Tunis - Post Report Question and Answers

What is your home city/country? How long is the trip to post from there, with what connections? How easy/difficult is it to travel to this city/country?

Flights to the US go through Paris or Amsterdam. - Jan 2024

London. 2hr 50 direct flight or about 5 with a change. Very easy and not expensive (there is also an overland/ferry option which takes a couple of days). - Jun 2022

Washington, DC via Paris or Frankfurt. Usually takes around 22+ hours with connections. - May 2022

USA. Connections through Paris and Frankfurt. - Nov 2020

Northern Michigan. About 20 hours. Michigan to Chicago to Frankfurt to Tunis. - May 2020

Washington, DC. Usually 17-20 hours total with a layover in Paris or Frankfurt. - Nov 2017

The Caribbean, 20 hours via NY and Frankfurt. - Nov 2015

I took AirFrance back to the midwest. It's about 16 hours including the layover in Paris. FYI - if you ever take TunisAir to leave Tunisia whether to get home or to visit Europe, you MUST know there's a 90% chance your flight will be delayed. - Nov 2014

D.C. Usually connecting through Paris or Frankfurt, about 12 hours total. - Jul 2013

About 12 hours to the East Coast with a layover in Paris. - Jun 2013

Washington, DC. About 12 hours with a layover in Europe. - Feb 2012

USA - depends on connections, but generally a couple of hours flight to Europe and then home from there. - Oct 2011

Washington, DC - All flights went through Europe, most commonly Rome or Paris. It was a one-hour flight to Rome and two to Paris, then 7-8 from each of those back to DC. - Jul 2010

DC to Paris to Tunis. - May 2010

Washington, DC.Trip is approximately fourteen hours long with one connection in Rome, Paris or Germany. - Jan 2010

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