Istanbul-Tunus 3,671.90 TL
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There are 44 flights operating between Istanbul and Tunus. You may find frequent flights from Istanbul, Jeddah and Riyadh to Tunus.
Are you looking for cheap fares for Tunus flights? In the coming 3 months: Amman Tunus 5,595 TL, Ankara Tunus 5,898 TL and Antalya Tunus 6,299 TL
Better to book your flight to Tunus 20 days before departure to get the best fares on average.
July and June months are the highest season for Tunisia, Tunus. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: April and March.
Tunisia, the most important economic, political and cultural center of North Africa, is the capital of the country with the same name, the center of the trade and finance sector, where a quarter of the country's population lives.
Tunisia, which is beautiful on the Mediterranean coast, is the point where the desert meets the Mediterranean with its crystal clear waters, golden sands and magnificent beaches. In this respect, Tunisia, which is both an African and a Mediterranean city, has eight regions that UNESCO has included in the World Heritage List, Bardo, the world's largest mosaic museum, unique palm forests and interesting Berber tents, as well as cute French cafes, an exotic crowd. awaits its visitors with its narrow streets and warm people…
Tunisia, which means a place to stay in the Berber language, is known with the Carthaginian Civilization of Phoenician origin.
As a result of the Punic Wars, it came under Roman rule and was governed as a Province of Africa. The capital, Tunis, remained in the hands of the Hafsi Dynasty until 1574. Thanks to Barbaros Hayreddin Pasha, Turgut Reis and Sinan Pasha, it became a province of the Ottoman Empire. The Treaty of Bardo in 1881 came under the auspices of France and gained its independence in 1956.
Bardo Museum can be the first stop to start your trip in Tunisia, which is suitable for both summer and cultural tourism, where you can participate in cultural and artistic activities and spend the whole day in big shopping malls. The museum, which is a palace built by the Hafsid Dynasty in the 13th century, hosts important artifacts from ancient times. The structure, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, has made it famous around the world, with its rich collection of Byzantine mosaics and statues of Gods.
Founded in the 7th century AD, the Medina region is one of many places in Tunisia that are included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Ville Nouvelle, which was created during the French colony period, is the new city of the region, which has narrow streets like a labyrinth that hosts authentic shops, exotic spices, colorful carpets, kaftans and souks selling natural cosmetics. This area, on the other hand, reflects the metropolitan side of the city with its big shops, luxury hotels and ostentatious buildings. Let us remind you that some of the must-see places in Medina are the Zitouna and Sidi Yousef Mosques, and the Souk el Attarine, known as the perfume market. The Bab Saadoun Pass, built for caravans arriving in Medina, and the French Pass, known as Bab Bahr, built to control exits to the sea from the region, are lined with local bazaars on both sides.
Carthage Ruins, which contains many historical buildings and cultural centers belonging to Roman, Ottoman and Arab cultures, together with the ruins of the Phoenician and Carthaginian civilizations in the 6th century BC, is 15 km from the capital. In the Carthage National Museum, which is located in the area where the Antion Baths, Hadrian's Theater and The Tophet Cemetery are located, the finds in this region are exhibited.
Zitouna Mosque, built in 732, is made of historical columns and olive trees in Carthage. The mosque, which is still open for worship, is considered the first Islamic University in history. Habib Bourguiba Street, located near Freedom Square, is Tunisia's most modern and busiest street with restaurants, cafes, shops, shops and cultural centers. St. Vincent de Paul's Cathedral and the Ibn Khaldun Statue, built in the 19th century with the New Roman, Moorish and Gothic styles, are also located here. Dazzling with its marble sculptures and wall mosaics, the El Bey Tomb was built in the Ottoman style in the 18th century.
Located 20 km from the city center, Sidi Bou Said is one of the fascinating places in Tunisia. It is a suburb that you will not want to leave with its white houses with blue windows, its bazaar against the Gulf of Tunisia, Arabian street cafes, golden sandy beaches and colorful nightlife.
Belvedere Park, Tunisia's largest park, is a lush green area on the shores of Lake Tunis, known as the lungs of Tunisia. In this area, there is the Tunisian Zoo and an 18th century Turkish Pavilion with its interesting decoration. Among the places you can visit are the Dar Ben Abdallah Museum, where historical costumes, objects, furniture and goods are exhibited, the Popular Culture and Art Museum, St. Cyprien's Basilica, the Presidential Palace and the Ocean Museum.
Tunisia Food & Drink and Shopping
Tunisian cuisine has been influenced by Mediterranean, French, Arab, Berber, Phoenician and Turkish cultures. The most well-known of the dishes with a spicy and especially bitter taste are kousksi bil ghalmi, shorba, chakchouka, slata, poisson complet, lablabi, khobz, tabouna, felfel mahchi, ojja, makboubeh, asida, baklava, Makromashalfoudh, bambaloni, dates, dates, , fricasse, birk, tajine, quiche merguez, kubeiba patties and mint tea… Tunisia, which also has red, white and pink local wines, has date liquor, hazelnut brandy and beer.
|Popular Flights||Ticket Price|
|Amman - Tunus||5,594.69|
|Antalya - Tunus||6,299.39|
|Belgrade - Tunus||2,498.72|
|Brussels - Tunus||1,660.81|
|Cairo - Tunus||4,224.23|
|Dammam - Tunus||5,394.54|
|Dubai - Tunus||7,016.44|
|Geneva - Tunus||1,485.66|
|Istanbul - Tunus||3,671.90|
|Izmir - Tunus||2,295.54|
|Jeddah - Tunus||5,281.94|
|London - Tunus||2,132.69|
|Madinah - Tunus||6,270.88|
|Milan - Tunus||1,435.88|
|Moscow - Tunus||8,520.39|
|New York - Tunus||169,877.57|
|Paris - Tunus||1,649.12|
|Rome - Tunus||3,207.12|
|Riyadh - Tunus||3,784.05|
|Sao Paulo - Tunus||15,326.01|
|Stockholm - Tunus||3,301.82|
|Tokyo - Tunus||14,096.47|
|Washington DC - Tunus||14,318.88|