Car rental at Tunis Airport [TUN]
Book the perfect ride from Tunis Carthage International Airport [TUN] for a trip across Tunisia. Tunis is a major gateway into Tunisia for travelers all across the world, with an average footfall of more than 100,000 travelers annually.
With a great road and traffic system, Tunis is a city best explored in a rental car, by local and international travelers alike. VIPcars.com is a portal that lets you book a vehicle for your trip to Tunisia by employing a simple process. Search for a car of your choice by filling in the details. Compare the deals by applying filters to the list of deals. Book the vehicle that suits you the best.
- You can book a vehicle for one-way trips, meaning you can return the vehicle in a different city. We also provide long term and short term rentals.
- Renting a car with a full -to -full fuel tank policy is always a better option. It helps you avoid the charges that you may otherwise incur when returning the vehicle.
- You can add other amenities to your order while booking, for example, GPS systems, Wi-fi, child seats etc.
Popular rental car suppliers at Tunis Airport
We work with the following car rental companies that provide deals for Tunis Airport:
- SGF car rental
Popular rental car- classes we offer for Tunis Airport [TUN]
Choosing the right vehicle for the trip is essential in order to ensure comfort and ease all the way through. Choose the right car category, keeping in mind the number of people traveling, the geography of the area, the luggage space etc.
A few popular choices are:
Tunis Carthage International Airport
|Address:||1080 Tunis Cedex، Tunisia|
The airport is named after the historic city of Carthage, located just east of the airport. It serves as the home base for Tunisair, Tunisair Express, Nouvelair Tunisia, and Tunisavia. The TUN airport is the opening portal to the country of Tunisia and here are a few things about it that might interest you while travelling.
Car rental booths
Our suppliers like Avis, Keddy, Sixt & Herts etc. have their booths right at the airport and should be easy to locate.
There are shops selling luxury items as well as Duty-free for you to indulge in shopping.
There are ATMs and currency exchange Kiosks available in the arrival and departure area. Keep in mind the Tunisian dinar can not be exchanged outside of Tunisia.
There are a lot of snack bars at the airport terminals, serving local and global cuisines. There is also a full-serving restaurant at the departures.
Lifts, ramps and adapted toilets have been installed. Wheelchairs are available and if the passengers need more assistance, you can call the airport before hand.
There is a full fledged parking with a 2500 capacity just outside the main terminal. There is another parking lot outside with a holding potential of 500 vehicles.
Places near Tunis you can visit in a rental car
There are a lot of places in Tunisia that you can drive to, in a rental car. The best time to explore the country is probably in the month of May, when it is hot but not too hot. The skies are blue and the landscape looks the best. Here is a list of a few places that you can visit once you arrive at Tunis- Carthage International Airport [TUN].
The city of Carthage is the roman hangover of Tunisia , with the magnificent Roman houses and the Antonius baths and other ruins. Sidi Bou Said is a lovely small town with white blue houses and narrow streets. The sunset from one of the rooftop restaurants is a great way to finish the first day of this Tunisia itinerary.
Tunis Medina & Bardo Museum
In the medina, the streets are dotted with beautiful Fatimid and Ottoman style buildings. Dar Othman, Dar Ben Abdallah and Tourbet el Bey of which the latter contains graves from the Fatimid and Ottoman dynasties. You can also go exploring the souks towards Dar Hussein.
Bizerte & Ichkeul National Park
It takes about 2 hours from Tunis to Ichkeul National Park so start early. You might want to bring a picnic at the park is a beautiful place to have a picnic for lunch. Ichkeul National Park is a lake, forested hill, and marshland. It’s an important bird migration stop and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.