St Georges Tunis

16 Rue de Colognes, Tunis, 1000, Tunisia
St Georges Tunis
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Best deal to rent a car

by yasonka00

Hello I am traveling in June to Tunis and I was wondering where and how i can get cheapest or the best deal to rent a car for 2 weeks or so... Can you personally recommend someone?

Re: Best deal to rent a car

by mary444

there are several car hire places inside tunis airport. international firms like avis will charge am awful lot more than local firms, but you will probably get a better car. some of the cars from local firms can be a bit battered. it all depends what you want to pay.

you will find hiring a car in tunis slightly cheaper than hiring in a resort like sousse etc

however, they may be busy, so it might be best to pre-book

you could try budget rental at or star rental at or amel car on

I must stress I am not recommending these companies, I just happen to have their cards. The only company i have used there is camel cars, and they were awful, kept messing me about, changing prices, had a dodgy car with lots of faults!

Re: Best deal to rent a car

by youngted
I have used this firm many times delivered to you hotel if you ask. We had a Renault clio classic.The cars are quite new. But be very careful when driving.
Should you have an accident where another is injured they will always take the locals side.Also you could find yourself in prison while they sort out the case. This happens! A year ago I hired one for 4 days cost 240 denars.Ask for a full tank on delivery makes life easy when they pick up you leave a full tank.The insurance mat not cover the glass or tyres check this. You will need a credit card for the deal.

Re: Best deal to rent a car

by youngted

Funny I used Camel Car as I have said. I had no problems

Travel Tips for Tunis

Monument to Habib Bourguiba

by croisbeauty

Habib Bourguiba (1903-2000) was the leader of the independence struggle of Tunisia and country's first president 1957-1987.
As a president he was almost like a North African Ataturk. During his time the politics of Tunisia was a long time one of moderate, European-like solutions.
Under the present presidentship of Tunisia, the monumet was removed from its original position and today it is positioned in between Municipal Theatre and the Cathedral of St. Vincent de Paul.

Packing List

by jeadon

Left bags in Spain. On a sunny day, dress to protect yourself from the sun and wear good walking shoes, not sandals. Avoid loose jewelry. You'll be in crowds in the Casbah. Cameras are great to capture scenes in the tiny streets of the marketplace. A postcard waiting to happen. Don't. None.

Sidi Abdessalem Fountain

by Childish

known as Bab Sidi Abdessalem or Sabil Sidi Abdessalem; sabil means public fountain. It was built during the Hamouda Pasha era, in 1804, probably at the initiative of Youssef Sahib at-TabaĆ¢ and was used by locals for water supply.
It was mentioned in a poem by Sheikh Ibrahim Riahi.
Location: near the gate of Sidi Abdessalem

Have a walk trought the Medina

by schlumpf

Definitely a must see activity, a walk trough the Medina is something really nice and easy going. Here you will know and get in touch with the real tunisian culture, altought in the main turistic part, the effect of the tourism is not so good for the local population!!!

Anyway, have a look @ the mosque, walking trought the small streets fullfilled of shops and houses of tea is something really nice...Then, what abt stop for a bit and drink a tea?!

Wow...enjoy your time!! Time is slower here!!!!

Art Nouveau architecture

by brazwhazz

The Art Nouveau architecture of the "Ville nouvelle" part of town is a beautiful, but slowly deteriorating, reminder of the former glory of the French colony empire. Elaborate, mainly white and blue, buildings with curvaceous balconies and ornate stuccowork line the grid-pattern streets of the Ville Nouvelle.

The best streets to walk on are Rue de Marseille/Ibn Khaldoun (depending on which side of Habib Bourguiba you are on), Rue de Paris and Rue Charles de Gaulle. Must-see buildings include:
- Hotel Majestic (Avenue de Paris 36)
- National Theatre (Avenue Habib Bourguiba, between Rue de Hollande and Rue de Grece)
- Post office (Avenue Charles de Gaulle, between Rue d'Espagne and Rue d'Angleterre)


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