✅ Verified Review
| I've been using this Airport over the last decade and what is happening in the country did not help a lot with the growth of the overall experience of this Terminal. I can admit that, compared to the other airports I visited, Tunis Carthage kept a "Vintage" look in its facilities, the Departure hall is well decorated with a breathtaking ceiling decoration and paneling, the local handicraft shops and the roaming merchants in the airports give a local taste and overview of the country lifestyle. The Departures hall offers a multitude of facilities including pharmacies, coffeeshops, Foreign exchange, Post, Tourism information desk, Banks, where passengers should do all their shopping before accessing to the Duty-free area. Once Stamped your exit, a central coffee shop is conveniently positioned in the center of the hexagon shaped hall distributing all departure gates offers coffee or snacks before departure, but note that beyond the police border and all over the duty-free zone, payments cannot be done in local currency, and card payments are not always available due to the immaturity of card payments in Tunisia. Duty free zone offers plenty of last minute gift possibilities, ranging from local handicrafts, souvenirs, sweets and clothing, to branded perfume, chocolates and spirits. Cleanliness remains one of the major defects in this Airport, make sure you have a pack of tissue or sanitizing wipes when you use the restrooms. I wish a pleasant stay in Tunisia for all visitors that would like to discover more about the magic of North Africa.