• Monastir coast

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    Monastir

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Passport/Visa

Passport/Visa

For stays of up to 90 days, a visa is not required for citizens of 97 world countries, including all citizens of the European Union (except Cyprus), Untied States, Canada, Australia, Russia, and an extensive number of further states. Citizens of Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Macao, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan may only enter visa-free when travelling as part of an organized tour, upon producing a hotel voucher. For updated information at your planned time of travel, please contact an embassy or consulate closest to you.
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Public Transport

Public Transport

There are regular train services to Tunis and Sousse to the north and Mahdia to the south. The railway station is located in the city center, very close to the Ribat. If you want to go to the capital, you can take a train from the station of Monastir to Tunis, which will leave you at the Barcelone station. If you want more information about it, check out the website (www.sncft.com.tn). There are also regular bus services to Sousse. The bus station is located near the Medina.
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Taxi

Taxi

Yellow taxis are the best way to explore Monastir although all the main points of interest can be done by foot. You will find them anywhere and it is an efficient and fast way of transport. If you need to make a booking for your way back to the airport, it is better to ask your hotel. The “taxis collectifs” with a blue tag are the best option to explore the region, e.g. a day trip to Sousse. There is no specific schedule; you must go to the Gare Routière to find one. They leave only once they’re full.
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