tunisair, TunisAir Exress, Air France, Alitalia, and Emirates to name a few. Most flights are bound for Europe and the Middle East.

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