Hill Diar Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

BP 98, Bd 7 Novembre Rte, Sousse, 4050, Tunisia
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by earthflyer

If it is one or two of you while not take a Louage a share minibus but very cheap.

Louage are based next to the bus station in Monister.

Louage from Monister to Sousse is about 1.3TD

from Sousse get anoter Louage to Hammenet for about 5TD

Sousse is bit of a transport hub from here you can get Louage to most places.


by souksavvy

Hi,done the trip from Monastir to Sousse,several times and never paid more than 20 T.N.D. Make sure to agree the fare before you get in the taxi.

Travel Tips for Sousse

getting round

by jimmymike

the beach is 7 miles long but all the hotels have nice pools so you have plenty of choice. The area around Sousse has two wonderfull holiday places you can travel to with a very good and cheap rail network. The lack of hassle from shop or taxi people. They will ask but if you smile and say no that is it.


by Minerva

You will find mosaic and “mosaic inspirited” craft a lot of places. The most famous museum is Bardo museum, but also in Sousse can you find mosaic in the museum.
If you pay one dinar at the entrance you can take photos inside. I choose to show one with Minerva.


by ianerin

Tunisia's first language is Arabic of course, but a history of colonialism and an infusion of tourism has led to people, especially in tourist focused areas like Sousse, to learn different languages. If you find yourself striking out with English, try French, which is the second most spoken language there. German also works in most hotels, as there are a lot of German tourists who frequent Tunisia these days.

Getting around buy train and bus

by Darkswede

Feel like doing a trip around Tunisia on your own? Well why not take the train to Julius Cesars Amfi theater in El Jem, or take the train or louage to the capital Tunis and visit its huge Medina, or the worlds biggest mosaic collection at the Bardo Museum or Concore Carthage like the romans did.

You can do alot on your own ... the transportation network in Tunisia works!!!


Go to the state owned railway´s website and find out where u can go by train and what the time table is for didderen lines.

Sorry to say but the websites English section has been under construction for the last couple of years ;0) So use the French one. Its easy to understand even if you like me dont speak much more than bon jour.


then click on Horaires for the different time tables for different lines, grandes lignes = major or big lines going through the country, and regional lignes for thoses around the Tunis capitol area.

I recomend to take a first class or even better a Comfort class ticket because in these classes the aircondition works better and they are less crowded and the price difference is minimal.

Bus... = not fun anymore after the first 1-2 hours, I did it to Douz (the entrance to Sahara) once and dont think I will do it again all the way from Sousse, 8 hours or so. But OK... you Can take the train (comfort class) to Gafsa and then the bus from there ...

Anyway bus is a functional way of traveling in Tunisia even though the train is more comfortable it does not go to all places of interest.

Before going on a bus trip or a louage trip on your own, contact the office du Tourism in your vacation town and get the latest info on times and prices and hepl with hotel recomendations in your coming destinations. The tourist offices are VERY good and helpful and English is no problemas there. Make sure that u get the phone number and adress to the different tourist offices where u are going as well.

So pack your night bags and get out there and experiance Tunisia the Tunisian way.

Golfing Resort

by sandysmith

As in many resorts along Tunisia, golf courses are popular and especially so in Port el Kantaoui. In fact the town's symbol is a golf ball - each town has its own unique monumnet. Not a very good pic here of it I'm afraid - a quick shot from the coach as we returned home to the airport on our last evening...and my last picture from this holiday!


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