The landscape and cultural diversity that a country like Tunisia presents is simply irresistible.

But before entering the immensity of the beauty of the Tunisian Republic, you will need to follow some practical tips to enjoy it to the fullest.

So read to the end and take take:


Entry requirements

If you are a citizen of the European Union, you only need to have a valid passport with a validity of at least three months from the date of arrival. So a visa will not be necessary.

In relation to the COVID19 pandemic, you will be required to present a negative PCR test performed within 72 hours prior to traveling to Tunisia.

The use of a mask in public places, social distancing, hand hygiene will be necessary. And the curfew is (00: 00h – 05: 00h).


Vaccinations to travel to Tunisia

Although Tunisian health regulations do not require any vaccination, we advise you to be up to date with universal vaccines (tetanus, diphtheria, typhus and hepatitis A + B).


When to travel

The best time of year to visit Tunisia is between the months of March and September. Of course, keep in mind that in summer, although the weather on the coast is magnificent, in the interior and in the south the heat can be unbearable. If you are going to take a trip around the country, I suggest you do it in spring or fall. The rainy season runs from December to February, it is better to avoid it.



The national currency is the Tunisian dinar (TND) which is divided into 1000 millimes and is equivalent to approximately € 0.50.


Travel to Tunisia with Only One

Whether it is a relaxed stay by the sea or a tourism full of activities, there will always be reasons to visit the Mediterranean Sea, the golden ones in the Sahara desert, the greens of the oases and the coppery ones of the Atlas Mountains of this country.

So if you want to know such a beautiful country, click here.