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Business visa to Tunisa

edited October 2013 in - Egypt

Hi, I am an Egyptian and live in Germany and i need to visit our company location in Tunisa, do i have to obtain visa on the passport before travel or i can obtain it in the airport.

Please note that i ahve a German residence card and invitation letter from the company


  • Helgar76, you do need a visa for Tunisia 

     Tunisian Visa:​
    - Please note that citizens of the following countries DO NOT NEED
    visa to enter Tunisia and may stay up to 90 days ( be advised that 
    visitors intending to stay in Tunisia longer than 90 days, should 
    request a permission to extend the duration of their stay at the 
    nearest police precinct to their place of residence in Tunisia). 
    List: Algeria, Andorra, Antigua, Argentina, Austria, Bahrain, Barbados, 
    Belgium, Bermuda, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, 
    Canada, Chili, Croatia, Commonwealth of Dominica, Denmark, Fiji, 
    Finland, France, Gambia, Greece, Guinea, Germany, Honduras, Hong 
    Kong, Hungary, Ivory Coast, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Japan, The Republic 
    of Kiribati, Libya, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, the Maldives, 
    Mali, Morocco, Mauritius, Mauritania, Monaco, Montenegro, Niger, 
    Norway, the Netherlands, Netherlands Antilles, Poland, Portugal, 
    Qatar, Romania, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucie, Salmon Island, 
    Senegal, Serbia, The Republic of Seychelles, Slovenia, Sweden, The 
    Sultanate of Oman, Switzerland, South Korea, Spain, Turkey, United 
    Arab Emirates, United States of America, United Kingdom. 

    - Citizens from countries NOT listed above DO NEED a visa
  • edited October 2013
    Tunisian Embassy in Berlin, Germany
    Lindenallee 16
    • City: Berlin

      Phone: +49-30 36-41-07-0

      Fax: +49-30 308-20-683

      There also Tunisan Embassies in Bonn and Hamburg

  • so did u like tunisia ?
  • edited November 2013

    Tunisia has some very interesting places to visit but its resorts are very commercialized and the capital Tunis is drab and has nothing special to offer compared to other countries.

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