Staff, 2023-01-05 09:32:53,
With its year-round warm weather, ample selection of monumental sights, paradisaical beaches, and rich culture, it should come as no surprise Tunisia’s popularity is rising dramatically in the post-pandemic scene. In fact, recent data show it is officially one of the most sought-after Mediterranean destinations for 2023.
Often overlooked in a region where Italy, Spain, France and the like are the most obvious picks, Tunisia has seen an unprecedented surge in flight bookings heading into the New Year. Amid the ongoing financial turmoil, which has greatly limited purchasing power, it’s clear travelers are looking for an alternative to the overpriced Southern Europe.
Lucky for them, Tunisia is not only cheaper to visit, but just as fascinating, and as steeped in History as other famous sunny spots in the basin:
Tunisia Is Experiencing Record Growth And We Can Easily See Why
Despite being almost exclusively associated with the European continent, the Mediterranean Sea meets the borders of several other Western Asian and North African countries, including Israel, Turkyie (Turkey), and even Syria. Located only 61 natucal miles south of the Italian island of Lampedusa, Tunisia is also part of that world.
As revealed by easyJet, a UK-based airline offering low-cost flights to Europe and beyond, demand for travel to Tunisia has risen the most out of any country on their map since 2019. While official…
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