Tours to Tunisia from Samara are a worthy alternative to summer beach rest in Turkey or Cyprus at both cost and quality. And the famous Tunisian talassotherapy is an extra plus for tourists, especially, of course, for beautiful women...
The brief information we have prepared on Tunisia will help you rest in this wonderful African country safely and with comfort.
General information on Tunisia
The State of Tunisia is situated on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in North Africa, bordering Libya and Algeria. The population is slightly over 10 million. The capital is a town with the same name of Tunisia, where approximately 1,200,000 people live. The biggest resorts are Hammamet, Suss, Monastir. Tunisia is one of Africa ' s most developed countries, a long-term former French colony.
Adult tourists are allowed to import up to 2 litres of weak alcoholic beverages (up to 25 degrees) or up to 1 litre, 2 cigarette blocks. The import and export of Tunisia ' s national currency is prohibited.
The local time in Tunisia is 3 hours away from Samirsky. Air traffic to Tunisia from Samara about 4, 5 hours.
The official Tunisian monetary unit is a dinar, consisting of 1,000 millions. In the course of the bills, the dignity of 50, 30, 20, 10 and 5 dinars, as well as coins of 5, 1 and 1⁄2 dinars, 100, 50, 20, 10, 5 millimetres. The exchange rate is fairly stable and is about 1, 5 dinars per United States dollar.
Money can be changed at hotels or banks, there is no difference in courses, and it is established daily by the Centre of Tunisia. Keep the receipts for the exchange, which will allow you to exchange unused dinars at the airport before leaving.
Arabic and French, the official languages of Tunisia, can be explained in English in most cases. In the Russian language, tourist infrastructure personnel have not yet made any special progress, although they are trying to get up.
Tunisia is a secular State, with the majority of the population professing Islam.
Magazine, shopping, souvenirs
In the tourist areas, the shops work from 9:00 to late evening, from 12:00 to 14:00 - break. Sunday is usually a day off. Usually, all markets work on Sunday, although this information is more specific to the hyde.