I need to be in Yasmine Hammamet early in the morning. Around 09:30, so taking the train is not a possibility.

I've read that there are buses going from Tunis to Hammamet, but I couldn't find any other info about this. Where to they depart from? Where do they stop? How long does the trip cost?

I've thought getting a Bolt or taxi, given that it seems to be under 20 euros, but I can't figure if that's realistic or drivers will refuse to make such a long trip. Is this possible?

  • Is going to Hammamet the previous day and staying overnight an option? Jun 5, 2022 at 16:32
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    But Tunis to Hammamet is under an hour by taxi (66km), I doubt you'll have any trouble finding a driver, particularly if you can book with someone the previous day. Jun 5, 2022 at 16:33

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It's normal for taxi or bolt drivers to refuse intercity travel. The best bet is to take an 8 people van/taxi also called (louage) from:

  • Bab Saadoun terminal (destination: Bizerte, le Kef, Tabarka, Béja)
  • Bab Alioua terminal (destination: Hammamet, Nabeul, Kelibia, Zaghouan)
  • Moncef Bey terminal (destination: Sousse, Monastir, El Jem, Mahdia, Sfax, Gabès, Sidi Bouzid).

The price is usually 7 Tunisian dinars for 1h of travel.

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