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One of the great things about the weather in Tunisia is that although it is an African country its weather takes from both the Mediterranean climate and the African. This makes any time in the year the best time to visit Tunisia, with the weather tending to be hotter throughout the year but a little colder at night, with temperatures in July averaging at about 30 degrees celsius, often raising to 35 degrees.
The official currency of Tunisia is the Tunisian Dinar and its ISO is TND, the exchange rate for it is as follows:
|1 US Dollar||2.75 Tunisian Dinar TND|
|1 Canadian Dollar||2.07 Tunisian Dinar TND|
|1 Euro||3.24 Tunisian Dinar TND|
|1 Sterling Pound||3.61 Tunisian Dinar TND|
The vaccinations or health precautions you would take before visiting Tunisia are the same as the ones that you would take before visiting any country. SO basically the recommended round of routine vaccinations and adhering to the precautions announced by the WHO in relation to the COrona Virus. It is advisable that you check with your physician about what vaccinations need to be taken exactly.
For all visitors of Tunisia, a valid passport is required for 6 months & two blank pages. As for US passport holders, the visa is not needed for a 90 days stay. For periods exceeding the 90 days. As for other nationalities, it will differ from country to country, therefore it’s advised that you check with the Tunisian consulate or embassy in your country.
The majority of Tunisian either speak Arabic as that’s the countries official language or French with only a Few who speak English. Therefore it’s advised that you learn some basic phrases in French such as greetings, numbers …….etc or carry a translation book with you. This, however, does not mean that you won’t find anyone to talk to as most Tunisian understand English, it just mains it will take more time for you to be understood
The answer is no while you’re navigating the city and its streets and no religious sites you will not need to cover your head. Except for When you’re entering a religious building.
Generally, the answer would be no, or at least not in many places which might be making finding one somewhat difficult. This means that the best option while your out and about exploring the city.
The plugs in Tunisia are the same as the European standard plugs & 230 Volts. Avoid plugging electrical devices that run on a lower current.
Both wine and beer are available in Tunisia, in fact, the country is a wine-producing country with wine being served in restaurants & and Beer also available.
I General and wherever your gonna travel tipping is always complimentary and non-obligatory and is an expression of being pleased by the service.