Tunis to Palermo Ferry

Tunis to Palermo Ferry

About Tunis
Tunis is the capital of the Tunisian Republic and it is the Tunisia's largest city, with a population of around 2.3 million people.
Situated on the 'Gulf of Tunis', behind the Lake of Tunis and the port La Goulette - 'Halq al Wadi', the city extends along the coastal plain and the hills that surround it. At the centre of more modern development (from the colonial era and later) lies the old medina.

How To Get To Tunis Ferry Port
Tunis Ferry Port is located at La Goulette, 8 miles north of the capital and can be reached by following the P1 main road and then following all signs to the port.
You can reach Tunis port also by train. La Goulette - this is the name of the port, is the second stop after Tunis for the local train that goes along the coast up to La Marsa. The train service is owned by the National Train Company. Tunis can be also reach from various towns such as  Bizerte, Hammamet-Sousse, Dougga and Tabarka. isit the SNCFT website for more information about the trains in Tunis.

Tunis Ferry Port Address
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Tunis to Palermo Ferry Tickets in 2018

2 options are available:
The cheapest fare is the crossing from Tunis to Palermo by Grande Navi Veloci

Grande Navi Veloci
Grandi Navi Veloci transports passengers and cars across the Mediterranean Sea. The company do ferry travels between Italy, Tunisia, Spain, Morocco and the islands of Sardinia and Sicily. The Grandi Navi Veloci fleet is made up totally of "Cruise Ferries", or rather ships which combine the capacity to transport passengers and vehicles, with the onboard facilities of a normal cruise ships.

Crossing time: 10 hours
Frequency: 1 crossing per week - Saturdays

Departure time in 2018:
- every Saturday at 23:00
Vessel name:  Fantastic, Florencia or Splendid

Ticket prices in 2018: (the cost depends on the month)
Pullman seat: 51 to 91 €
Internal cabin: 120 € to 330 €
Car: +21 € if you book pullman seats

Grimaldi Lines
Grimaldi Lines is a Mediterranean car ferry company, owned by The Grimaldi Group. The Grimaldi Group (Naples), founded in 1945, currently owns and operates with the one of the largest fleets of multipurpose and car carrier vessels in the world.

Crossing time:12 hours and 30 minutes
Frequency: 3 crossings per week

Boarding without vehicles: 1 hour prior departure
Boarding with vehicles: 2 hours prior departure

* Please have in mind that although we check and update the ferry ticket prices very often, sometimes they can vary.

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